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Halloween is just around the corner and every year, it’s a holiday that focuses on tons of fun! If you’re lucky enough to be spending your Halloween in Vermont and the scenic Quechee, having some Halloween activities lined up is always a good idea. The following are just a few you’ll want to be sure to check out while you’re here!

Family Halloween at Billings Farm & Museum

If you happen to be heading to Quechee this October with the entire family in tow, you’re going to want to be sure to set aside time to enjoy the Family Halloween event at nearby Billings Farm & Museum! This fun experience will be hosted on October 24, 2021, between 10:00 am and 5:00 pm. That means there’s plenty of time to arrive whenever it works in your schedule but when you do—be sure the kids come in costume! Every little one that arrives looking their Halloween best will enjoy free admission to the event, making it not only an exciting but cost-effective moment to add to your Halloween in Vermont itinerary to Quechee this year. In addition to great decorations and flavorful snacks, the Family Halloween event includes activities and games for all ages as well as a costume parade so everyone can show off their holiday apparel. Tractor-drawn hay rides happen throughout the event and promise to be a highlight of the adventure. Be sure not to miss the pumpkin carving before you head out. The Billings Farm & Museum is conveniently located at 69 Old River Road in Woodstock.

Halloween 4-Club Scramble at Eastham Golf Links

Located at 6 Clubhouse Lane, the Eastham Golf Links are no more than 30 minutes from Quechee and in 2021, this location will be hosting the Halloween 4-Club Scramble event that’s ideal for an October traveler with a passion for all things happening on the greens. This holiday-focused and scramble format golf tournament will be held October 24, 2021, between 11:00 am and 4:00 pm with final sign-ups happening October 21st. The entry fee for this tournament is $10 per player and costumes are most definitely encouraged! Each player can use any four clubs of their choosing as long as they bring their sense of fun and adventure along too.

Family Fright Night at the Eastham Community Association

Just 4 miles south from Quechee along I-89, those in the mood for a spooky story time can head to the Eastman Community Association on October 27th. Between 7:00 pm and 8:00 pm, Family Fright Night with Simon Brooks will be in full swing. The center is located at 25 Road Round the Lake in Grantham and guests are invited to bring a blanket and gather around for a scary story hour that’s sure to thrill! While the stories promise to get your heart pounding, there’s plenty of fun infused too. This is a family-fun holiday event you simply won’t want to miss!

Living the Dream Alpaca Farm

If you’re looking to capture that autumn feeling without as much emphasis on anything spooky, Living the Dream Alpaca Farm is a fantastic place to set your sights when you’re in Quechee this October. Open daily from 10:00 am until 5:00 pm, Living the Dream Alpaca Farm is located at 5573 Woodstock Road and offers guests a chance to tour the grounds, meet up with some incredible alpacas and shop apparel and accessories made from alpaca wool! This family-owned business has been serving up exceptional experiences since 2016 and in 2021, a visit here is well worth your while during your Halloween adventures!

Fright River Flyer in White River Junction

If tacking to the tracks is more your style on Halloween, the Fright River Flyer in White River Junction is bound to be a thrilling experience. This historic steam engine welcomes passengers onboard on Halloween night to enjoy its transformation into a spooky, yet fun Fright River Flyer. As you travel from White River Junction to Thetford and back, you’ll be able to enjoy complimentary candy, cider, donuts, and the chance to participate in the onboard costume parade. The train dates back to 1892, giving

If you’re a Halloween enthusiast with a passion for pursuing the paranormal this time of year, the Haunted Railroad Bridge in nearby Hartford will be a great first stop. Just over 2.5 miles from Quechee, this bridge is said to still be visited by the spirits of nearly 30 travelers who perished in 1887 when the Montreal Express went over the wood bridge.

Book Your Quechee Getaway Today

When you’re ready to enjoy a visit to Quechee, the team at Carefree Quechee Vacations is here to help! Reach out today to learn more about our many property options and how we can help you start planning your next trip. We can’t wait to see you in Vermont soon!