Camdenton, MO – October 25, 2013, 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. This is Ha Ha Tonka State Park’s 20th annual Ha Ha Haunt. Come to the park for this free, family-friendly Halloween activity. The quarter-mile trail from the parking lot to the castle ruins will be lined with jack-o-lanterns carved by Camdenton Elementary students. The students compete in several categories at the local school to see who can carve the best jack-o-lantern then display them at Ha Ha Haunt. At the castle ruins, you can make a s’more over a campfire and enjoy hot chocolate. Kids can do a Halloween craft, get a bag of treats, and try their hand at a bean bag toss to win a prize. The castle lawn will be full of decorations that are always fun to look at and take pictures with.
For more information, call 573-346-2986.
1491 State Road D