Happy Hauntings Begins at Dutch Wonderland This Weekend

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Family-friendly Halloween theming, the Trick-or-Treat Trail, and more than 30 attractions headline annual special event

Two girls and their dad riding on the caboose of a train past a spooky graveyard scene and train crossing covered in spiderwebs.

The happiest Halloween event in Pennsylvania is about to return! Happy Hauntings kicks off at Dutch Wonderland this weekend and runs Saturdays and Sundays through Nov. 3. This special event sees the Park transform with family-friendly Halloween décor and features more than 30 themed rides and attractions like the Scary-Go-Round, Roller Ghoster, and Monster’s Monorail.

All children 12 and under are invited to visit the Trick-or-Treat Trail, a safe, interactive candy collecting experience in the midst of more than 20 lifelike animatronic dinosaurs. Costumes are encouraged! Halloween also gets a special extension this year with Duke’s Spooktacular Dance Party scheduled for 6 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 3. This two-hour party features dancing with Dutch Wonderland’s royal characters and special Halloween giveaways.

Happy Hauntings runs Saturdays and Sundays, Oct. 19 through Nov. 3. For more information and complete operating hours, visit dutchwonderland.com.

About Dutch Wonderland and Palace Entertainment:
Dutch Wonderland, located in the heart of Pennsylvania Dutch Country, is a kingdom for kids and the perfect place for family fun. Awarded the 2019 Golden Ticket for Best Family Park by Amusement Today, the theme park features over 35 rides, attractions, & shows, as well as camping accommodations at Old Mill Stream Campground, perfect for out of town guests. Dutch Wonderland is owned and operated by Palace Entertainment, one of the leading US leisure park operators. The company operates Kennywood in Pennsylvania, Splish Splash waterpark in New York, Raging Waters in California, and many other family favorite destinations across ten states and two countries. Palace Entertainment greets millions of visitors annually and invites them to enjoy family-oriented and affordable attractions, such as roller coasters, live shows, variable depth pools, water slides, animal shows, miniature golf courses and arcade games.

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