Fall Family Fun at Camp Spooky

It's not just all about scares at Canada's Wonderland during the Fall season. From a parade of monstrous proportions to kid-friendly activities, there's a TON of fall family fun at Camp Spooky!

Canada's Wonderland provides plenty of activities for families with young children who might not be ready for the scary parts of Halloween. Enjoy Boo-Riffic Halloween fun at Camp Spooky. Join Charlie Brown, Snoopy and the whole Peanuts gang for children's rides, not-so-scary kid mazes, candy, a costume parade, Charlie Brown’s Trick or Treat live show, or head over to a pumpkin carving station to create a spooky pumpkin!

The world's most popular beagle and his friends welcome kids of all ages to rides, daily character meet-and-greets and live entertainment! Featuring Charlie Brown, Snoopy, Lucy, and Linus, Planet Snoopy allows little riders to fly, whirl, dive and swoop through fun attractions including Peanuts 500, Snoopy's Revolution and Lucy's Tugboat. Or, check out KidZville with brightly coloured buildings and restaurants. Planet Snoopy and KidZville are open weekends in October, including November 1st for Camp Spooky.

 The Peanuts gang and their cast of costumed friends are excited to welcome everyone to Camp Spooky! Stop by on Saturdays and Sundays in October (up to November 1) from 10am 5pm. It's a great place for families with young children to spend a cool Autumn weekend. Camp Spooky is included with park admission.

For more info, visit www.canadaswonderland.com.

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