What to do on Halloween in Portland


There are options for kids of every ages this Halloween

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — Halloween is finally here and if staying home and passing out candy to trick-or-treaters isn’t your thing, there are countless ways to get out and celebrate.

If you like to be scared, there are plenty of haunted house options in the Portland area.

Fearlandia in Tigard is one of the top-rated haunted houses in the area. (KOIN)

Fearlandia has been rated the top haunted attraction in Oregon several years in a row. Portland’s largest Halloween event, Fear PDX, also boasts as “Portland’s scariest haunted house.”

If you want a less scary, more family-friendly haunted house experience, Kids Monster Fest at the Memorial Coliseum has you covered. The daytime haunted house is made for kids under 12.

Take your really little ones to the Not-So-Haunted play structure at the Wiggle Room in Northeast Portland, which is open 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Halloween.

If you procrastinated on visiting the pumpkin patch — it’s not too late. Local farms are still open, many even through the weekend.

KOIN Favorites: 6 pumpkin patches in the Portland area

The McMenamin’s Crystal Ballroom is having a 90’s dance flashback night starting at 9 p.m. on Halloween. Wear a costume and move your feet to the best songs from 20 years ago.

We never know what we’re going to get in terms of weather, but Halloween 2019 is shaping up to be a perfect night. The forecast shows clear conditions with temperatures in the 50s.

KOIN 6 Halloween weather forecast

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