If you love creepy and spooky fun come on out to Twin Lakes State Park for our 3rd annual Haunting on the Lake Friday, October 26th & Saturday, October 27th 2012, for a spooky good time!
The first hike will start at 6:00 p.m. and it will be a child friendly hike so bring the little monsters out for a great adventure. Kids can wear their costumes and try and scare the park rangers. The last hike will be about 10:30 p.m. We will also have a pumpkin patch for kids or adults to purchase a pumpkin and paint it if you like. We’ll also have bouncy castles for kids to enjoy.
Haunting on the Lake is a family-friendly event for all ages
On Friday, October 26th, Francis Woods will be here to tell scary stories around the campfire. It will start just after dark. Sounds like a scary good time. On Saturday, October 27th, we will have a costume parade and trick or treating around the campground for anyone that wants to participate. The parade starts at 4:00 p.m. in front of the Main Office A contest for the best decorated campsites will take place and the prizes will be awarded for the best site. Come on out to enjoy all the wicked cool fun for all ages!
Ghost and goblins will haunt the trails along the lake
The Haunting on the Lake will start at 5:00 p.m. both nights and end at 11:00 p.m. he concession stand will be open for food, warm beverages, and let the scare begin. The cost for the hayride and hike is $5 per person and kids 3 and under are free. Costs for the pumpkins are $3 each and no extra cost for painting. Parking is free to our entire brave guest that wishes to come out and get scared. Park employees can’t wait to see the little ghost and goblins this year. If you would like to know more information, click here or email us or call the main office at 434-392-3435.
Twin Lakes State Park is near Farmville, about an hour southwest of Richmond. To get there, take U.S. 360 West of Burkeville to Route 613. Then go east on Route 629.
Drive Time: Northern Virginia, three to four hours; Richmond, one to one and a half hours; Tidewater/ Norfolk/ Virginia Beach, two and a half to three hours; Roanoke, three hours.