Ready to have a ghoulishly good weekend in the Lake George Region? The spirit of Halloween is in the air, so whether you want to show off your costume at a party or attend a frighteningly fun event, you’ll find it all right here!
Celebrate the Spookiest Time of Year
Over 3,000 “boos and ghouls” attend the Boo 2 You Halloween celebration in downtown Glens Falls each year. This year’s event will have a Spooky Dance Area, bounce house, costume parade, Fun Zone for the kids, and trick-or-treating on Glen Street and at local businesses.
In celebration of their HalloWine Week, the Adirondack Winery will offer a wide range of specials at their two tasting rooms. Stop by for free samples of their Witch’s Brew Wine Cocktail, spooky treats, specialty tasting packages, and more.
Take a trip up to Ticonderoga for the community’s multi-day HalloweenFest, which will feature events and activities at multiple businesses and organizations in the area. From Halloween-themed parties to trick-or-treating, you’ll find no shortage of things to do this weekend.
One of Lake George’s most popular annual Halloween events is the Lake George Youth Commission Halloween Parade. The parade will begin in front of the Lake George High School and then travel around the block. Afterwards, guests can visit the Lake George High School gym for refreshments and games.
Have a Blast at Halloween Parties
Consider going to the Boathouse Restaurant in Lake George this Friday for their annual Halloween Costume Bash from 6:00pm through midnight. There will be a Halloween menu w/dinner buffet and a costume contest with prizes.
One of the best Halloween parties this weekend will take place at King Neptune’s Pub on Saturday night. Featuring a theme of “The Lost City of Atlantis,” this party welcomes all the Gods and Goddesses to enjoy live music from Aquanett and a costume contest with cash prize giveaways. Admission is free to everyone 21+ with a costume.
Prepare for a fun-filled Halloween Party with live music from the Copy Kats, costume prizes, drink specials, and more at the Lake George Beach Club. You’ll be doing the Monster Mash all night long at this event.
If you’re looking for a family-friendly activity to do on Saturday night, then check out Lake George Lanes & Games’ Halloween Party & Pumpkin Carving Contest. The cost is $30 per lane for 1.5 hours of bowling and laser tag, and the party will include a costume contest, games and giveaways, pumpkin carving, and more.
Experience Spine-Chilling Events
Are you brave enough to enter the scariest Haunted Barn in the region? The theme of The Little Theater on the Farm’s Haunted Barn is Aliens: Area 27, and it will be open on both Friday and Saturday night. Admission is $8 for adults and $5 for kids 4-12.
The final weekend of Fright Fest at The Great Escape in Queensbury has arrived. Plan a visit to the haunted theme park for frightening attractions, scare zones, rides, shows, and much more.