Lots of spooktacular fun on tap this weekend!

— Created October 27, 2021 by Kathy Reed

By Kathy Reed

Wondering where to take all those little ghosts, goblins, witches and warlocks for Halloween fun this weekend? Never fear, Whidbey Island is brimming with fearsome fun for the whole family. Here’s a rundown of many Halloween activities taking place this weekend:

Pumpkin Patch and Corn Maze
Find the perfect pumpkin at The Stand at K and R Farms in Oak Harbor, and while there, wander through eight acres of corn maze craziness. Cost of the maze is $5 per person, little ones are free.
Open Daily
11 a.m.-6 p.m.

Three Nights of Pumpkin Lights
Enjoy a jack-o-lantern display and walking tour at Case Farm in Oak Harbor the three nights leading up to Halloween, weather permitting. The event is free, but donations are welcome.
Oct. 28-30, 5:30 – 9 p.m.
98 Case Rd., Oak Harbor

Regency on Whidbey Trick-or-Treat
Meet residents as they pass out candy to trick or treaters.
Friday, Oct. 29
3-5 p.m.
1040 SW Kimball Dr., Oak Harbor

“Goulish Good Time” at Oak Harbor Chamber
The Oak Harbor Chamber of Commerce hosts a drive-through trick-or-treat event. The event is free and will be located in the wooded area next to the Chamber, 32630 SR 20. Enter through Izett Street.
Friday, Oct. 29
3-5 p.m.

NASWI Drive Through Trick-or-Treat
The Officers’ Spouses’ Club of Whidbey Island invites NASWI families to its drive through trick or treat event on the Seaplane Base, across from the Navy Exchange. This is a free event.
Friday, Oct. 29
5-7 p.m.
NAS Whidbey Island Seaplane Base

PG-13 Family Friendly Showing “Practical Magic”
Enjoy the Haunting of Coupeville’s free showing of the film “Practical Magic.” Donations accepted. Doors open at 6 p.m., movie starts at 7 p.m. There will be trivia and family-friendly refreshments will be served.
Friday, Oct. 29
6 p.m.
Coupeville Rec Hall
901 NW Alexander St.

Frightville Haunted House at the Roller Barn
The Frightville Haunted House has more than 100 years of mysterious disappearances, sudden illnesses and unexplained paranormal activity to its credit. It is said bones and old tombs have been discovered on the site. Choose from three different ways to experience this creepy mansion. Limited tickets available.
Friday -Sunday, Oct. 29-31
98 NE Barron Dr., Oak Harbor

Zombie Corn Maze
Do you dare to enter the Zombie Corn Maze at night at Whidbey Farm and Market? Cost is $15 per person, purchase tickets online.
Friday, Oct. 29 and Saturday, Oct. 30
7-10 p.m.
1422 N Monroe Landing Rd., Oak Harbor

Fright at Fort Casey
Fort Casey State Park and the Keepers of Admiralty Head Lighthouse have put together a modified Haunted Fort Casey event following all COVID-19 safety protocols. The fright portion is appropriate for those over 12 and there will be a children’s game area for those under 12. The children’s game area is free, but admission to Fright at Fort Casey is $1 per person. A Discover Pass is required for parking. Masks are required.
Saturday, Oct. 30 and Sunday, Oct. 31
Noon-3 p.m.
Info: 360-678-7475

Decorate a Pumpkin Day
The Langley Chamber of Commerce is getting into the spirit of Halloween  by offering a free pumpkin day in Langley Park, at 2nd and Anthes. Stay and decorate a pumpkin in the park or grab a to-go decorating kit and take it home.
Saturday, Oct. 30
10 a.m.-5 p.m.

