1 October 2022
13 Halloween Activities in Davis County
by Discover Davis
The leaves are changing, pumpkins are appearing and the traditions of old Hallow’s Eve are upon us. There are so many fun Halloween activities in Davis County, so we have compiled a list for you to get out and enjoy the season no matter what level of scares and frights you’re looking for this season.
Come check out the dark side of Lagoon with Frightmares! Normal Lagoon fun gets a spooky boost with over nine haunted attractions, Halloween-themed entertainment – including ghoulish characters that walk among us! If you’re worried about young kids, get the No-Scare Glow Stick and enjoy Lagoon’s specific “no scare zones” in kiddieland that the entire family can enjoy!
Where: Lagoon Amusement Park | Map
When: September 9 – October 30
2. Scary Hill
Come celebrate Halloween at Cherry Hill this October. Hundreds of skeletons await your visit on our spectacular boneyard tractor ride. Plus every hole of the Miniature Golf gets haunted in spooky Halloween fashion. If that’s not enough, visit the Jungle Maze attractions and experience all the family fun decked out in festive themes. Don’t forget to stop by the Pie Pantry for some spooky treats to spice up your fall festivities!
- Scary Hill Miniature Golf
- Bone Yard Tractor Rides
- Spooky Maze
- Rock Wall
- Jr. Jungle Boats
- Battlestar Blasters
- Hamster Haven
- Bug Bounce House
Where: Cherry Hill
When: September 30 – October 29
3. Syracuse City Pumpkin Walk
Truly an art exhibit but jack-o-lantern style, you won’t want to miss this huge jack-o-lantern show in Syracuse. A ton of work goes into this event and you can enjoy the warm orange glow of hundreds of pumpkins in the moonlight! If this doesn’t get you in the mood for Halloween, we don’t know what will. This event is great for the whole family, stay and sit by the fire and grab some sustenance from the food trucks that are there for the night!
Where: Founder’s Park | Map
When: October 27 – 29 | 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm
4. Haunted Kays Cross
Haunted Kays Cross, as seen on Ghost Adventures, is a complete outdoor area with over 3/4 mile of sloping real forest trail surrounding the real legend of Kay’s Cross! So bring your friends and family to this one-of-a-kind Haunted Forest. This year features the Full Haunt on October 28 at 7:00 pm. To be featured in Ghost Adventures, you’ve gotta have a reputation. Whether or not you believe, this experience is sure to give you big scares. Want to learn more about its origins? Delve into its backstory here.
Where: Kay’s Cross in Kaysville
When: October 1 – October 29
Time: Friday & Saturday | 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm
5. Nightmare Acres at Black Island Farms
Black Island’s 16-acre corn maze gets haunted on the weekends, and now features zombie apocalypse laser tag! They also have other fun fall festivities in addition to their corn maze!
When: September 16 – October 30
Time: Thursday | 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Friday & Saturday | 7:00 pm – Midnight
6. Haunted Fielding Garr Ranch
People often say they felt like they were being watched or sometimes even scratched by something unseen. Doors opening on their own, brief visions of apparitions…the usual haunting stuff. Come see for yourself if you also feel a source of dark energy. And, if you’re brave, spend the night on the island. Antelope Island State Park is an international dark sky park after all and those dark skies will hopefully give you some good scares. Read more about the paranormal energy at Antelope Island’s 173-year-old ranch house here.
7. Try a Spooky Escape Room at Great Room Escape
If you’re looking for some scare but you don’t want to cry, try their Ghost Hotel escape room for a lighter escape mission. If you do want to scare yourself to tears, try The Cabin instead – see below. For most of their escape rooms, you can have a team of 8 max, and a minimum of 4.
The Cabin Escape Room
It’s scary. Like, really scary. It’s also the most difficult escape room at this location!
8. RAID Zombie Laser Tag at The Colosseum
What happens when you put some zombies in laser tag? You get a wildly fun, adrenaline-fueled mission that is just a good time. And we’re not talking about simulated zombies on a wall, we mean…well, you’ll see. We don’t want to spoil all the fun. Maybe leave the younger kids at home, but take your older kids (their video game skills might actually come in handy here) or your group of friends and enjoy this unique experience. Be prepared for some fright, some thrills, and even some exercise that you’ll be talking about for months.
9. Do Some Halloween Art with the Family
Family Art Night at the BDAC: Skeleton Sprites
Come join this fun, free family art night to create some fun Halloween skeletons. There will be materials provided to create your own skeleton fairy, whether it’s spooky or cute. This project is suited to artists of all ages.
Where: Bountiful Davis Art Center | Map
When: October 24 | 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
10. Villains in the Village at Station Park
Dress up in your costume and join us for Villains in the Village and enjoy games, villainous characters, crafts and more!
When: October 20 | 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Where: Fountain Square Station Park
Villains Breakfast at Twig’s Bistro
Enjoy a delicious breakfast with fun activities that include face painting, balloon making, photo booth with props, crafts, and of course…villains!
When: October 8 & 9 | 8:00 am – 11:00 am
Where: Twig’s Bistro
11. Active Pages at the DAC
The Legend of Sleepy Hollow
Walk with us through the park as you hear the story of Ichabod Crane and the headless horseman unfold. Children 12 and under will receive a free book. Tickets are required but free.
Where: Layton Commons Park | Map
When: October 8 | 2:00 pm & 6:00 pm
12. Spooky Stories
Join us at either the Syracuse Museum, The Whitaker Museum, or Layton History Museum for weird stuff, spooky tales, and more. These events are family-friendly and free!
Spooky Late Night at the Syracuse Museum
Join us for spooky tales and treats!
Where: Syracuse Museum | Map
When: October 28 | 5:00 pm
“Haunting at the Whitaker” at The Whitaker Museum
Enjoy spooky stories at this month’s event at the Whitaker Museum. Enjoy a bonfire (weather permitting) and treats! Cemetery Tours are also available by reservation.
When: October 29 | 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Where: The Whitaker Museum
13. City Halloween Events
Centerville City: Pumpkin Festival
Come celebrate the annual Centerville Pumpkin Festival! Enjoy or participate in the pumpkin carving contest or carve your own at the festival. There will be plenty of crafts, pumpkin bowling and pumpkin doughnuts to go around!
Where: Whitaker Museum and Centerville Community Center | Map
When: October 24 | 5:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Layton City: Halloween Bash
Layton City Family Recreation presents the annual Halloween Bash. Sure to be haunting family fun for all! Night events include carnival-style games, pumpkin walk, costume parade, music, and refreshments.
Where: Central Davis Jr. High – Gymnasium | Map
When: October 28 | 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Bountiful City: BCYC Pumpkin Patch
Where: North Canyon Park | Map
When: October 22 | 9:30 am – 11:00 am
Clearfield City: Pumpkin Float
Where: Steed Park | Map
When: October 17 | 6:00 pm
Clinton: Halloween Walk
Where: Civic Center Park | Map
When: October 24 | 6:00 pm
North Salt Lake
When: October 29 | 10:00 am
Sunset: Halloween Party
Where: City Building | Map
When: October 21 | 4:00 pm
West Point: Halloween Carnival
Where: West Point Jr. High | Map
When: October 22 | 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Woods Cross: Pumpkins in the Park
When: October 8 | 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Syracuse City: Halloween Bingo Night & Dinner
Where: Central Davis Jr. High – Gymnasium
When: October 28 | 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Syracuse City: Trunk-or-Treat
Where: Warehouse 22
When: October 26 | 5:00 pm – 8:30 pm
We hope you enjoy this list of Halloween fun in Davis County! If we have missed anything, let us know in the comments! Happy haunting!