Halloween Thrills

Unfiltered Spookiness in the Grande Prairie Region 

Halloween Thrills

The good thing about the nights getting longer is that there’s a better chance of seeing the Northern Lights – and more time for things to go bump in the dark. Get into the spirit of Halloween all month long with our top tips for local terror!


Vampire Circus

The circus is coming – with a twist! The Vampire Circus is a 90-minute production filled with wonder. Cirque acrobatics, clowns, jugglers, and contortionists will hold you under their spell. Tickets for the journey range from $41–113 based on seat selection.

Dates:  October 17

Time:  Doors open at 6:30 Showtime at 7:30

Cost: $41+

Where: Bonnett’s Energy Centre

Purchase Tickets: Bonnett’s Energy Centre


Halloween Spooktacular

Looking for some chilling family fun? The Halloween Spooktacular takes place on 100 Avenue on October 28th. Trick-or-treat at your favourite local businesses and head to Bonnetts Energy Centre for FREE family activities. Children 12 and under are invited to participate in the costume contest, enjoy free children’s entertainment, and check out the photobooth.

DATES:  October 28



WHERE: 100 Avenue and Bonnetts Energy Centre

MORE INFORMATION: Halloween Walking Parade


Blachford Field of Nightmares

The Blachford family has been terrorizing northern Alberta for years with their annual Field of Nightmares. Past events have been held at Evergreen Park – why not check out the Wild Horse Casino & Lounge while you’re there, and have a fantastic night out?

DATES: Every Thurs – Sun until October 31

TIME: From sunset to midnight

COST: $20/person (cash only)

WHERE:  Evergreen Park, Grande Prairie

MORE INFORMATION: Blachford Field of Nightmares


Heritage Village Folktales Tour

Experience the hair-raising terror of Grande Prairie’s past through a guided outdoor walking tour. The tour features tales of local history – with both factual and fictional elements. A South Peace Regional Archives archivist will be present to share historic documents and newspapers too! The recommended age for this event is 16 and over.

DATES:  October 13 – 14

TIME: 7 – 10 pm

COST: $25/person

WHERE:  Heritage Village at the Grande Prairie Museum

MORE INFORMATION: Heritage Village Folktales Tour


Skeleton steering a ship

Hornbrook Hollow – The Haunt

With nine years of haunted house experience and over 12,000 people petrified to date, Hornbrook Hollow offers a Halloween funhouse with minigolf and an outdoor scare maze, where you’ll have to escape Scare Actors armed only with a flashlight.

DATES: Various dates throughout October. Closed Mondays.

TIME: Various

COST: GST included in ticket prices –cash only for all tickets

WHERE: 6275 Township Rd 692 Grovedale, Alberta

MORE INFORMATION: Hornbrook Hallows Facebook


Flashlight Night at Grande Prairie Corn Maze

Can you find your way out of the twisting and turning corn maze with only a flashlight to guide you? With the corn being over 8 ft tall, you won’t want to get lost inside. Rally your crew and test your orienteering skills for a night of thrills.

DATES:  Wednesdays – Sundays throughout September and October


COST: $14 ages 6+ (Special family rates available too)

WHERE: Grande Prairie Corn Maze

MORE INFORMATION: Corn Maze Facebook Page


Other Fall Activities

For additional spooks, check out the Town of Beaverlodge, Evergreen Park, and Veteran’s Memorial Gardens sites. Hopefully, that should satisfy your craving for the macabre. If you’re all spooked out, don’t worry – the Grande Prairie Region has plenty of other non-ghost-related things to do this season. So much, in fact, that we wrote an entirely separate blog about all the fantastic opportunities to get out and about this fall. Why not check it out?



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