Find Halloween fun in Orlando this month
Spooky season is here! If you’re looking for scary but socially-distanced and safe ways to frighten up some fun this month, Toyota of Orlando has you covered. Check out these eerie events and don’t forget your mask – your face mask, that is. Happy haunting!
SeaWorld Orlando’s Spooktacular: Hit the park this weekend and next for some sea-riously scary Halloween fun! Guests can wear costumes, trick or treat, enjoy a free Halloween-themed breakfast, scare up some fun on the roller coasters and on Sesame Street, and see all of their favorite ocean friends. Masks and reservations are required!
Halloween Drive In Movie at Old Town: Drive-in movies are a nostalgic way to see things on the big screen but still maintain social distancing. The movie begins at dusk every Sunday this month and it’s first come, first serve. Admission is $10 per car and includes all seated passengers.
Crescent Cinema: Hocus Pocus: It’s just a bunch of hocus pocus… if you head to Crescent Park in Lake Nona to see Hocus Pocus on the big screen! Bring your mask and be ready to social distance while enjoying kettle corn, donuts, funnel cakes, and a surprise spooky appearance from your favorite wicked witches. The event starts at 6:30 pm this Saturday, October 17, and don’t forget your mask.
Howl-O-Ween Pet Photos: Your four-legged friends deserve to get in on the frightful fun! Head to Wolfgang Bakery in Dr. Phillips this Tuesday, October 20 at 11 am to have a Halloween-themed photo shoot with them. Packages start at $25 and you should reserve your spot ahead of time.
The Great Pumpkin Paddle: Light up the night at Grills Lakeside on Orange Blossom Trail next Friday, October 23! Rent a paddleboard and take your jack-o-lantern for a spin on the water and a seriously spooky sight. Grills will provide the boards, a light for your pumpkin, and a bit of instruction if you bring the carved jack-o-lantern (real or fake, doesn’t matter). You’ll hit the water at 6 pm.
Zoo Boo Bash: Scare up some fun at the Central Florida Zoo this weekend and next at 9 am. Let your little ones trick or treat, show off their costumes, and see all of their favorite animal friends in a safe and socially-distanced environment! Be sure to reserve your spot ahead of time. Guests over 13 will need to wear a mask.
Haunted Hike in the Garden: Take a haunted hike through Mead Botanical Garden… at night. Hike by moonlight and listen to spooky tails over the course of 40 minutes. You’ll also be able to take in old scary films before you leave and adult beverages and treats are available for purchase. Reserve your spot ahead of time – group size is limited – and be sure to bring your mask and close-toed shoes.
We hope you have a wicked-good weekend… and if you’re in need of a new ride, we’re open and waiting! See all of our scary-good deals on new and used Toyotas. Toyota of Orlando is located at 3575 Vineland Road, just off I-4 across from Millenia Mall.