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Half Term Halloween Fun at Lightwater Valley

Top 10 Spooktacular Things To Discover at Lightwater Valley this Half Term

Here are our top 10 things not to miss when you visit Lightwater Valley this half term, between 24 and 31 October!

1 – Freaky Fairground

There is a whole host of spine-tingling rides to hop aboard in the fairground including the enchanting carousel and Skyrider.

Fairground fun at Lightwater Valley

2 – Trick or Treat Street

Younger visitors will love taking a trip down Trick or Treat Street, knocking on the doors to discover what lies behind.

3 – Ghoul Shoot

Practice your ghost-busting aim and see how many of the ghouls you can catch!

4 – Abandoned Theatre

Venture into the Abandoned Theatre and walk through spooky scenes of wicked witches and friendly ghosts. 

5 – Boo Crew Spotter Trail

Whilst enjoying thrills and chills on the family fun rides be sure to keep an eye out for the 13 hidden ghosts lurking around the park to complete the spotter trail.

6 -Fancy Dress 

Lightwater Valley is encouraging children to come in Halloween fancy dress, it’s more fun if you do and you might even get some treats.

Halloween fancy dress at Lightwater Valley

7 – Character Meet & Greets

Which spooky characters will you meet during your day at the park?

8 – Lady Bird and Little Dipper

Perfect for young families, go for a spin on these two mini coasters!

Ladybird rollercoaster at Lightwater Valley

9 – Make a splash

Head for the Wet N Wild River Rapids and Splash Falls and prepare to get wet!

10 – Amazing Value!

Tickets for October Half Term are just £14.50 for adults or children. There is a limited capacity per day so be sure to book in advance.  

To find out more about Lightwater Valley’s Spooktacular Half Term here.

Spooktacular adventures at Lightwater Valley

Good to know before you go

Lightwater Valley’s October half term event is aimed at under 10yrs and will not be the same as previous Frightwater Valley events.

While most of the rides will be open Lightwater Valley are keeping The Ultimate, Raptor Attack and Apollo ride closed.

Visitors will be encouraged to leave plenty of space around their vehicles in the car park and additional cleaning stations have been installed around the park.

A number of catering facilities will be open, as well as the gift shop, and visitors will need to use contactless card payments whenever possible.

Any visitor who has a temperature, or is showing any other signs of coronavirus, will be asked to stay at home and Lightwater Valley will re-schedule their visit for a future date.

A full list of safety measures and guidelines are available to view on the Lightwater Valley website along with a summary of which rides will be open.

For 2020 to help us manage visitor numbers and keep everyone safe, Lightwater are focusing on running the rides and parts of the Park, which are more suited to a younger family audience.



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