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Thank you to the nearly 2,000 people who attended this year’s Spooktacular! It was an amazing weekend! We’re already planning next year. 

Mark your calendars! Our 2020 Spooktacular event will take place
Friday, October 16, and Saturday, October 17. 


All activities are girl-planned. Most are girl-created. Past activities have included:

  • Ghost Walk
  • Hayride
  • Professional storyteller
  • Seasonal Skits
  • Marshmallow Roasting
  • Pretzel Dipping 
  • Apple Dipping 
  • Dancing with the DJ
  • Tombstone Scavenger Hunt
  • Carn-evil

Frequently Asked Questions

Is there food available to purchase?

Yes, we have hot dogs, chili, meatball subs, chips, candy, soda, & water available to purchase. The food will be available to purchase during all sessions.

Can we dress in costumes?

Costumes are optional. You may choose to wear them. Remember, most activities are outside and you will be walking through camp so please dress for the weather and wear comfortable shoes.

What should we bring?
  • Flashlights (extra batteries)
  • Comfortable walking shoes
  • Sweatshirt or jacket (it gets cold after the sun goes down)
  • Money if you’d like to purchase food items or a souvenir from our Trading Post
Do we have to pay for refreshments?

Included with admission is hot chocolate at different sites in camp, raisins, roasting marshmallows and a chocolate dipping station for your enjoyment at no charge. S’mores kits will be available to purchase to enhance your marshmallow roasting experience. Additional food will also be available for sale.

Is Spooktacular scary?

The Ghost Walk may be frightening to some people. The girls may choose to not participate in this activity. The hayride has some scary looking creatures on the trail. You may close your eyes! Some of the skits the teens perform may be a little scary. If you have concerns, come to the Saturday afternoon session. Everything is less scary when the sun is out.

Do I have to stay the entire time?

You may leave any time you want. You can do as much or as little as you want.


How do I get around camp?

You walk to and from each activity/station. You walk all through camp. Strollers may have a difficult time maneuvering through camp. Please remember to wear comfortable shoes.


What if it rains?

You should bring rain gear in case of rain. Most of the activities are outside. If we cancel the event due to severe inclement weather, you will receive an e-mail advising you of the cancellation.