Haunted Houses & Spooky Stories
Williamstown Discovery and Ghost Walk (SD&G Counties)
Join us at the Sir John Johnson Manor House where the walk through the historical village of Williamstown begins. You will hear of the interesting history that created the town and spooky stories of ghosts that may still be around.
Fort Fright + Terror Tuesdays at Fort Henry (Kingston)
Come embrace the dark side and see what lurks behind the shadows and walls of this old garrison, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Five scary weekends await as doors open to the public on Friday, October 2, 2020.
New this year is Terror Tuesdays – an outdoor movie screening in the lower Fort featuring horror films every Tuesday starting on September 29th and ending in October. Movies will include Cabin in the Woods, Silent Hill, and Saw 1. Doors open at 7:30 pm with movie screening at 8 pm and a limit of 100 guests.
Haunted Walk of Kingston (Kingston)
The Haunted Walk of Kingston takes up to 12 participants on these limited-time, socially distanced versions of the Original Haunted Walk of Kingston. These tours are a safe and fun way to enjoy some fresh air and hear some great Kingston ghost stories. For over 25 years, haunting locals and newcomers alike, this tour takes you through Kingston’s old Sydenham Ward. It features haunted hotels, hidden burial grounds, grave robbings, hangings, and other spine-tingling surprises. New this year, join the best storytellers in the world as they gather around the virtual haunted campfire to share spooky stories and terrifying tales from around the world. These online experiences are a great way to bring the family together and experience a few chills without leaving the comfort of your home.
Ghost and Mystery Trolley Tour (Kingston)
Hear stories from Kingston’s mysterious and paranormal past, some dating back 200 years, on the Ghost and Mystery Trolley Tour. This 90-minute evening trolley tour takes you off the beaten path to Kingston’s lesser-known and difficult-to-access haunted spots including Deadman’s Bay at the back of Fort Henry Hill, Rockwood Asylum, the Cataraqui Cemetery and more.
Food, Drink & Entertainment
Hallowe’en Movie Nights at Mustang Drive-In (Prince Edward County)
The Mustang Drive-In PEC will be hosting 12 scary(ish) movies under the stars from the comfort of your car. Oct 30 & 31 They will also have some spooky surprises, special prizes, a kitchen takeover (hello, ROADSIDE BURGER Ghoulish edition) and much more! You have the choice of 3 movies on Friday and 3 completely different movies on Saturday.
Tarot & Oracle Charm Readings (Prince Edward County)
It’s Halloween/Samhain and the “veil” is thin – what a perfect time to visit Picton’s Nourish the Soul and ask important questions of Lynda Fox of Tarot Journey!
The Regent Theatre Ghost – it could be you! (Prince Edward County)
Many of the world’s grand old theatres have stories of ghosts who roam their stages and corridors when the lights are out. This Halloween, it’s time for Prince Edward County’s historic Regent Theatre to find its own ghost. Picton’s oldest and most famous theatre is holding a virtual fundraising contest for a chance to win a place in the theatre’s legacy forever. Make a donation of $25 or more before Halloween and be entered in a draw to win the right to haunt the Regent Theatre after you die.
Festivals & Farms
Acres of Terror at Cannamore Orchard (SD&G Counties)
Cannamore Orchard welcomes you to our 28th year of Acres of Terror, Eastern Ontario’s Most Terrifying Halloween attraction! Acres of Terror has four main components: The Spooky Wagon Ride, House of Terror, Spooky Village, and the Fog Maze. Open weekend nights from 6:30-10 p.m., select days from 12-4 p.m. and on Halloween.