Your Guide to Halloween 2018 in New Jersey
Halloween 2018 in New Jersey – Jersey Shore
Events based on a scary scale from (Family Fun) to (Very Scary)
27 Prospect Cir., Atlantic Highlands, NJ 07716
Bring a sweater, walking shoes and a brave spirit as we visit the town’s well-known paranormal hot spots and re-live its notorious scenes of mayhem!
When: October 26th, 2018
The Dark Carnival
136 Atlantic City Blvd., Bayville, NJ 08721
Since Antiquity, visually unusual beings had been exhibited in public spaces. In the 16th century, street performances involving these beings were organized for the enjoyment of the public.
Later Freak shows featuring a number of ‘monsters’ contributed to the success of travelling shows. For more than a hundred years, the sideshow was to become an indispensable part of American circus culture. Classic attractions of the past included the giant, the fat lady, the midget, the three-legged boy, the armless wonder and the thin man.
105 Sideshows used to exist in the United States alone, but today the business of sideshows has all but disappeared due to public scorn. Until today…..
The Dark Carnival brings you New Jersey’s First Traveling Side Show.
Be amazed as you meet the Morbus, the Aquatic Fish Boy. Taken straight from the Atlantic waters off Morocco, Morbus is an exotic, land dwelling fish that one must see to believe.
Step back as you witness the spectacle of Algano, the Amphibious Lizard Man. Complete with scales and a slimy coat, Algano is sure to challenge your minds boundaries between the possible and impossible.
Finally, our greatest attraction… Mongo the Human Mutant. Grotesquely deformed, one might debate if Mongo is human at all. Completely devoid of all ability to learn and function in the human world, Mongo has known nothing but sideshow life since his birth. Be careful as you approach him however he can be as dangerous as he is unusual.
So come one, come all to the Dark Carnival !!! If you have unquenchable curiosity for the outlandish, thirst for the unknown, and both an attraction and repulsion for the diseased and deformed, we have put together the show for you. Visit our Sideshow of Oddities and we assure you that your mind, your curiosity, and all the beliefs you have ever held true will be questioned forever.
When: Weekends in October from 7pm – 11pm
Howl-O-Ween Dog Festival & Pooch Parade
Riley Park, 615 Main St. Bradley Beach, NJ 07720
Live Music featuring the Tom Petty tribute band, Damn the Torpedoes! Join the pooch parade at 2:00 pm , Canine costume contest and talent show. Win big prizes from local establishments!
Tickets: No Admission Price
When: October 20th, 2018 from 12:00pm – 3:00pm
373 Adamston Road, Brick, NJ 08723
THE BEST event around! Pro-wrestling… the most frightening haunted trail… carnival rides… hayrides… food vendors… art/craft/merchandise vendors… face painting and more! All for an amazing cause! Guaranteed to please all ages! Don’t miss it!
Haunted Trail Tickets
Kids 10 & under -$5.00
Adults – $15.00
All Age EAKFAST PASS
(jump to the front) – $20.00
Non-Scary Hay Rides – $5.00
Jersey Premier Championship Wrestling – $15.00
Combo wrestling+haunted trail admission – $25.00
Long Sleeve Tees – $15.00
When: October 19th & 20th Until 10pm
Scary Rotten Farms
151 Brick Blvd., Brick, NJ 08723
2 Terrrifying Haunts:
Sinister Sneed’s Chaotic Carbival of Chaos
Jacob Sneed’s first foray into the realm of bargaining with the Devil seemed fruitless—yet as his traveling carnival teetered on the brink of bankruptcy, Sneed faced little choice other than to beg the Prince of Darkness to save his doomed festival-on-wheels. But what possible use could the Devil have for pathetic Sneed or his carnival?
Blackened The Plague
The apocalypse brought with it a time known as “the Blackened”, the earth’s population was nearly eradicated. Those who survived banded together in separate communities and forced to survive by any means possible. Wars between these communities raged on, death was life. One such community known as Ravenshire , has been struck with a deadly plague that threatens to destroy them all. The cause and spread of this plague is unknown.The victims experience high fevers, vomiting of blood and grotesque swelling of bodily features. Because of this plague they become dangerously delusional and violent.
