Tis’ the season for all things spooky. Dress up in your best costume and get ready for all of the Halloween fun happening around Hunterdon County over the next couple of weeks. Whether you’re looking for haunted houses and ghost stories or events for the kids, we have you covered with our 2022 Halloween Guide.






Fire Side Ghost Tales at Odette’s Overlook

When: October 12 & 19, 7-8 pm
Where: River House at Odette’s, 274 S. River Road, New Hope, PA

On Wednesday, October 12th and 19th, experience an interactive evening that will feature an informal talk and Q&A with historian and Ghost Tour guide, Carolyn Randolph. Specializing in Bucks County history, Randolph will discuss tales of the city and the surrounding towns to shine a new light on its fascinating past and the bold names whose presence still roam the area to this day. There will also be a psychic at the event that will read your past, present and future. The event is free to attend. RSVP by calling 215-682-2022 ext. 3 and request Odette’s Overlook for Fire Side. It’s a first come, first serve event with limited seating.

32nd Annual Haunted Red Mill Experience

When: October 14-15, 21-22 and 28-29
Where: 56 Main Street, Clinton, NJ

Get spooked at the Red Mill’s fright fest. Not recommended for children under age 13.

Ghost Tours of New Hope

When: Month of October, Fridays and Saturdays, 8 pm
Where: Corner of Main and Ferry, by the Benjamin Perry Mansion, New Hope

Don’t disappoint our ghosts by missing out on their stories! Head out on ghost tours of New Hope on Saturday nights at 8:00. Meet at the corner of Main and Ferry by the Benjamin Parry mansion.

Farm of Horrors

When: Sept. 30 – Oct. 30, Friday-Sunday
Where: 1051 County Route 523, Flemington, NJ

Spend 45 minutes making your way through 200+ acres of fright. It starts with a hayride that scares the “yell” out of you. Then, get dropped off in the middle of nowhere for a treacherous trek through the “trail of terror.” Just when you think you’re almost home, realize the only way back is through the MassAcre Maize. Once that’s over, enter your final nightmare, the Carnevil of Chaos!

Haunted Trails 

When: October 22nd, 6:00 – 8:00 pm
Where: Bucks County Audubon Society Visitor Center, 2877 Creamery Road, New Hope, PA

This fun and family-friendly event is perfect for families with kids ages 4-14 (but definitely can be enjoyed by all). Groups go out onto the trails roughly every 30 minutes, so while you wait for the next group to go out, enjoy storytelling around the campfire, Halloween crafts, face-painting, seasonal refreshments and more at the Education Center! Admission is $5/person (BCAS Member), $10/person (Non-Member) or $20/family (BCAS Members), and $30/family (Non-Members).

Bram Stoker’s Dracula by Roxet Ballet Company

When: October 21-23 & 28-30
Where: The Mill Ballet Event Center, 46 North Sugan Road, New Hope, PA

Kicking off the fall season, Roxey Ballet stages its dance adaptation of Bram Stoker’s Dracula. Roxey Ballet’s “Dracula” interprets Stoker’s famed horror story through a complete sensory experience of movement, music, and spoken word with pyrotechnic, sound, and lighting effects. Showcasing 16 world-class professional artists, the performances take place throughout NJ and at the Mill Ballet Event Center in New Hope.

First Annual Lambertville Halloween Film Fest

When: October 20-23
Where: ACME Screening Room, 25 S Union Street, Lambertville, NJ

ACME Screening Room presents Lambertville’s first ever film festival celebrating all things horror and Halloween. This 3-day film festival includes a masquerade ball, ghost tours, vendors, artists, and a selection of horror feature and short films.

Happy Haunts at Red Mill Museum Village

When: October 15, 22 and 29, 10 am – 1 pm
Where: Red Mill Museum Village, 56 Main Street, Clinton, NJ

A spooky fun and family friendly event for kids of all ages. Enjoy an abbreviated Haunted Red Mill experience. There will be a haunted hayride, apple cider, donuts, face painting and pumpkins.

Halloween Train Excursion at New Hope Railroad

When: October 8-30, select dates
Where: New Hope Railroad, 32 W. Bridge Street, New Hope, PA

Attend the “Halloween Event” or take a ride on the Trick or Treat Train at New Hope Railroad. The Halloween Event operates on select dates from Oct. 8-30. the train leaves the New Hope Train Station and ventures into the unknown for a 40 minute ride. The Trick or Treat Train offers a safe place for families and children to enjoy Halloween.The 45-minute Halloween excursion includes a live reading of Spookley the Square Pumpkin, as well as seasonal songs performed by one of the railroad’s musicians. After arriving back to New Hope, passengers can trick or treat around the station platform for more treats and surprises with costumed characters. All ages are welcome and costumes. are encouraged!

Halloween Bash at Artie’s Grill

When: October 29, 7:30 pm doors open
Where: Artie’s Bar & Grill, 1121 NJ-12, Frenchtown, NJ

Dot miss ROCK KANDY as they return to Arties with their ultimate 80’s Experience. Come join the fun -$5.00 cover Wear your favorite 80’s outfit and come party
7:30 doors 8pm show.

New Hope Celebrates High Heel Drag Race & After Party

When: October 30th, 2:30 pm
Where: Havana New Hope, 105 S. Main Street, New Hope, PA

The theme for our 18th Annual High Heel Drag Race is, “All That Glitters Are Ghouls”. Race participants must carry a pumpkin up a hill, decorate the pumpkin, and race back down the hill. There is a $25 non-refundable registration fee required in advance, limited to the first 15 participants. Held rain or shine, this is a Halloween spectacular, whether you are participating or watching! Join New Hope Celebrates and our LGBTQ+ community for the High Heel Drag Race After Party at Havana in New Hope. Everyone will be doing the monster mash and drinks will be available for guests 21 and older. This is a long-standing tradition and highlight of the fall season.

Flemington Halloween Parade

When: October 27, 5-6:30 pm
Where: Flemington, NJ

The 2022 Annual Kids Halloween Costume Parade takes place on October 27th on Main Street in Flemington. Prize categories are funniest, spookiest and most original. There is a dog costume contest as well.

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