SWFL is hosting plenty of Halloween events for you to enjoy!

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People and businesses across SWFL are hosting plenty of Halloween events for boys and “ghouls” of all ages to enjoy!

Check out the list below for what’s happening in YOUR area.


  • Haunted History Tour
    • A 90-minute ghost tour around the downtown area.
    • The tour will cost you $15 per person and includes a souvenir fan.
    • This event is currently sold out on Halloween night, but there are a few spots left for Wednesday night!
  • Calusa Nature Center Haunted Walk
    • You can check out this 30-minute haunted walk on Wednesday night as well as Halloween night starting at 7:30 p.m.
    • It will cost you $15 per person and only allows guests ages 16 and over.
  • Lakes Park Halloween Train
    • Fall decorations, scarecrows created by local groups and the Halloween Express train ride! The fall festival at Lakes Park is fun for the whole family!
    • The last day for the even is Halloween from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
    • The train ride will cost you $6 for ages 6+ and $2 for children ages 1-5.
      • Children under 1 and pregnant mothers are not allowed to ride.


  • Spooky Alley
    • This Halloween yard haunt will serve up some scares for you from 7-10 p.m. on Halloween night.
    • Admission is free. The haunted walk-through is located at 2526 SW 10th Avenue in Cape Coral.
  • Terror on 20th
    • This home haunter/yard haunt is breaking out the scares all for a good cause.
    • Admission is free, but they are asking attendees for canned good donations for the Harry Chapin Food Bank.
    • The attraction is open on Halloween night from 7-10 p.m. and is located at 2812 SW 20th Avenue in Cape Coral


  • Mall-O-Ween at Miromar Outlets
    • This event offers trick-or-treating, music, karaoke and contests—including a costume contest for kids as well as pets.
    • The event is Wednesday, Oct. 30 from 6-8 p.m.
  • Mall-O-Ween at Coconut Point Mall
    • Children and parents are welcome to enjoy a safe and fun Halloween trick-or-treating through the stores and showing off their costumes!
    • The event is on Halloween night from 5-7 p.m.


  • Haunting on the Harbor
    • This annual event boasts a haunted house, a big party, live music and a costume contest.
    • Admission to the festival is free. The haunted house will cost you $15 for adults and $10 for children ages 6-12. Parking at the nearby city parking garage is also free for the event.


  • Halloween Spooktacular on Fifth
    • This event is a family-friendly, fun-filled evening of high-flying acrobats, Super Heroes and live musical acts celebrating Naples’ largest trick or treat celebration.
    • The festival will be on Halloween from 4:30-7:30 p.m. along Naples Historic Main Street.

If you know of any other great Halloween events that are happening this year and aren’t on our list, email us using the correction link below.

And as always, WINK News wants you to be safe. Provided is a link to the FDLE sexual predator data base. Before heading out tonight, do some research to make sure you and your kids aren’t knocking on the wrong door.

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