Spooky Season in Lockport

It’s time to buckle up and get ready for the ride! Scary season is back and several towns around the Heritage Corridor has something spooky to get the hairs on the back of your neck standing up.

In Lockport, gather your family and experience two of the most haunted attractions in Dellwood Park. Happening every Friday and Saturday in October, the Hayride of Horror will take you through the heart of Dellwood Park, while spirits of the long mysterious forces will play with your imagination as the creatures inspire fear.

While you await your Hayride of Horror, There will be a 20-foot outdoor movie screen playing eerie movies and a bonfire to keep you warm. Food and drinks will be available for purchase.

If you want something a little scarier, leave the kids at home, grab your friends, and hold on tight! The Curse of the Bayou is their newest attraction where you must escape the maze before it’s too late. A powerful Voodoo Priestess has been called forth from her home in the swamps to give you the ultimate scare.

You can purchase both event for a deal of $25 or each one separately for $15. Buy your tickets here.

For something more friendly for those who don’t want to be scared this season, explore the Not So Scary Hayride, perfect for younger children. On the ride, meet your favorite princesses and superheroes. There will also be fun games, s’mores, music and more. Be sure to come dressed in your best costume! Tickets must be prepurchase.

For more information, visit https://app.gopassage.com/events/not-so-scary-hayride

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