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Getting spooked at Camp Spooky

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It’s that time of year! Time to get spooked at Camp Spooky at  Canada’s Wonderland.

The kids haven’t visited Canada’s Wonderland yet this year, so when we got the invite to go we jumped on it. You get the best of both world’s- all the rides plus the park is in decked out in Halloween decor and the kids can dress up in their costumes. Halloween themed kids shows, characters and a trick or treat hunt who could ask for more to get in the spirit of Halloween. Watch our video below to see all the fun we had!

Did you know ? You can visit Camp Spooky for FREE!

Get your 2018 Season Pass now at the lowest possible price of only $69.99! As a benefit to purchasing next year’s Season Pass now, new Passholders will receive one FREE visit this year (and can purchase additional visits for only $14.99), and renewing Passholders will receive one FREE Fast Lane Plus pass valid for one day this season, along with a FREE Fall Bring-A-Friend ticket valid September 9 – October 29 (all offers exclude Halloween Haunt). Purchase or renew now to enjoy the perks of this limited time offer during Camp Spooky!

To read more and to watch their vlog, visit The GG Sisters.

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