PANAMA CITY, Fla. (WMBB) – As Halloween approaches here are some fun and spooky events for adults and families in Panama City.
Jackson County “Pumpkins in the Park”
On Saturday, come out to enjoy the pumpkin patch, food trucks, food, music, and fun. The event will occur at Madison Street Park in Jackson County from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. It’s perfect for children and families and take home a pumpkin.
Zoo Boo at Zooworld
On October 28-29, Zoo World is hosting its annual ZooBoo trick-or-treat trail from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Come out for full-sized candy bars, free pumpkins, Live Animal photo ops, and much more. Order tickets online at www.zooworldpcb.com
Camp Helen Pumpkin Patch
The Historic Camp Helen State Park is kicking off its annual pumpkin patch on October 20 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The entry fee is $4 for parking, pumpkins range from $5 to $50.
Walk or bike for a cure with the Witches of St. Andrews
On Saturday, October 28, The Witches of St. Andrews is hosting its 7th Annual Ride for a Cure at the Captain Table Fish House. This event will help raise money for pancreatic cancer patients. Connect with the organization on social media @Witch4Pancreatic
Fright Night at Mosier Farm
The Mosier Farm is hosting its 14th-year haunted maze every Friday and Saturday night for the month of October. The haunted corn maze is open to those who dare, tickets are on sale for $15 at the door.
Pier Park Boo by the Beach
Halloween Day celebrate Boo by the Beach in Pier Park from 4 pm-7 pm. If you need a costume, come collect gently used costumes at the Pier Park Mall for adults and children of all sizes.
Fall Festival at Gulf Coast State College
Join the Halloween fun in the Student Union East parking lot on Friday, October 27 from 6-8 pm. Gulf Coast College SGA is hosting its Trunk or Treat, with food and exciting games.
Trick or Treat at Panama City Beach Public Library
All ages can come into the library on Halloween in costume and receive a treat on Tuesday, October 31 from 9 am-6 pm.
Teen Fright Night at Bay County Public Library
Bring your teen for terrifying stories, games, and crafts on October 30 from 530-630 p.m. Teens ages 14-17 are welcome to wear their costumes. Registration is required, call 850-522-2118 to sign up.
Kaleidoscope Theatre Haunted House
Join the Room of Terror on October 27-28 from 7-11 p.m. only for those 13 years old and up. Purchase tickets on Kaleidoscope Theatre’s Facebook page or on their website.