ORLANDO, Fla. — If you’re looking for a frightfully fun time just in time for Halloween, Fun Spot is offering trick-or-treat trails at both of its Florida parks every Saturday in October.
Guests can dress in costumes while they make their way to each candy spot in the park. Park officials said costume masks are not allowed and face coverings are required in the park.
Children ages 12 and younger can participate in trick-or-treating from 4 p.m.-7 p.m.
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The park is asking guests to bring their own reusable bag and are invited to visit each stop once.
Fun Spot said it will place social distancing markers in front of each candy spot location, and employees will be wearing masks, gloves and will drop the candy into the guests' bags.
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“We love trick-or-treating here at Fun Spot America,” CEO John Arie Jr. said. “Bring all your little monsters for a safe and frightfully good time.”
The park is also offering Halloween-themed treats, including apple cider slushies, pumpkin spice milkshakes and seasoned French fries topped with Hot Cheetos dust.
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Editor’s note: Fun Spot America is a sponsor of Channel 9.
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