This weekend is going to be a fun-filled weekend of trick-or-treating, pumpkin bowling, and frightfully delightful decorations at the El Paso Zoo's annual Boo at the Zoo event.

Saturday, October 26, and Sunday October 27, the zoo will transform into the wildest Halloween spot in town with all kinds of slightly spooky family fun that includes a kid-friendly, low-scare haunted house and a creepy, crawly bug room.

For the cost of regular zoo admission, kids can take part in various children's games and activities like pumpkin bowling, and go on a fun trick-or-treating adventure collecting sweet treats from twelve candy stations scattered throughout the zoo.

The first 2,500 kids through the gates each day will even receive a free trick-or-treat bag to put all their goodies in.

In addition to all the Halloween activities going on, the zoo's family attractions such as the splash pad, Tree House Playground, and the Endangered Species Carousel will be available for the little goblins to ride, jump, and play in.

For more details, including times zoo animals get treats of their own and entertainment schedule, visit Boo at the Zoo online.