Kid Zone Halloween Fun
Scout Island Scream Park, New Orleans newest Halloween attraction, opens on October 5. The island at City Park has been completely transformed and will offer the right scare for every taste. If your nerves are not made of steel or you are looking for something to take the little ones, Scout Island Scream Park invites you to to visit the scare-free kid zone. This is a good way to introduce your children to Halloween without scaring them.
What To Expect
The Kid Zone, which opens on October 6, is an area where you can bring younger kids to celebrate Halloween. Here, you will find several child friendly activities including a hay bale maze, a bounce house and a pumpkin patch where you can select your own pumpkin for your Jack-O-Lantern. Face painters will also be on standby to give your child the right Halloween look. You and your child will also get the chance jump on an old fashioned tractor-pulled hay wagon for an adventure through the wooded swamp perimeter for a non-scary hay ride. The area will be ‘scare light’ as Scout Island Scream Park is setting up which means kids may see actors dressed in costumes or hear attractions rehearsals.
What You Need To Know
Lyft is offering 50% off for 2 rides for Scout Island Scream Park use code SCREAM18 to redeem the offer. You can get to the park any time after 11 a.m. and stay as long as you would like, but the area will close at 6pm. Kid Zone Area only tickets will cost $15. Get your tickets here: ScoutIslandScreamPark.com. Also, use that link to see when the other areas of Scout Island Scream Park are open. School groups can get at discount. There is a 25 person minimum. The group rate is $10 per person. School groups may use areas in the Park for spots for lunch. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for details and to book.
Just In Case
If you are looking for something more frightening the park will offer other zones that will be heavier on the scaring. There will be three haunted attractions: The Devil’s Swamp Terror Tour, Zombie Outbreak Battlefield, and The Scream Factory Haunted Fun House and three fright zones: Cirque du Fear, Blood Bayou, and The Horseman’s Fright Zones.