The air is crisp and clear, fall is definitely here. Now is the time to bundle up, grab some hot cider, and head out to pumpkin patches and spooky spots all around St. George, Washington, and Hurricane. Here’s with happening this year, 2017.Halloween Events and Alternatives Around St. George 2017

Staheli Family Farm – Located at 3400 S. Washington Fields Rd. in Washington Utah, the Staheli farm has lots of fun fall and Halloween attractions. Join the paintball gallery, Grandma Carma’s Creamery for some delicious ice cream, the spooky trick-or-treat trail, Candace Cornelia the witch, explore the corn maze and if you dare, venture into the Field of Screams. There’s a pumpkin patch, chuckwagon dinner, campfire, s’mores, petting zoo, and so much more. New just this year is the giant pumpkin drop in the Red Rocks, the pumpkin seed spitting contest, the candy cannon and much more. Get your tickets, be brave enough to check out to witchy weekends or explore the trick-or-treat trail at Staheli Family Farms.

Fiesta Fright Night at the Family Fear Center – Located at the Fiesta Fun Center at 171 E. 1160 S. in St. George, the Fun Center is putting on Fright Night. For $11.95 or $15 for a Fright pass AND one attraction, join us Fridays and Saturdays from 7 pm-Midnight. This is a 2-story haunted house on site filled with all your worse nightmares and fears. It’s recommended for those 10 and older. Want creepy? This will do it.

Thriller performed at the Odyssey Dance Theater in St. George October 6th through October 30th. Most of these performances sell out so you want to get tickets early. This is not for children under eight or the faint of heart. This is truly a thrill for the audience. Great performances such as the Curse of the Mummy, Frankenstein, and the River of Blood Dance, plus a few new surprises. Visit the website to check out when Thriller is coming to your city.

The Creep Farm and Pumpkin Patch at Water Hollow Ranch – Located at 11948 W. 5000 N. in Bluebell, the corn maze is now open through October 28. Stay for the Creep Farm, which opened on October 12 at dark. Or, just get out and enjoy the great fall weather by picking a pumpkin, and writing around on the pumpkin wagon.

Get out there and enjoy some of our beautiful fall weather and remember, if you pass a house for sale that interests you, give me a call! Let’s go see it!

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