Host a Frightfully Spooky Halloween Party (dress-up, of course!), have a Pumpkin-Carving (and/or painting) Party, or just call it a Harvest Party (with some fun games included, of course). All are fun ways to celebrate with your friends and family the night of Halloween at the Campground!
Activities can include Face-Painting, Bobbing for Apples, Mummy Wrap (Teams race to wrap their mummy up the best with toilet paper or crepe paper), What’s under the Box? (Jell-O guts! Spaghetti brains! Grape eye balls!), Pumpkin Bowling, and Pin the Wart on the Witch! These are all easy-prep, easy clean-up games that can be fun for all ages, but obviously more so for kids.
You can also hold a Costume Contest with categories such as Best Homemade Costume, Scariest Costume, Best Group Costumes, Funniest Costume. and more.
Snacks can include Caramel Apples, Spider Deviled Eggs (made with black olives for the spider), Banana Witch Fingers (banana and cream cheese smeared in sandwich, cut into finger-length slices and sliced almonds for a fingernail), pumpkin jello (using hollowed-out orange peels, cut out faces and fill with jello), and more!
Then the night of, with your RV decked out with Halloween Decor (here are some affordable and easy Halloween decorating ideas for your RV), your Halloween costume on, and your party set-up (for Haunted RV ideas, read this), throw on some Monstrous Music and Dazzle in your devilish ways for Halloween at the Campground!