Ogden’s George S. Eccles Dinosaur Park will turn into carnivore carnival for Halloween! It is a must-see stop for families in Ogden during the month of October as the haunted forest comes alive with prehistoric spooks, and the only time you can visit the Park in the dark! The Park will be covered in Halloween décor that is family friendly and offers little witches and goblins a unique trick or treating experience. The entire park is covered with nearly 1,000 strands of light.
- Carnivore Carnival is open October 17, 18, 19 and 25, 26 from 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm. Paid admission includes 5 or more volunteer carnival games, candy prizes and a dinosaur-based scavenger hunt. Community Partners and Park friends will be dressed up, offering treats and 5+carnival games each Carnival night.
- Costume Parade- Please come dressed in your Halloween Costume. Nightly costume parade at 8:00 PM. Prizes and costume awards.
- Carnival Admission- Discounted Admission Special Event prices apply ($3 for adults/ seniors, $5 for children 2-12 yrs.) Members receive 50% admission discounts ($1.50 for adults, $2.50 for children) on special event prices. The Park does not accept coupons or other offers during special events.
- Monday Family Night Flash Light Adventure, October 21, 28, 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm. All the Halloween lights, décor and dinosaur based scavenger hunt, just minus the carnival games and candy. Please bring a flash light!
- Monday Family Night Flashlight Adventure Admission- Discounted Admission Special Event prices apply ($3 for adults/ seniors, $5 for children 2-12 yrs.) Members are admitted free, however you must print a ticket online and present membership pass on day of use.
Open year round, the Ogden Dinosaur Park is a community gem. It houses over 100 realistic, life-sized dinosaurs brought to life through robotics, state-of-the-art sound systems and artistic effects.
The Park is managed and supported by the Ogden Dinosaur Park & Museum Foundation, a non-profit entity organized solely for the benefit of providing a unique educational and recreational benefit to families everywhere.
For more information visit www.dinosaurpark.org or call (801) 393-DINO (3466).