Halloween on 30A
October 25, 2013 | Miriam Dillon
Halloween on 30A brings lots of opportunities for ghouls and gobblins both young and old to celebrate in style! The festivities begin this weekend.
Topsail Hill Preserve State Park kicks it off this weekend with lots of fun and scary times from 6pm to 10pm both Friday and Saturday nights. The Tram of Terror is sure to elicit shrieks and shivers – it never disappoints! Donations go to support the park. If you haven’t had an opportunity to enjoy the park, please do. It is one of the many beautiful, serene spots on 30A to enjoy nature while nuturing your soul!
Alys Beach Noche de los Muertos Costume Party This party is for those 21 and older and is the grownup party of the season on 30A. Located at the beautiful Caliza Pool in Alys Beach, the setting is stunning and the costumes range from hysterical to outrageous! 8:00 – 11:30 on October 26 – BE THERE! Tickets can be purchased in advance prior to midnight 10/25 (click on the picture above) or at the door (if not sold out).
Rosemary Beach Harvest Market & Monstrous Halloween Celebration Enjoy a full day of fun in Rosemary Beach on Saturday, October 26. The day begins at 10am with the artists’ booths at the Harvest Market. Beautiful jewelry, paintings, pottery and more! Trick or treating is from 3pm to 5pm – visit the shops of Rosemary Beach and the vendors at the Harvest Market to stuff your pumpkins and pillow cases full of yummy goodies. Don’t miss the haunted cemetary, hayrides, pumpkin carving contest, and much more!
Seaside, Florida Halloween Celebration On Halloween Day from 4pm – 6pm the youngsters trick or treat around the town visiting the shops and merchants of Seaside. Hop on the haunted hayride, enjoy spooky stories from the Seaside Rep and listen to scary tunes from 30A radio
The Witches of South Walton ride again this Halloween – with two rides this year! The original, fly west on 30A and a new route, fly east on 30A. Click on the logo above to get more information on start times and registration. The Witches of South Walton raise money for the Children’s Volunteer Health Network, a wonderful local charity that provides dental and medical care for uninsured children.