Tickets: Each Attraction $18.00, Combo $30.00, VIP COMBO $40.00
When: Weekends in October From 7pm – 10pm or 7pm – 9pm (depending on the day double check website for details)
Cape May Ghost Tours
1048 Washington St., Cape May, NJ 08204
Cape May is one of the most haunted town’s you’ll ever visit. Is it any wonder? It’s such a marvelous place, even the spirits don’t want to leave Cape May! Dozens of Victorian gems have been investigated and documented to have “spirit” residents, all of whom are quite friendly, we assure you. Take a giant step back in Cape May’s past and see if a ghostly encounter is in the cards for you!
Tickets: Tickets can be purchased online or in advance at the Washington Street Mall Information Booth or at the Carriage House Visitors Center at the Physick Estate, 1048 Washington Street.
When: See Website
A. Casola Farm’s FallFest
178 NJ-34, Holmdel, NJ 07733
You will begin your haunted adventure at the first of three attractions. The all new House of Horrors is not for the faint of heart, you will journey through the narrow corridors where you will be greeted by some of your worse nightmares.
You have no choice but to face your fears and continue your journey in search of exit, if you are fortunate enough you will make your way to the Forbidden Forest, don’t be fooled you aren’t there yet look out for the creatures of the night. Upon your exit if you dare we welcome you to the rest of our fare.
You’ll be led to the haunted Corn Walk of Terror where you will be tormented by your worst nightmares! Beware: This is not for the faint of heart! Once you make it through (IF you do!), you will encounter a graveyard with the spirits of the dead!
You will then make your way to the famous Haunted Hay Wagons that will be waiting to take what’s left of your body on a haunted journey deep into the backwoods of New Jersey.
On this ride, you will encounter many lost souls, and if you are lucky, you’ll make it out alive to warn others to beware!!!
Tickets: $8.00 House of Horrors
$20.00 Haunted Hayride and Corn Walk of Terror
When: Daily from 10 a.m. – 10 p.m. – Until October 31st
569 Monmouth Rd., Jackson, NJ 08514
If you dare, hop onboard our Haunted Hayride that runs continuously through 66 haunted acres deep in the bowels of New Jersey’s Pine Barrens.
If you are lucky enough to survive the Haunted Hayride, you can continue the adventure with a walk through the Psycho Path. You are safe as long as you don’t venture too far from the group.
Returning this year is the Dead End Corn Maze, a labyrinth terrorized by ghosts and ghouls that no haunt seeker would want to miss out on!
Tickets: $15.00 Per Attraction, $25.00 Double Bypass, $30.00 Triple Bypass
Nightmare at Gravity Hill
1005 Farmingdale Rd., Jackson, NJ 08527
Nightmare at Gravity Hill’s Haunted Trail attraction is a 35 to 45 minute walkable experience where guests will encounter numerous frights. With over a dozen scary scenes to witness, trail goers are sure to feel their heart rate increase. There is no knowing what may be around the next turn, but one thing is for sure, it will be frightening.
As soon as you enter the gates of Gravity Hill, the nightmare begins. You will encounter many creepy, spine chilling scenes and settings over the course of this haunted walk. This is no hayride! There is no running or escaping the creepy creatures of the night.
Tickets: $25.00 general admission ($35.00 Express Pass)
When: Weekends in October From Dusk until 11pm Fridays and Saturdays, and Dusk til 9pm on Sundays
Fright Fest! At Six Flags Great Adventure
1 Six Flags Blvd., Jackson, NJ 08527
The park is family-friendly by day, but they turn up the terror at dusk! Fright Fest at night is not recommended for children under 13 or anyone who scares easily.
This Halloween celebration at the huge Six Flags theme park has a large variety of trails, each with a different theme. They range from the not so scary to the extreme, very scary.The characters are live and will agree to stop and take pictures with you if you ask. Park Maps are provided to provide a guide and information on the shows and trails.
Tickets: Prices start at $29.00
When: Weekends in October (Fridays, 5:30pm – Midnight, Saturdays 11:00am – Midnight, and Sundays 11:00am – 10:00pm)
Halloween in Ocean Grove
45 Pilgrim Pathway, Ocean Grove, NJ 07756
Prizes for best-dressed pets. Parade starts at Noon followed by trick or treating downtown.
