‘Gators, Ghosts and Goblins’ returning to Gatorland for Halloween

Event beginning Oct. 15

Gators Ghouls and Goblins at Gatorland (Gatorland)

ORLANDO, Fla. – Gatorland is set to welcome back, for the fourth year in a row, its popular “Gators, Ghosts and Goblins” Halloween event.

The daytime family-friendly event will take place on the weekends beginning Oct. 15.

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A number of activities will be on the schedule including themed haunt zones, interactive characters, live polka music, animal meet-and-greets, children’s Halloween Costume Parade with treat bags and the return of Swamp Ghost’s Monster Museum.

“Discover the origins of the world’s most infamous monsters and learn what it takes to hunt the creatures of the night! Learn about legendary creatures like Nessie, Jersey Devil, Chupacabra, Moth Man and more, at Skunk Ape’s Cryptid Kingdom! Can Bubba save the world from an alien invasion? Find out in our newest haunt zone: Invasion of the Bubba Snatchers,” leaders described in a news release.

Gatorland said guests are welcome to wear costumes but is asking nobody wear anything scary, bloody or violent.

“We just love Halloween time at Gatorland and putting on this frightfully fun event for all our guests,” said Mark McHugh, President, and CEO of Gatorland. “It’s our fourth year of everything spooky and kooky at Gators, Ghosts and Goblins. See you there!”

The Halloween event is free with park admission.

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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.