2018 Halloween Guide In The Fraser Valley

From spooks to haunts, dances, kid-friendly candy areas. There is always something to do in the Fraser Valley when Halloween comes to town. Fraser Valley is home to a group of people and businesses who love to celebrate the spookiest time of year.

Family friendly places to go and which haunted houses are the scariest. Here is your 2018 Halloween guide to what the valley has in store for you!

Scariest & Non-Scary Haunts in The Valley 

Are you afraid of ghosts? How about chainsaw wielding mad-men? Here is your chance to pick and choose which scary haunt you want to visit. Some places you can even bring the lil’ ones to. 

Potter’s House of Horrors

Tickets sell out fast for Potter’s House of Horrors where you can tour not one but two haunted houses if you dare, along with taking in their scary show with real live actors and animations. Potter’s House also caters to the wee ones with Lil’ haunters & family hour plus escape room for kids (12 and under) which is less scary for the faint of heart.

Tickets range from $12 – $16 and you can be sure to find something for the entire family here. Located at 12530 72 Ave, Surrey 

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Reapers Haunted Attraction & Maze

Reapers is one of the coolest and most visited haunts in the Fraser Valley. Located in Chilliwack this house isn’t for those with a weak ticker. Imagine being trapped in 22,000 sq ft of farmland with little or no light and every freaky, twisted thing you can imagine coming at you. If that doesn’t get you, then the insane asylum will. Not recommended for children under the age of 10 or those who can’t handle a big scare. 

Tickets range $11.00 to $20.00 for a combo and parking fills up quickly so carpool if you have to. Get a buck off if you bring something for the food bank. Located at 9423 Gibson Road, Chilliwack

Visit Reapers Haunted Attraction & Maze

Mission Nightmare Haunted House

Open October 20 to 21 & 24 to 28 7-10 PM Nightly, Mission is on par with a spooky haunt for you to sink your teeth into. A community effort with money going back into Mission Community Services, this haunted house has real live actors, noise, sounds and more. 

Tickets are $7 or $5 with a non-perishable food item. Located at 8760 McLean Street, Mission

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River’s Edge Presented by Mission Art Council The Criminal Mind

The Walking Dead theme saw a huge success but this year Mission Art Council has decided to change things up to a River’s Edge for the Criminal Mind, and you better get set to have your mind blown. Super scary and frightening, this event run (Oct 12-31) 7 pm to 10 pm.

Tickets are $13 per person. Located at 32670 Dyke Road, Mission 

Visit Haunt Page for Mission 

Maan Farms Haunted Corn Maze

Give me a haunted house and things jumping out at me, but you could pay me to run through a corn maze with a creepy dude following me. No way! The screams can be heard from the city. The scariest Corn Maze in Canada with over 5 acres of pure terror, Maan Farms takes fear to a new height. 

Tickets for this event are expensive at $25 bucks a pop! Located on the outskirts of Abbotsford at 790 McKenzie Rd, Abbotsford

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Britannia Mine Museum Spooktacular Event

Double, toil and trouble, fire burn and cauldron bubble! The amazing science of the Britannia Mine Museum is hosting their 5th annual Spooktacular Halloween event. October 27th and 28th there is tons to see and do. Underground train ride. Strange Science Show with potions to brew. Critter Emporium brings out their creepiest creatures. Village Fair allows kids to enjoy funhouse mirrors, medieval fair, plus a witch’s house and so much more! 

Special pricing for this event $15 age 5+ which is a great price for all you get. Located 45 min drive north of Vancouver – take Hwy 99. Known as the Sea-to-Sky Highway, you’ll cruise alongside beautiful Howe Sound. When you pass Furry Creek you will be just 5 minutes away.

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Pumpkin Express Bear Creek Park

Enjoy until October 31 crafts and activities under a tent platform. Kids can play and design a pumpkin headband and halloween games. Each child receives a treat to enjoy on the pumpkin express train as it heads through the eerie forest, and a pumpkin to take home and carve afterwards.

Ticket price $10 (includes tax) per person aged 2+ and up. Location 13750 88 Avenue, Surrey at Bear Creek Park

Visit www.bctrains.com/halloween

Notable Spooky Things To Do & See

Hope you have a safe and Awesome Happy Halloween! 

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