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Halloween Activities in Cape Coral

HomeActivities & AttractionsThings To DoHalloween Activities in Cape Coral

Plan a getaway with loved ones this Halloween, full of rest and relaxation, along with beach fun. Then add in some spooky Halloween fun! Florida is dotted with many beach towns that offer plenty of activities, attractions, and more. If this sounds like just what the doctor ordered for your retreat, point your compass and pack your bags for a one-of-a-kind Halloween in Cape Coral.

Beaches

You’ll want to make sure to visit the beach regularly during your well-deserved Halloween retreat in Cape Coral. Start your day with a walk or run on the beach or spread your beach blanket and plant your umbrella for a day of relaxation. You can splash around in the water for a swim, or go on a snorkel, stand up paddleboard, or kayak adventure. Up the adrenaline with parasailing, water skiing, or tubing, then bring the excitement back down and finish the day with a relaxing sunset walk on the beach.

Fall Festival and Haunted Nights

Springtime Farms Adventure Park is putting on its spooky best. The 4th annual event includes all the fall fun you can handle. Each child gets a free pumpkin! After getting your pumpkin, enjoy scavenger hunts, games, rides, food trucks, and other vendors. On the weekends, come back for Haunted Nights. Go on the Killer Clowns Glow Walk, negotiate the Haunted Glow Maze, or jump on the wagon for a family-friendly Haunted Hayride. The event runs September 30-October 29. Haunted Nights Halloween events in Cape Coral are Friday and Saturday only, October 6-28, starting at 6 p.m. All-day passes are $14 and include everything but the hayride (an additional $10).

Movie in the Park

Pack up the rental vehicle with lawn chairs and blankets and take a drive to Veterans Park in Lehigh Acres. The event also includes a “trunk-or-treat” with local vendors. Then, stick around for a showing of the Disney/Pixar film Coco. Wear you best spooky costume. The event takes place October 27 starting at 6:30 p.m. at the front athletic field. The movie starts at 8 p.m.

Gator Mike’s Family Fun Park Frightmare on 78

Come during the daytime and enjoy mini golf, go-karts, a rope and zipline course, batting cages, an arcade, or escape room. Stick around after the lights go down and hike through the woods. Experience Zombies, killer clowns, horror movie scenes, a “pitch black” maze, spinning tunnel, and more. The attraction is open Fridays and Saturdays, September 29-October 28. Admission is separate from any daytime park passes.

Lab Theater’s ‘Misery’

See the Southwest Florida premiere of the stage thriller – based on author Stephen King’s hit novel by the same name. The main character, a popular novelist, crashes his car and is “rescued,” only to be held hostage. The show runs now through November 12. Tickets are $35, or $10 for students.

Spooky Alley

The annual Halloween “yard haunt” features spooky decorations like a creepy castle, bats, and much more. Avoid the monsters at the “scarier than ever before” display. Driving past the display is not recommended. Instead, park nearby and walk through the decorated yard. There is a separate trick-or-treat station with a walk-through line. The free attraction is only open on Halloween night 7-10 p.m.

Haunted Walk: Dead by Dawn

The annual haunted walk event takes place at Calusa Nature Center and Planetarium. Walk the trails of the center under the dark of night. The spooky trail is not recommended for guests under 15-years-old. The attraction is open Friday-Sunday, October 6-29. Tickets are for designated times during the hours of 7:30-11 p.m. and are $25.

Southwest Florida Museum of History

Sometimes history can be spooky! You’ll know you’ve arrived when you spot the 1929 private Pullman rail car outside! Located inside the former Atlantic Coastline Railroad depot, the museum boasts a number of exhibits dedicated to the state’s and region’s past. Learn about the Seminoles and other Native American tribes of the area. Then discover turn-of-the 20th century Florida, and the many industries in the area including agriculture, boating, fishing, and military influences.

Spooky Fun for Halloween in Cape Coral

From a cozy studio for a small family or spooky sweetheart escape all the way up to a spacious four-bedroom for a larger group, Cape Coral 4 Vacation has a Halloween vacation rental that’s perfect for you on your Florida Halloween adventure. Step in and feel the stresses and worries of home melt away, knowing all your needs will be met. Enjoy preparing a meal, or fixings for Halloween treats, in the fully equipped kitchen. Stretch out with some popcorn and your favorite Halloween show or movie. There are multiple private spaces like patios, balconies, and even your own bedroom. Choose a premium unit for flat screen TVs, stainless steel appliances, a wet bar, plush furnishings, and more.

Call us today to start planning a Cape Coral Halloween adventure to remember for years to come!