There were plenty of kid friendly events like trick or treating -
Thoughout the park there were also a number of skeleton vignettes and skeletons worked into the typical attractions like the wetsuit the divers wore, and the skull and crossbones sitting in the aquarium tanks.
There was also an interesting section of the park filled with a variety of acts from witch doctors, to snake charmers.
We stopped by the Count's Un-Haunted Castle -
The boys were particularly intersted in the talking television. The pumpkin head asked their name and talked to them for several minutes.
We manged to get the boys to "pose" by the Count at each phase by telling them that we had to measure them to see if they were tall enough to go on. They were eager to see if they passed the height requirement. Luckily they were tall enough for every part though they weren't so lucky on the bigger roller coasters, and the biggest disappointment the river ride Rio Loco.
Some of the scarier attractions offered a family friendly hour - like Jack's Frighmare Forest.
It was definately not for the faint of heart. Or the clausterphobic as the first building you had to squeeze your way through two air pillows to pop out the other side. You then wandered from one black building to the next past all manner of creatures along the way.
Connor wasn't the least bit scared by creepy critters. He even reached out and touched several of them.
Ryan on the other hand was NOT a fan of any of the darker places.
While I would have loved to have come back at night to see the grove of glow in the dark pumpkins I am not sure I would have enjoyed seeing what else lurked in Jack's forest in the middle of the night.
Because the darker it got the more the creepy creatures ventured out.
Though some were scarier than others.
The boys particularly enjoyed the signing skeletons and their rendition of a song similiar to the 12 Days of Christmas.
The skeleton vignettes were well lit at night really making them stand out.
The other thing that really stood out was the Monster Stomp show. We sat towards the back at the edge in the event that we needed to sneak out as I wasn't sure how appropriate it would be for 3 year olds.
Luckily the boys didn't pay terribly much attention to the plot and simply enjoyed the music, dancing, and brightly colored costumes.
I asked the boys several times if they wanted to leave, and they adamantly insisted on staying.
The drum part was one of their favorites.
Though without a doubt my favorite was the glow in the dark skeletons.
After the Monster Stop show we caught a small part of the Grave Diggers Funeral Procession before heading back to the hotel to put the boys to bed after a long day spent enjoying all the Halloween activities the park had to offer.