Ticonderoga is rattling the cupboards in hopes of conjuring up all the ghosts with its annual Halloween Festival and Fort Ticonderoga’s Maze by Moonlight.
Before or after getting lost in the Heroic Corn Maze, stop by the town of Ticonderoga for a five-day festival of fun, October 26-31. Each day a range of activities are planned that are suitable for the very young to those wanting the traditional scare.
Pumpkin carving, a variety show and pumpkin walk are just a few of the listed activities. Other fun ways to celebrate Halloween include the costumed competition of Glow Bowling or treat n’ treating through a round of Monster Mini Golf. Enjoy a Halloween photo shoot and even a costumed parade for pets. North Country Community College is offering a scary movie or a chance to meet The Great Pumpkin so people of all ages can choose their own level of fright.
This is the last weekend to attend Fort Ticonderoga’s Heroic Maze by Moonlight. Open from 7-10 pm (last admission is at 9 pm), the six-acre maze hides eight stations which participants need to find to collect stamps necessary to reconstruct an 18th century fort. Flashlights are encouraged.
Whether you are in costume or not, Ticonderoga wants to make Halloween more than just a day, but an exciting weekend of fun with just the right amount of fear in the mix. Happy Halloween!