The Kid Zone at Scout Island Scream Park

The Kid Zone at Scout Island Scream Park – Family Halloween Fun

Disclosure :: The information provided about this family fun event is sponsored by New Orleans City Park.

Want to take your younger kids to the Scout Island Scream Park? You’re in luck, check out the new Kid Zone!

The Kid Zone is an area for families to bring younger kids to celebrate Halloween with face painting, a hay bale maze, bounce house, kid focused entertainment, a pumpkin patch where guests can hand select a pumpkin, and featuring a red and white stripped high-peak tent at its center. Guests can board one of our old fashioned tractor-pulled hay wagons for an adventure through the wooded swamp perimeter for a non-scary hay ride.

Here’s what you need to know before you go:

Dates:: Everyday between October 6th and October 31stThe brand new kid zone at scout island in city park

Time :: 11:00 am to 6:00 pm

Location :: 1034 Harrison Avenue, NOLA 70124

Cost :: $15/p (all-inclusive Kid Zone Area only ticket)

Tickets :: You can find your tickets HERE. Trouble with tickets? Call David at (504) 483-9419 or Natalie at (504) 483-9417.

For more details, visit their website HERE.

Guests can arrive at any time after 11am and stay as long as they’d like, but the area will close at 6pm. Tickets may be purchased on ScoutIslandScreamPark.com.

Want to avoid the scary attractions all together? Here are some tips!

On days Scout Island Scream Park is open, the area will be ‘scare light’ as Scout Island Scream Park is setting up (kids may see actors dressed in costumes or hear attractions rehearsals). On the days Scout Island Scream Park is not open, nothing scary will occur. Visit ScoutIslandScreamPark.com for all dates and details.

School groups are 25 person minimum and $10/person. School groups may use areas in the Park for spots for lunch. Contact [email protected] for details and to book.

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