Things to Do: Halloween Fun in Auburn

Halloween fun in Auburn

Whether you are looking for a good old-fashioned fright or you’re batty over pumpkins, these four attractions will treat you to Halloween fun in Auburn this spooky season!

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From movie nights to haunted farms to jack-o-lanterns, are you brave enough to face the thrills ahead?

Fright Night at Kiesel Park, Oct. 13

Under the light of tonight’s crescent moon, kick off Halloween fun in Auburn with Fright Night at Kiesel Park. Find your Halloween spirit on Friday the 13th with a spooktacular double-feature, starting at 6:45 p.m. with “Harry and the Hendersons.” 

Then it’s time for a real fright with “Friday the 13th Part III,” which will start at 8:40 p.m. Bring your blankets or chairs and get ready to settle in for Fright Night at Kiesel Park. The event is free and open to the public, but there will be food and tasty treats available for purchase.

Sleepy Hollow Haunted Farm, Oct. 13-14, 20-21 & 27-31 

Located just outside downtown Auburn, Sleepy Hollow Haunted Farm offers three different experiences. The Pyscho Path brings you dangerously close to the creatures of the night, while the Clown Cabin is no joke. Finally, the RIP RIDE involves a school bus, blaring rock tunes, a dirt road and a waiver! In fact, it’s for guests 18 and older only.

Find out more and buy your tickets before your visit to 929 County Road 14 in Auburn. 

Pope’s Haunted Farm, Oct. 13-14, 20-21 & 27-28

Scare up more good fun and thrilling chills at Pope’s Haunted Farm…if you dare! With more than “20 acres of terror,” this haunting experience is for “the strong hearted souls.” The Haunted Barn, Haunted Forest and Haunted Hayride await. You can pick your poison when you arrive on site with one, two or all three attractions.  

Pope’s Haunted Farm is located at Lee Road 724 in Salem, which is about 20 miles from Summer Wind Apartment Homes. 

35th Annual Pumpkin Carve, Oct. 27

Make your way to Dudley Courtyard on Auburn University’s campus between 9 a.m. and 8 p.m. to carve out some Halloween fun in Auburn for the 35th Annual Pumpkin Carve. This popular Auburn tradition includes a pumpkin carving competition, a faculty napkin sketches silent auction, raffles, drinks, treats and more!  


Do you know a good way to keep the treats coming well past October? Make a sweet move to Summer Wind and get settled in an apartment of your own! Contact us to double-check availability, and keep reading our blogs for fun things to do around town.