Happy Halloween Saratoga Springs! The final days of spooky season are here, and you can find all kinds of frighteningly fun events going on around the region this weekend, from Nightmares at Liberty Ridge Farm to The Saratoga Winery’s Hall-O-Wine Party.
October 28 – 29
Are you brave enough to enter Nightmares at Liberty Ridge Farm? Recognized as one of the Saratoga area’s premier Halloween season events, Nightmares features four haunted attractions for the price of one. Get your tickets for the last weekend of the event today!
October 28 – 30
Go for ride with Double M Haunted Hayrides this weekend – if you dare! Based out of Ballston Spa, Double M has been creating fear for over 25 years, and their unique attractions include the Haunted Hayride, Brutality, Blood Moon Farm, The Last Inn, Fear All Year, and Slaughter Swamp.
Head over to Clifton Common later today for a hauntingly fun time! This Trunk or Treat event is open to all, and Starpoint Church will be offering free hot dogs, chips, and drinks.
Get your spook on at The Saratoga Winery’s 2022 Hall-O-Wine Party on Saturday night at 8:00pm. This year, the circus will be coming to the winery, so come join them for a night of fun under the Big Top. There will be costume contests, carnival concessions, circus performers, drink specials, and live music from Tailspin.
Show off your favorite Halloween costume at Vapor Night Club’s 13th Annual Monster Ball, which will feature music by DJ Stantatic and prizes for the best costumes. Doors open at 8:00pm, and there is no cover charge.
Drink for a good cause at the 2022 Pints for Preservation Pub Crawl in Saratoga Springs. Pub Crawl participants will enjoy drink specials at participating locations, and funds raised will benefit the Saratoga Springs Preservation Foundation’s restoration projects in the community. The event kicks off with registration at Druthers at 2:30pm.
The 11th Annual Stillwater Fall Festival is this Saturday, and it is a free, family-friendly event that will include trick-or-treating, games, and a costume parade. Take a walk along Hudson Avenue and check out all the festivities.
Hudson Crossing Park and the Schuylerville Public Library are teaming up this weekend to host the Jack-o’-Lantern Trail Walk and Halloween Person & Pet Costume Parade. Jack-o’-lanterns will line the path from the park’s Sensory Trail to the Dix Bridge, and there is a suggested donation of $5 per person for the illuminated trail walk.
This Sunday from 2:00pm-5:00pm, the Children’s Museum at Saratoga will host a special Halloween Fun-Raiser to help raise money for their programs and learning opportunities. You and your kids can enjoy trick-or-treating in the museum, a make-and-take art project, a monster mash dance party, fun activities in every room, and more. Admission is $13pp pre-sale and $15pp day of the event (infants 12 months and under are free).