Lake County, Florida, is jam-packed with kid-friendly activities for parents to take their little ones to for some spooky, mischievous holiday celebrations. A number of events also provide on-location trick or treating, so that your children can wander freely in an area more secure and festive than the typical neighborhood. Other Lake County Halloween events provide a more unique family experience.
Because Halloween happens on a Saturday this year, many events will take place the weekend before. Fall Fun Nights at Uncle Donald’s Farm have been open to the public every Friday and Saturday this month from 7:30 to 9:30pm, and their last weekend open will be the 23rd and the 24th. Several other events occur on October 24th. This includes the Trick or Treat Village in Groveland, which spans 5pm to 8pm, and Epiphany’s 5th Annual Trunk or Treat from 5-7pm.
The City of Tavares will be hosting a Family Fall Festival the night before, on October 30th, from 6pm to 9pm. This festival will also include trick-or-treating, but will also have food, drinks, various activities, and even a showing of Hotel Transylvania.
Other Lake County Halloween attractions include the hour-long Great Pumpkin Limited train ride, which drops families off to select a pumpkin and receive candy and refreshments. The train’s last runs take place on October 24th as well. There is also the Monster Museum in Mount Dora, which features a horror film walk-through exhibit. The exhibit has a variety of dates and times available on their website.
After the kids have had their treats, treat yourself to a test drive. Schedule yours today!