From pumpkin patches to mazes to zombie paintball, there are plenty of seasonal festivities to enjoy in and around Roy. Halloween comes around but once a year, so if you’re in the area this fall, don’t miss out on this year’s chills and thrills.
Dinos in the Dark Ogden’s Eccles Dinosaur Park, 1544 Park Blvd. • Ogden • (801) 393-3466
For you seriously festive Halloween people out there, there’s another Halloween favorite in nearby Ogden. Spooky science stories and videos, along with a self-guided tour through life-sized Dinosaur spookiness. Blackouts occur every 15 minutes – bring your flashlights!
Gibson’s Green Acres 449 South 4700 West • Ogden • (801) 940-6339
They’ve got 35 varieties of sunflowers to explore. Then, there’s even more fall family fun at Gibson’s, with its corn maze and a gigantic slide. Pick your own pumpkin adventure from over 20 varieties of pumpkins or meet and greet all the wonderful farm animals. Sept 16th – Oct 29th. Closed Sundays.
Happy Pumpkin Corn Maze 3642 West 2900 South • West Haven • (385) 244-0114
Among its many attractions are a giant corn maze and an amazing pumpkin patch. There’s also the Field of Fear and courtyard food, a Teetering Totter of Terror, giant slides, a swing set, food, music, and more! Let’s not forget the pumpkins of all varieties, sizes, and colors available to purchase for your fall activities and decoration. There’s also face painting and tractor-pulled hayrides. Get lost in the towering corn. But remember, the monster comes out to play Friday and Saturday nights until 11 p.m. Open September 16th – October 29th.
Dry Farms 2500 W Gentile • Layton • (801) 546-4316
Just 15 miles south of Ogden, you’ll find a twenty-year-old family farm, operated by Bill Day and sons, that offers fun, Halloween-filled hayrides and pumpkin picking. They are generally open Monday through Saturday.
Scary Cherry Hill 1325 South Main Street • Kaysville • (801) 451-5379
You’ll find hundreds of gruesome skeletons waiting for you when you arrive for an amazing boneyard tractor ride. Every Miniature Golf hole is spookified in proper Halloween fashion. There’s also a Jungle Maze decked out in festive seasonal themes. And, if you are a fan of pie, don’t miss the Pie Pantry for some treats to liven up your fall fun. Not open Sundays or Halloween Day.
Roy City Trunk or Treat
The annual Halloween event takes place the Monday before Halloween each year. In that fine, spooktaular way we all know and love.