Win Family Passes to Fairytale Town’s Safe & Super Halloween

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As a parent of young children, safety is a priority, especially when it comes to Halloween.  Well, Fairytale Town really GETS this and provides not only a safe, but a super fun environment for families at Halloween time.  In fact, they have been doing it for 27 years!  This year, Fairytale Town presents its Super & Safe Halloween: A Hobbit Adventure from 5-9pm on the evenings of October 25, 26 & 27th.

Safe  Super Halloween at Fairytale Town 5“Join us as we transform Fairytale Town into the magical world of J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Hobbit. Trick or treat at 17 candy stations as you journey through Middle Earth on your way to the Lonely Mountain. Peek into the elven kingdom of Rivendell, explore Bilbo Baggin’s hobbit hole, and wander through the forest—but remember to stay clear of goblins and orcs! Keep an eye out for Gandalf, dwarves, elves, hobbits and even Smaug the dragon! Plenty of photo ops, games, candy and family fun await!”

In addition to trick-or-treating, the fun will include costume parades, puppet shows, hands-on activities, and of course, the park itself with its fairytaled-themed slides,  gardens, and climbing structures….and so much more. This is sure to be your kids’ favorite Halloween party this year!

Advance tickets are required and are discounted if purchased before October 25.  Click here for more ticket information. 

Now, if you would like to win a family 4-pack to this year’s Hobbit Adventure, leave a comment at the end of this post telling us what your child loves most about fairytale town.  One lucky reader will be randomly selected on Wednesday, October 23, 2013.  Good luck!

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26 thoughts on “Win Family Passes to Fairytale Town’s Safe & Super Halloween

  1. My family is a year and a half here and have yet to enjoy what your park has to offer, but we would love an opportunity to find out. Now, I would like to address the phrase of your ad about safe trick or treating, which I don’t challenge, in the kind of socially-safe sense, but with so much candy artificial these days, in days when artificial is becoming increasingly toxic; my challenge to you is to only supply candy made with real sugar or fruit sweeteners, and no artificial colors & GMO free. This could be found in Trader Joe’s Stores and also co-ops and even online. -a concerned mom

  2. My son loves the numerous slides found throughout the place. His favorite slide is the Old Woman in the Shoe. At age 3 he could not get enough of it. Time to go back as he is now age 6 and we are long overdue for a return visit. How fun to enjoy it as Middle Earth!

  3. My children have never been to fairy tale town. So it would be A great opportunity for them to see what they enjoy most about it. They are however huge fans of the hobbit.

  4. My son and daughter both love the slide the best but they have fun throughout the park. We have never gone for Halloween and I know they would love it because they are fans of The Hobbit too. Thank you for the opportunity to win passes.

  5. Unfortunately we have never had a chance to go! We just moved to the area from Ohio and we will definitely be checking this out. I don’t see how our son won’t love it though, we are big on fantasy shows and games!

  6. My son has always loved Fairytale Town. It’s like a big playground where he can run, climb, learn and have fun with lots of other children. His favorite activity is probably the garden, though. He can spend hours watering the plants.

  7. We love the “tree house slide” (owl)….our son insists it is a magic tree house and from one of his books that he reads. Too cute!

  8. My daughter <3's the crooked maze and the moat around the park….Oh and the Old Lady's shoe slide…..I love the park it and play section (play structures). 🙂

  9. Lol sorry please delete post…thought this was Safetyville. We are so lucky to have so many fun things in the area. Never been to Fairytale town for Halloween but my son does love all the slides!

  10. Our kiddos absolutely love the farm animals. We were lucky enough to see them shear some of their lambs once. It’s a great child-appropriate environment-stimulating, yet not overwhelming. We’ve never done the Halloween activities there, so this would be such a treat to attend this year. Thank you!

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