This Halloween, our fairy trail is being taken over by witches, ghosts & monsters - with our biggest trail ever, it's sure to be spook-tacular!
With lots of new spooks for 2023, a whole new section of the park to explore, the chance to win an amazing prize, and our pick-your-own pumpkin patch, we've got loads of Halloween fun again this year.
Follow our fiendish trail, make your way through the giant spiders web tunnel, creep past the monsters, brave the haunted graveyard & ghost town and cast a spell at the witches workshop to search for the 5 slithery snakes hidden there. Find them all to be entered into our prize draw for a chance to win an annual pass for our Country Park for up to 5 people, or 1 of 3 runners-up prizes.
Head to our Pumpkin Patch where you can become Mr Scarecrow, and select your very own pumpkin to take home (pumpkins can be purchased in advance along with your ticket, or on the day at our tills or pumpkin patch).
You can still enjoy all the fun in our park with a wide range of activities for all ages, including crazy golf, foot golf, sledge run, go karts, jumping pillows, double zip line, viking swing and lots more.
Plus - A free pumpkin for the winner of the best Halloween costume every day from 9th - 29th October. (Winners will be chosen by our Pumpkin Patch attendants from all entries each day).
All activities are included in the ticket cost, with the exclusion of coin-operated rides, barrel train & pumpkins.
The time slot on your ticket refers to your arrival time. Please ensure you arrive within an hour of the time stated on your tickets. You are welcome to use the park until close (5pm).
Annual Season Pass holders are not required to pre-book for this event.
Scottish weather can be unpredictable - please ensure you come prepared with suitable clothing and footwear for all conditions.
All children must be accompanied by an adult and supervised at all times when in our Country Park
Pumpkins are not included in the ticket price and are purchased separately at the time of booking or on the day at our tills or pumpkin patch. Please note - a small percentage of the price of pumpkins purchased online will be paid to Citizen Ticket. This will be reflected on your receipt and ticket
All tickets are non-refundable unless the park is required to close. If you are unable to attend, tickets can be exchanged to another date/arrival time or transferred into another name via the Citizen Ticket website
We will only close the park/cancel an event if it is deemed unsafe. If we have to cancel an event attendees will be notified as soon as possible using the email address used to book tickets. You will be given the option to re-book for another date or apply for a refund. Updates will also be posted on our website and social media channels.
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