Fall Festivities During Times of COVID-19
Have kids? Was this year going to be their first time participating in Fall activities? Well those plans of trick-or-treating and pumpkin patches don’t fully have to go out the window! Below are some fall festivities that are still socially distanced.
Hauntoween LA is a drive-thru Halloween experience that includes pumpkin picking, jack-o-lantern tunnels and trick-or-treating, all done while in your vehicle. In addition to attendees staying in their vehicles, all staff and actors are required to wear masks, all pumpkins are pre-sanitized, and every piece of candy is individually wrapped while served via pole and bucket. This is a socially-distanced event you don’t want to miss!
Not-So-Spooky Farm is a drive-thru adventure where guests follow Stingy Jack on his hunt to find Bluebeard the Pirate’s treasure. Upon arriving for your pre-selected time slot, your group will be given a QR code to unlock the narrative and embark on your journey. For those wanting a spookier experience, there is the Fright Farms adventure from 4pm-12am.
In need of a car wash AND some spooky fun? Tunnel of Terror Car Wash gives visitors a good scare with ghouls and ghosts while also sending them home with a freshly cleaned car. If you’re looking for productive family fun, this is for you!
Another drive-thru experience, Nights of The Jack allows visitors to see thousands of hand-carved and illuminated jack-o-lanterns as they drive along the trail. In addition to the path, there is a drive-in food court with seasonal foods and beverages.
For those still yearning for a trick-or-treat experience, the Automobile Driving Museum is offering a trunk-or-treat where all guests and vendors must wear a face covering. Visitors are encouraged to dress up -- including their vehicles, as there will be a costume contest for children and vehicles! This free event is open to all ages from 10am-1pm.