An Oregon Coast Halloween hops so be sure to get in on some of the fun if you’re in the area. There’s plenty of jack-o-lanterns, scary monsters, ghostly apparitions, and fun from one end of the coast to the other.
Salem – October 28 – 31
This Oregon Coast Halloween haunted house has scared visitors for 27 years and they go all out. They use strobe lights, fog machines and staff in costumes for plenty of frights. If you want an even scarier adventure, try Pitch Black and navigate with just a glow stick. General admission is $15.
Florence – October 28 – 31
This Oregon Coast Halloween attraction is not for the faint of heart or small children. The cash entry fee of $5 supports local youth theater. You’ll wind through the maze to find ghouls, monsters, and fiendish surprises. Prepare to be startled and have fun!
Annual Downtown Safe Trick or Treat
Coos Bay – October 29
Kids can treat or treat safely on the streets of downtown Coos Bay from 3pm on. Participating merchants display a giant pumpkin poster in their window, or pick up a list from the Coos Bay Fire Department.
Seaside – October 29
Get an early start in Seaside on the 29th with Boo’s, Blues & Brews, sponsored by the Seaside Downtown Development Association. Your spectacular costume and two cans of food are all you need to partake in the evening’s fun. Enjoy comedy and juggling while listening to live blues music, and stick around for the costume contest. Don’t miss the BBQ pulled pork dinner either!
Seaside – October 28 – 31
This weekend of fun includes family activities throughout downtown Seaside. Kids can make crafts, get their face painted or choose an airbrush tattoo, or decorate a pumpkin. Listen to spooky tales or check out the aquatic touch tank. Bring along your pet and enter them in the costume contest and parade on the 30th. Don’t forget trick or treating on the 31st along with a children’s costume contest with prizes.
Lincoln City – October 29th
Oregon Coast Halloween includes a free costume party for adults at the Chinook Winds Convention Center in Lincoln City. It features prizes for costumes, a DJ from 9 PM – 1:30 AM, and a no-host bar.
Lincoln City – October 29
Lincoln city’s vintage movie theater presents an Alfred Hitchcock classic, Murder, on Saturday the 29th. This early Hitchcock thriller delves into a juror’s personal investigation into a murder after her friend’s conviction. This Halloween event is only $2.
Lincoln City – October 31
If you have small children bring them to the Lincoln City Outlets between 5 and 7pm to treat or treat in a safe, central location. Participating merchants will be sure to delight the wee ones and you’ll save your feet.
Depoe Bay – October 31
Depoe Bay buzzes with life on Halloween night, particularly at the community center. There are games, food and fun and kids can trick or treat around town too.