Berry Barn is back with two incredible Halloween events. First, there is the family-friendly Straw Bale Maze, set up in an indoor tent on the farm. This is just $2 per person. Second, Berry Barn has created a spooky Haunted House that features live actors dressed up as ghosts and goblins, strobe lights, and fog. Keep in mind that the haunted house is designed to be scary, so although children are welcome, you’ll want to be sure they can handle it before entering. Tickets for Berry Barn’s 2020 Haunted House are $5 a piece.
THE WALK AT CHAMPETRE COUNTY
Champetre County invites you to the ultimate adult and teen Halloween experience in Saskatoon. The Walk is their annual Halloween event, where participants will venture into the dark woods where the unknown awaits. You can expect plenty of scare actors and special effects. Tickets for The Walk are $49.95 per person, but they also include a warm chili dinner, a campfire with hot chocolate, and a walk through the Lost Corral Maze at night.
PUMPKIN DECORATING AT THE HAUNTED GARDEN
For one week only, Saskatoon’s Enchanted Garden transforms into a Haunted Garden, with a variety of family-friendly Halloween events. One such event is Pumpkin Decorating, taking place on October 25. Pumpkin Decorating will see kids of all ages decorating and bedazzling an artificial pumpkin that they can take home with them and use as a Halloween decoration for years to come.
If you plan on visiting Saskatoon this Halloween, then be sure to book a room at the Home Inn & Suites Saskatoon South. An unbeatable location, quality accommodation, and family-friendly amenities await, not to mention the fact that we’re only a short distance from some of the top Halloween 2020 attractions in the city.