Halloween Weekend at Charles Mill Lake Park
Friday, October 1, 2021-
Sunday, October 3, 2021
Friday, October 1
7pm Traveling Gator - Watch for the Gator Girls passing out a fun Halloween package! When you see the gator wave your hand and they will stop. While supplies last.
7:30pm Family Halloween BINGO - Play Spooky BINGO at the Messerly Building.
8:30pm Find the Ghosts Scavenger Hunt - A hide and Seek Ghost Game for all ages. Bring a flashlight and try to catch a ghost. Meet at Messerly Building to get your directions.
Saturday, October 2
Adult Pumpkin Decoration Contest – Decorate a pumpkin and win a prize! Bring your own or buy one from Activities, while supplies last. Bring to Messerly Building by 4:30pm to be Judged in the following categories – Painted Pumpkin, Nature Pumpkin, Combination of Paints and Nature.
10am Adult Halloween craft - Celebrate Halloween by making a beautiful Halloween craft. Call 419-368-6885 and reserved you craft. You must call by 9:00am Activities will deliver your Halloween craft supplies and directions to your campsite.
11am Kidz Pumpkin Time – Decorate pumpkins at Eagle Point Shelter. For ages 3-14.
12:15-1:30pm Kidz Costume Contest – Dress in your Halloween Costume for a contest by age groups. Meet at Main Camp Beach Area Shelter.
Age 2-3 12:15 pm
Age 4- 7 12:45pm
Age 8-12 1:00pm
1:30-3pm Trick and Treat – Walk through Main Camp and Eagle Point collecting treats at participating campsites!
3:30-5pm Halloween Carnival & Tshirt Tie Dye - Come to Messerly Building for Halloween games, and glow in the Dark tie dying shirts for kidz. Cost is $6 per shirt. (Adult shirts pending, $8 dollars each) Games will include pumpkin bowling, boo toss, pin the nose on pumpkins, and more for prizes! Carnival games are $2 dollars for 20 tickets.
7:30pm Movie at the Lake: Hocus Pocus - Enjoy a family-friendly movie on the BIG screen near the beach! The movie is FREE with camping pass or $5 per car, cash only. Watch from your car, truck, golf cart, or camp chair. The nights are getting colder, so bring a blanket or two.
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