We are fans of Halloween but live in an area that gets no candy-seeking traffic. I am wondering if Halloween tends to be a celebrated event at RV sites? It would be so much fun to decorate the RV and give out candy.
kdbgoat said:Try a campground at your local State Park. The one close to me goes all out at halloween. Not only do rv'ers get into it, but a lot of locals take their children there for the festivities. Halloween just isn't our thing though. It would be nice if folks got that excited about Easter.
Pugapooh said:I know that the KOAs and Jellystones I've looked at do. Usually,every weekend in October. We went to the Jellystone in Hagerstown,MD two years ago. I was amazed at how much effort some people put in for a weekend stay. They even had a haunted trail set up. Definitely fun.
cadee2c said:The RV park we stayed in last year had a halloween event. They gave prizes for the best decorated rv and let the kids go trick or treating in the park. We had about a dozen kids, and way too much candy, so we gave candy to the adults also. The next morning the office was full of candy from everyone dropping off their extras.