Free printable spooky paper toys, creepy crafts, haunted Halloween fun and scary activities

Do you love yourself a deliciously spooky Halloween? Yes, please!! Do you anticipate a terrifically terrifying trick-or-treat? Maybe you go all out on a ghostly decorations Hallow-palooza? If so, don't miss this website.  (how's that for dark, and foreboding) redefines Halloween fun with a gigantic collection of vintage Gothic paper toys you can print free. There are free printable Halloween decorations featuring any kind of creepy thing you could want.
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Print and make 3D haunted house, manor, chapel and train dioramas. Create a graveyard scene "peopled" by undead soldiers and a ghostly pirate ship with zombie pirates. Make paper models of a spectral carriage, a bullet-riddled gangster car and a medieval battle-hearse.

How to find Halloween corn mazes, pumpkin patches and U-Pick apple orchards

Looking for local pumpkin patches  in your area? How about a corn maze to take the kids to? Maybe you want to see what Halloween events and activities are going on nearby? There's an easy way to locate all of those and and more autumn events, using this handy fall fun finder.
Pumpkin Patches and More is a comprehensive database of autumn harvest venues organized by state. Click the link for your state. You'll be taken to a page of regional links. Find your region. From that link, you'll see a list of counties in your area, each with a list of Halloween activities--everything from apples to zombies!
Venues listed on the website offer such things as:
  • apple orchards
  • fall bakeries
  • beehives
  • children's activities
  • cider mills
  • corn mazes
  • costume contests
  • donuts
  • educational activities
  • fall festivals
  • farmers markets
  • field trips
  • hay mazes
  • hay rides
  • horse-drawn carriages
  • horse rides
  • haunted barns
  • haunted houses
  • nature trails
  • night time events (farms, orchards, pumpkin patches and corn mazes get a spooky evening makeover)
  • orchards
  • pumpkin patches
  • petting zoos
  • pick your own pumpkins, apples and other produce
  • play lands
  • spooky barns
  • train rides
  • trick-or-treating
  • tours
  • U-pick apples
  • wagon rides
  • wineries
  • zombie paintball (check that link for places to play that Halloween role-play game)
Write-ups provide venue addresses, phone numbers, maps and website links (if available) along with detailed explanations of what to see and do. If available, pumpkin and apple prices are listed along with any costs for events. The website lists varieties of apples and other fruits and vegetables that farms may offer seasonally. The website is updated regularly.
Scroll around for apple and pumpkin recipes, pumpkin carving templates to print, pumpkin choosing tips, Halloween facts, corn maze ideas and more. Visit this companion link for state-by-state pick-your-own produce farms.

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