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Family-friendly & Spooky Halloween Events

Kid's Friendly Halloween Events

  • Great Pumpkin Fest – Worlds of Fun until October 28th

Don’t miss your chance to enjoy Worlds of Fun’s ultimate fall festival during its last weekend! From 12:00-5:00 experience family-friendly Halloween-themed events throughout Planet Snoopy!

  • Kid’s Safe Halloween—Shoal Creek Living History Museum October 27th

Trick-or-treat like never before through Shoal Creek’s historic village. The event is scheduled from 12:00 to 3:00—make sure to wear a costume and bring your treat bag!

  • Spooky Fun in Neverland—Macken Park October 27th

Kids will love this spooky Peter Pan themed Halloween celebration! From 11:00 to 3:00, enjoy adventure, bounce houses, pumpkin painting, a hayride, and more!

  • Smithville’s Haunted Campground—Smith’s Fork Park October 27th

From 4:00-6:30, enjoy this kid-friendly Halloween event at Smith’s Fork Campground! Featuring trunk or treating, a costume contest, scare-crow building (straw provided, bring your own clothes to stuff), and more!

  • Bill Payne Halloween—Downtown Excelsior Springs October 31st

From 4:00-6:00, enjoy trick-or-treating through Excelsior Springs’ historic downtown! After, promptly at 6:00, the Bill Payne Costume Contest will begin.

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Scary Halloween Events

  • Halloween Haunt—Worlds of Fun until October 27th

Tonight and tomorrow night are your last two chances to experience the thrills of Halloween Haunt! This event is not recommended for children under 14, Halloween Haunt becomes frightening after 6:30. Halloween Haunt is from 6:00-12:00 pm and 11:00 am-1:00 am tomorrow.

  • Smithville’s Haunted Campground—Smith’s Fork Park October 27th

Smithville’s Haunted Campground event gets scary from 6:30-8:30!

  • “Haunting” Historical Figures of Clay County—Clay County Museum October 27th

From 6:00-8:00 pm enjoy cider, donuts, and guided tours with ghostly former residents of Clay County! The event is hosted by the Clay County Museum and costs $5 per person!

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