Here’s Where to Have Spooky, Socially Distanced Weekend Fun, Oct. 16-18
Those looking for fun, spooky, and socially-distanced ways to get into the spirit of the season this weekend need look no further.
Ongoing COVID-19 concerns has resulted in many events being cancelled, but not all the fall fun has been sucked out of October. Numerous event organizers have adapted to the world we're living in and are operating under local and CDC guidelines and mandates, including limiting the number of people and requiring face coverings.
So, while there aren't as many attractions and activities this year, if you're ready to mask up and venture out while keeping your distance, here are some seasonal activities this weekend has to offer.
Forbidden Acres Haunted House: Can you find your way through the outdoor maze where evil waits around every turn? [More Info]
Scary Neighborhood Fun
The House on Grant Street: The owner of this Central El Paso home has taken residential projection shows to the next horrifying level. The drive-up show runs on a continuous loop with the spine-chilling audio broadcast over your car radio. [More Info]
Ghost Walks & Ghost Hunts
El Paso Ghost Tours: Experience a full-on lock-down paranormal investigation in the notoriously haunted De Soto Hotel basement. [More Info]
Ghosts915 - Paso Del Norte Paranormal Society: Journey through the historic and haunted streets of Downtown El Paso [More Info]
La Union: U-Pick at the Pumpkin Patch (by reservation only) or purchase pre-picked from the display (no RSVP necessary). Friday 11am-4pm, Saturday 10am-5pm, and Sunday 11am-6pm. Only the pumpkin patch will be open. All other activities, including the maze are closed. [More Info]
Mesilla Valley: The farm’s Country Store & Pumpkin Junction will be open for pumpkin purchases and all the store offers, as will a couple of the annual photo stations. Saturdays and Sundays from 11am to 7pm. All other activities, including the maze are closed. [More Info]