Whether you’re looking to carve pumpkins with your family or get your socks scared off, Fargo-Moorhead has a little bit of hocus pocus for everyone to enjoy the timeless tradition of Halloween.Take a peek (if you dare) at some of our spooky, and non-spooky, ideas for making the most out of your Halloween this year.• Fridays from 3 – 6 p.m., Saturdays and Sundays from 10 a.m. • $5 gate fee, ages 1 and under free, additional costs required for various attractions.| Facebook Enjoy over 25 free attractions such as corn mazes, mini golf, spook walks, a petting zoo, horse drawn carriage rides and so much more at Dakota Carriage Company’s pumpkin patch.• $20 per person • Pick up a 2-for-1 admission pass at CCRI and the Haunted Farm donates the money back.| Facebook At the Haunted Corn Maze, people of all ages can enjoy themselves.At Acres of Terror, you’ll encounter plenty of creepy characters such as Scremit Da Klown, Striker, Ziggy D Wolf and Stu Possado that will scare you right out of your socks on your adventure.The Haunted Farm has specialized in scaring for over 20 years, and has recently combined their annual Walking Dead attraction with the Nightmares on Elm Street attraction (formerly in Kindred, N.
Admission is $5 and skate rental is $1.50, but parents can skate for free.
• $7 gate fee, ages 1 and under free Corn Maze: • Every Friday in October from 7 – 10 p.m. Check out the Red River Zoo’s spooktacular Halloween event that’s complete with plenty of family fun activities. Don’t miss the FMCT’s mainstage regional premiere of the horror classic thriller, “The Shining.” Adapted from the novel by Stephen King by Jason Levering and Aaron Sailers, this production will tell the story of Jack Torrance, who takes a job as the caretaker of a lonely mountain inn and soon discovers its dark past. Skate during two different sessions and enjoy a costume contest with cash prizes.