It’s Halloween season, which means you can get out and enjoy the beautiful fall weather.
It also means you can get scared out of your pants at the same time.
Myra Canyon Adventure Park’s Scare Park opens Friday afternoon and will run every day until Nov. 2. Owner Greg Fedoriuk was putting the finishing touches on his horror scenes when reached earlier this week, but his lips were sealed.
“I don’t want to give too much away,” Fedoriuk said with a laugh, although he did admit those who are brave enough to venture through the terrifying territory may see a zombie or two.
The Scare Park will be open daily from 5 to 10 p.m. starting tonight, and it is also has a special offer for this weekend only: $20 for those over age 10, $10 for those 10 and under and free for those four and under.
After this weekend it will cost $25 per person or $100 for a family of six.
That admission fee isn’t just to venture through the Scare Park, as patrons are encouraged to enjoy the entire Myra Canyon Adventure Park as well, but the ropes and challenge courses are closed for the season. There will be other fun to be had as well, including a foam archery range, laser tag and the usual entertainment the park provides for those of all ages.
“It’s a good hour of fun if you want to walk through slow and enjoy yourself,” Fedoriuk said.
There will be burn barrel stations and hot chocolate on site to keep park-goers warm.
Myra Canyon Adventure Park is located at 4429 June Springs Rd., southeast of Kelowna.
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