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Your guide to daytime, scare-free Halloween fun

Kelsey Gallagher

2019 Dorney Park Public Relations Coordinator
Temple University Class of 2020

There are no monsters here! Learn about The Great Pumpkin Fest, the ultimate fall festival at Dorney Park.

 

Before Dorney Park transforms into Halloween Haunt and terrifying monsters flood the midways lurking deep into the night, the park is bustling with families and children enjoying The Great Pumpkin Fest! Held select days September 14 through November 3, this ultimate fall festival features a collection of scare-free Halloween activities presented by the PEANUTS™ characters. From Halloween-themed shows to a Petting Zoo with some of your children’s favorite farm animals, and endless rides in Planet Snoopy, The Great Pumpkin Fest is all treats and no tricks.

 

Here’s a sneak peak at some new additions to the festival, as well as the return of some family-favorites:

 

Peppermint Patty’s Petting Zoo

Children can visit their favorite farm animals up close with our Petting Zoo! See goats, sheep, ducks, chickens, cows, and even a llama in this NEW exhibit which is part of Snoopy’s Halloween Party. Animals are provided and cared for by What-Knott Farm.

 

Schroeder’s Silent Disco

The most fun you can have while being quiet!

 

Sally’s Costume Contest

Kids under 56” tall in costume will parade their way to the stage where Sally will award prizes for the most original, cutest, and scariest costumes.

 

Trick-Or-Treat Street

On Trick-Or-Treat Street, the younger ones can get a supply of their favorite treats at this street of costumed characters.

 

Live Entertainment: Show Times Coming Soon

Story Time: Settle in for family-friendly stories read at The Great Pumpkin Stage.

Charlie Brown’s Pirate Adventure: Thinking of setting said for the high seas? Join Cap’n Charlie Brown and his mighty crew on their search for the famed Treasure of Beagle Island!

For the lowest price on tickets, visit dorneypark.com.

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Kelsey Gallagher

2019 Dorney Park Public Relations Coordinator
Temple University Class of 2020

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