Maze and trick-or-treat trail arrives at SeaWorld Orlando’s Halloween spooktacular

Event runs through Nov. 1

SeaWorld Orlando Halloween Spooktacular (SeaWorld Orlando)

ORLANDO, Fla – Spooky fun and Halloween treats have returned to SeaWorld Orlando.

The annual event gives families the opportunity to dress in Halloween costumes and take part in fun-filled trick-or-treating around the theme park.

SeaWorld Spooktacular (WKMG-TV)

SeaWorld officials said the treat trail will feature individual stations with an assortment of candy favorites.

Candy bag for SeaWorld’s Halloween Spooktacular (WKMG-TV)

Each guest is required to purchase a SeaWorld Trick-or-Treat bag in order to prevent contact between individuals. The unique sea-inspired bags costs $2.49 and can be purchased at multiple locations around the park.

At each candy location, SeaWorld is using a candy chute to deliver the assortments of candy.

SeaWorld Spooktacular (WKMG-TV)

Along with a variety of sugary sweets, the theme park also has a variety of Halloween merchandise, food, games and photo oppurtunities with some spooky characters.

SeaWorld Spooktacular characters, Saturday Sept. 26 (WKMG-TV)

SeaWorld is limiting capacity in it’s Halloween area to promote social distancing.

New additions this year include a twisted Sesame Street inspired Halloween maze and cookie decorating event with Cookie Monster.

Large pumpkin greets people at SeaWorld’s trick-or-treat trail (WKMG-TV)

Count von Count’s spooktacular breakfast will also be available for families who make reservations.

Guests need to make a reservation ahead of their visit as the theme park is limiting the number of guests allowed on the property each day.

Merchandise at SeaWorld’s Halloween Spooktacular (WKMG-TV)

Parkgoers will have to undergo temperature checks and anyone 2 years of age or older must wear face coverings while in the park.

The daytime Halloween event, which is included with park admission, will take place Saturday and Sundays through Nov. 1.

SeaWorld Orlando's Halloween Spooktacular map (SeaWorld Orlando)

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Landon joined News 6 in 2017. He grew up in Southern Illinois and graduated from Southern Illinois University with a bachelors degree in TV and digital media. When he is not at work you can catch him at one of Orlando's theme parks or the beach. Before working at News 6 he worked for stations in Miami and Fort Myers.