Tickets: Free Admission
When: October 27th, 2018 at Noon
Boo at the Boardwalk
300 Ocean Ave., Point Pleasant Beach, NJ 08742
This family event with activities for young kids features attendees dressing up in costumes , trick or treating, free face painting and crafts, stilt walkers, pumpkin patches, a beach maze, and underwater pumpkin carving in the Aquarium (Four Shows!)
Tickets: No Admission Price
When: 12pm – 4pm October 21st, 22nd, 27th, and 28th
Point Pleasant Boro Halloween Costume & Float Parade
Bridge Ave. Point Pleasant, NJ 08742
Open to all ages, groups, and businesses that wish to celebrate the Halloween season. Fun for all ages – Pets – Groups – Motorized Floats – Pull Floats – Trophies and participation ribbons for all. The parade marches down Bridge Avenue to Community Park where the winners are announced and trophies
Tickets: No Admission Price
When: Sunday, October 28th, 2017 from 1pm-3pm
Halloween Parade and Dance Party
45th to 40th St. and Landis Ave., Sea Isle City, NJ 08243
Bring the kids to an age-appropriate Halloween parade in Southern NJ this year! The 2016 Sea Isle City Halloween parade in Cape May County has something everyone can enjoy. There will be countless costumed characters that children will love seeing pass through the streets. Additionally, there will be holiday-themed floats, live musical entertainment and much much more!
In addition to the fun floats and costumed-characters, there will be a dance party in Excursion Park. Come out and join the various holiday mascots as they dance to the beats of popular music and enjoy the fun fall weather! Your dancing skills won’t matter at this event because the theme is Halloween and the monsters, zombies and spooky creatures don’t judge. The fun will begin at 7pm and all are invited to attend. Call 609-263-0050, or visit Sea Isle City’s website for additional information.
Tickets: Visit Website
When: October 18th, 2018 at 7pm
120 W. Main St., Tuckerton, NJ 08087
Visit Tuckerton Seaport, if you dare, for a ‘spook’tacular adventure known in local lore as Haunted Seaport. Ghost ships sail up the Tuckerton Creek and dock to let the crew stroll the Seaport’s boardwalk for a night of screams. Try to find your way out of the haunted woods and climb aboard a hayride for a ghostly good time. Meet and greet with the Jersey Devil while dancing to music sure to bring even zombies back life. Purchase refreshments from the Voodoo Witch Doctor. They will also have a non-scary pumpkin patch with crafts, stories, games, and not-so-scary fall activities.
Tickets: General Admission is $8 for all ages. Hayrides are $5 with paid admission and free for Seaport Members. Black Pearl rides are an additional $10 per person.
When: Thursday, October 21st from 6:00pm until 9:00pm
Camp Evans Base of Terror
2201 Marconi Road, Wall Township, NJ 07719
Wall Township, NJ. Experience the 100-year-old Army Base on a most terrifying and disturbing 1/2 mile-long journey. The true and weird New Jersey history of this National Historic Landmark includes a century of top-secret and experimental research in radar, radio, satellites, radioactive materials and much more that has yet to be declassified. Camp Evans Base of Terror is an all-volunteer effort to raise money for the operation of The Info Age Science History Learning Center and Museum and preserve the grounds of a National Historic Landmark Camp Evans Base.
Tickets: $20.00 General Admission ($3.00 Discount When Bought online)
When: Friday and Saturdays in October from 7pm-11pm (weather permitting)
Greater Wildwood Elk’s Haunted House
109 W. 1st Ave., Wildwood, NJ 08260
The Greater Wildwood Elks Club, operating out of Cape May County NJ, will be running a haunted house for children during the 2016 season. On Halloween Day, you can bring your little one to the Elks Lodge on 1st Avenue where they can make their way through the “haunted house,” trick-or-treating in the process.
Families will love spending the evening, between 5 and 8pm, at the Elks Club because it is child appropriate and trick-or-treaters of all ages are sure to have a good time. Members of the club will be the ones handing out the candy and parents can partake in the fun by going “door to door” with their children or relaxing while the kids enjoy themselves.
Tickets: No Admission Fee
When: October 27th, 2018 from 5pm-8pm
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