- Trick-or-Treat stations located throughout Camp Spooky. Upon entering the park, the kids are given treat bags and maps to help them navigate their way through Camp Spooky and find the 5 special treat stations. They love going on a candy hunt!
- We stopped for a few photo ops like one with Snoopy and Peppermint Patty. Then we came back around for another photo, but this time with Snoopy and Woodstock. Awesome!
- My kids got on each and every ride in Camp Spooky and survived all of the creepy crawlies in the Critter Cave
- We cheered on our friend Teagan, dressed as The Little Mermaid, as she marched in Snoopy's Costume Party with Lucy.
- One of the best features that Camp Spooky has to offer is the Kooky Cookie Painting located in the Grizzly Creek Lodge. Kids have a blast dumping a ton of frosting on their Halloween cookies then attempting to eat them all. I usually end up eating most of the cookies!
- We sat down and enjoyed Charlie Brown's Spooktacular Show at the Camp Snoopy Theatre. The Monster Mash is our favorite!
- We loved the NEW Monster Factory Maze designed specifically for kids! You had to find your way through the halls of mirrors and try to find all the little fuzzy monsters along the way. Upon completing the maze, the kids were given awesome Monster Face Glasses as a prize!
*There is a small fee for the Kooky Cookie Painting
Disclosure: I was not compensated for this post. I was invited to a special Media Day in order to facilitate my review. These are just my two cents!