Wolverley Camping and Caravanning Club Site
Date: Friday 28th October
Cost: Family Free
Opening Hours: 6.30-10pm
Providing spooky fun with a range of games which include fancy dress and fun in the on-site rec room that will be a night to remember. With this being a campsite it gives you the perfect opportunity to park up for the weekend and enjoy some Halloween activities.
Date: 26-31 Oct
Cost: Adult £11.50 Child £5.75
Opening Hours: 10.30am-8.30-pm
Take your family to visit one of Britain’s most haunted castles this Halloween with guaranteed fun for all ages. For children there’s craft for the them in the ghostly grotto, fearsome fire juggling, Muncaster monster cabaret, a twilight owl display, cannon blowout, and of course the the scary maze! You can also pre book to take part in the evening castle tours.
Spooktacular at Cadbury World
Costs: Adults: £16.75 Child £12.30
Opening Hours: Check Cadbury website for latest information.
This allows you to take a more than usual tour around Cadbury World. You can experience eerie entertainment and there are competitions for the best spooky fancy dress. Most importantly for the sweet tooths in your family you will find the Cadbury shop rather delightful at the end of your tour.
Cost: Prices vary depending on which day and week.
Opening Hours 10.30am-8.30pm
Stockeld park really does come alive during the autumn half term. Whether its the illuminated enchanted forest that you journey along, or you decide to travel through the maze or even just enjoy the ice rink. Its a fun packed place to be during Halloween that’s for sure. If you are determined to make your Halloween extra spooky then Friday nights is the night to do it as they have a themed freaky Friday night which is guaranteed to add that extra chill you maybe looking for.
Cost Adult £13.45 Child 5-16 £6.97 Under 4 Free
Opening Hours 10am-5.30pm
Now this is a real family favourite among young witches and wizards across the world never mind just the UK.This is basically a chance for the family to enjoy broomstick training in Harry Potters courtyard. Alnwick Castle was the home of Hogwarts during the filming for the movies. The broomstick training is completely free and once you’ve completed your training you can explore the castle itself. Although this particular event doesn’t offer spooky activities it does give you another option of what you can do for Halloween if some of your family arnt into the scary idea behind Halloween.
Extra fun? Pumpkin time!
To add some extra fun when your at home in your motorhome why don’t you have a go at carving your very own motorhome pumpkin. Now nobody’s expecting you to design your motorhome in the shape of a pumpkin perfectly however if you get enough pumpkins you can give everyone in the family one each and see who designs the best.
We hope you will of found something to take your fancy for Halloween and we like to think that theirs something above for everyone so that you can enjoy your motorhome travels wherever you go this autumn half term.