Your Guide to Halloween in Vaughan

From family fun to startling scares, we have it all!

Halloween activities don’t just happen on October 31st! You can find month-long fun for everyone in Vaughan.


Camp spooky

Date(s): Select dates between September 23rd – October 29th, 2023

Camp Spooky returns to Canada’s Wonderland this fall with family-friendly daytime Halloween activities and attractions every weekend. If you’re looking for things to do with the kids this Halloween, look no further! Included with Park Admission, Camp Spooky features trick-or-treating, a kids’ Halloween costume parade, live shows with The PEANUTS gang, meet n’ greets with Halloween characters, all your favourite rides, and much more!

Camp Spooky

BRICK-OR-TREAT: MOnster party

Date(s): October 1st – October 31st, 2023

There’s an awesome LEGO® Brick-or-Treat Monster Party happening this Halloween and you’re on the guest list! It’s non-stop Halloween party fun, with BOO-tastic Halloween decorations, amazing LEGO® activities, and a screening of the EXCLUSIVE LEGO® 4D Halloween movie – Monster Party.

Join in on the pumpkin LEGO build in the Monsters’ Garden, find the LEGO Monster band mates in MINILAND and win special prizes in our magnificent Monster Party games!

halloween at the village

Date(s): October 21st, 22nd, 28th and 29th, 2023

Prepare for eerie excitement at the Village this Halloween. Take part in ghastly activities and hair-raising happenings! Help with grisly experiments during the Slimy Science Show, using gooey concoctions to bring a pumpkin to life! Enjoy trick or treating among our heritage buildings, then spill your guts to the Village’s doctor while learning about messy medicine.

Learn the wicked wonders of witchcraft and wizardry, including the recipe for concocting a powerful witches’ brew. Uncover the mysteries of the future through fortune-telling games, then try to survive a petrifying puppet show. Create “boo-tiful” Halloween crafts, sure to make your hair stand on end. Test your skills at our creepy carnival games, then stop by our Fake Frights station and pick up old-fashioned ghost busting tricks.

Crocodile Costume

kreepy kortright

Date(s): October 21st, 22nd, and 26th – 29th, 2023

Celebrate the Halloween spirit during Kreepy Kortright, with spooky and scary activities at Kortright Centre for Conservation! Discover a haunted house, a frightening forest walk, Halloween activities, a bonfire, and scary stories.

Fun for children 10 and under. Children must be accompanied by an adult.


halloween haunt

Date(s): Select dates between September 22nd – October 29th, 2023

This fall, Halloween Haunt returns to Canada’s Wonderland with a sinister transformation, turning the theme park into a scream park filled with Halloween attractions that offer unforgettable thrills and unspeakable horror.

Immerse yourself in the nightmare of Haunt, with seven mazes, terrifying scare zones, hundreds of monsters, thrilling night rides and amazing live entertainment including the return of the Day of the Dead Fiesta. Guests can explore three new mazes including “Dark Ride” where guests must face the horrors waiting for them in an abandoned carnival attraction.

If you’re looking for things to do – or places to scream – this fall in the Toronto area, don’t miss Canada’s largest Halloween event.

Halloween Haunt


Date(s): Select dates between October 7th – October 31st, 2023

Screemers is a pay one price event, which includes all 7 haunted walk-through mazes featuring over 120 live actors. To enhance your stay, Screemers offers unlimited rides on the Midway of Madness, along with a Food Truck Eatery area to satisfy your hunger pains.

Rain is not an issue. The Screemers Festival area will be housed under a huge 15,000 square foot open tent, featuring our realistic props, and stage shows to keep you entertained along with the fully licensed Vampire Lounge.

halloween tour at the McMichael

Date(s): October 29th – October 30th, 2023

JOIN US … IF YOU DARE for a spooky, arty, family-friendly Halloween tooooour of the McMichael gallery and grounds.

Hear long-whispered tales of ghostly sightings and listen closely for mysterious sounds from the gallery’s dark corners while learning about the hidden stories behind many artworks. Then, head outdoors to hear tell of the life and unresolved death of Tom Thomson and take a tiptoe trek around the Artists’ Cemetery.

When you’re finished, fortify yourself with lunch at CABIN or pack a picnic lunch to enjoy for the grounds. Suitable for all ages. Costumes are welcome!


Vaughan is a great one-day trip, but it’s an even better weekend getaway! With so much family fun and places to explore outdoors, 24 hours simply isn’t enough. Find your perfect stay now.


As you explore all that Vaughan has to offer, don’t forget to tag us at #VisitVaughan and follow us on Instagram at @visitvaughan!

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