Looking for something fun to do this weekend? Well, you still have two more days to check out Fright Fest at Six Flags New England!
Our family had a chance to check out the event, and we had a frighteningly good time!
Avery had fun on the Trick or Treat Trail, and refused to share her candy with mommy and daddy!
We played games, and won cool prizes!Avery was thrilled to eat her fill of cotton candy! And of course we spent a lot of time riding all the fun rides! (there are plenty of rides for the younger kiddos!) I also loved that they offer a “No Boo For You” necklace for those who do not want to be approached by the ghouls and goblins lurking around the park! This weekend is the FINAL weekend of the event, and Six Flags has some extra fun in store!
Six Flags New England is closing out their season by hosting a winter clothing drive to “share the warmth” with Square One. On Sunday, November 1, guests are invited to bring a new or gently used winter clothing to be donated to Square One, who will distribute the items to local families in need. Guests who donate smaller items, including hats and gloves, will receive a coupon for $20.15 off the Main Gate admission price. Donations of winter coats or boots will earn a FREE ticket for the last day of Fright Fest! Guests can also purchase candy canes off the prize tree to receive a special prize. Each pick costs $2, and all proceeds will benefit Square One. Six Flags New England will continue with its Giving Campaign as guests can win their way to FREE admission with the park’s annual Smashing Pumpkins Event. Guests are invited to bring their unwanted pumpkins to Six Flags New England as they smash their way into savings. Guests will launch their pumpkin at a target, with a chance to win FREE admission or other park discounts.
Coat Drive: Sunday, November 1
12:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. Representatives from Square One will be onsite. The collection of clothing items will last all day.
Smashing Pumpkins: Saturday, October 31 & Sunday, November 1
12:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. (Both Days)
Our family had a great time at Fright Fest, there was plenty for Avery (age 3) to do and we went before it got too scary for her (though she is definitely the bravest in our family!) We can’t wait to go back next Halloween season!