Scavenger Hunt
This is a children’s event, but all are welcome to participate. A $10 ticket gets participants either a plain witch’s hat or cape; follow the map to collect feathers, tulle, spiders and more to decorate your hat or cape.
Saturday, Oct. 30
1-4 p.m.
Downtown Coupeville

Coupeville Pumpkin Race
Entries are limited to pumpkins on wheels to see which pumpkin finishes first. Organized heats for safety. Double axle and four wheels required.
Saturday, Oct. 30
2-4 p.m.
Alexander St., just south of Front St., Coupeville

Kids Halloween Egg Hunt
Saturday, Oct. 30
3 p.m.
Fleet Reserve Association Auxiliary
311 SE 8th Ave., Oak Harbor

 No Tricks, Safe Treats
Children ages 14 and younger are invited to don their costumes and head to downtown Oak Harbor for the annual No Tricks, Safe Treats event sponsored by the Oak Harbor Main Street Association. Orange balloons will mark participating merchants for trick or treating locations. Social distancing and face masks required. This is a free event.
Saturday, Oct. 30
3-5 p.m.
Pioneer Way, Oak Harbor

Clinton Drive-Thru Trick or Treat
The Clinton Community Hall will hold its second annual Halloween Drive-Thru Trick or Treat event the day before Halloween. Costumed characters will greet all the little ghosts and goblins and pass out sweet treats as they drive through the Clinton Community Hall parking lot.
Saturday, Oct. 30
4-6 p.m.
Email: info@clintoncommunityhall.org

Torchlight Halloween Parade and Costume Contest
Gather at Cooke’s Corner Park at Main and 9th in Coupeville at 4:45 p.m. and wear your costume and mask to participate.
Saturday, Oct. 30
5 p.m.
Downtown Coupeville 

OH Car Club Trunk-or-Treat
The Oak Harbor Car Club is hosting a trunk-or-treat after the No Tricks, Safe Treats event in Oak Harbor. The event takes place in the parking lot of Windjammer Park.
Saturday, Oct. 30
6-8 p.m.
Windjammer Park parking lot, Oak Harbor

Monster Mash Bash
A spookishly fun dance party with a night full of frights. The haunted dance studio will be filled with ghosts, goblins and ghouls. Cost is $15 per person. Proceeds benefit 2021-2022 Rise Dance Team members.
Saturday, Oct. 30
Funtime Haunted House 5-6 p.m.
Scary Haunted House 7-9 p.m.
Rise Dance Studio, 628 Oak St., Oak Harbor

21+ Movie Night “Practical Magic”
Doors open at 6 p.m. for this free Haunting of Coupeville event. Donations encouraged. Doors open at 6 p.m., “lookalike” show starts at 6:45 p.m., movie starts at 7 p.m. Those 21 and older are welcome; beer, wine and spirits will be served.
Saturday, Oct. 30
6 p.m.
Coupeville Rec Hall
901 NW Alexander St.

Don’t miss out on this free trunk-or-treat event hosted by Island Flyers Trampoline and Tumbling Team.
Sunday, Oct. 31
10 a.m. – 1 p.m.
628 Oak St., Oak Harbor

Blue Fox Drive-In Trunk-or-Treat
Blue Fox Drive-In in Oak Harbor will hold a trunk-or-treat event to celebrate Halloween. Dress up in your costume for an afternoon of fun. The Blue Fox go-karts, arcade and snack bar will be open and free hotdogs donated by the Whidbey Island Lions Club will be served in the snack bar while supplies last.
Sunday, Oct. 31
Noon-3 p.m.
Monroe Landing Rd., Oak Harbor

Knights of Columbus Trunk-or-Treat
The St. Hubert’s Council of the Knights of Columbus invites you to attend its free trunk-or-treat event at the St. Hubert’s Catholic Church in Langley. The hot dog cart will be open, selling one dog for $3 or two dogs for $5. Wear your costume and bring the whole family.
Sunday, Oct. 31
2-5 p.m.
804 3rd St., Langley

Freeland Trunk-or-Treat
Christian Life Center at 1832 Scott Road in Freeland is holding a trunk-or-treat event sure to be fun for the whole family. There will be treats, games, pumpkin decorating and more. This is a free event.
Sunday, Oct. 31
3-5 p.m.

Coupeville Trunk-or-Treat
This free family event at Living Hope Foursquare Church in Coupeville includes games, face painting, candy and prizes.
Sunday, Oct. 31
4-6 p.m.
105 NE Broadway, Coupeville

Living Word Trunk-or-Treat
There will be a trunk-or-treat event at the Living Word Church parking lot. Enjoy cars decorated in all kinds of themes and plenty of candy to go around.
Sunday, Oct. 31
4-6:30 p.m.
490 NW Crosby Ave., Oak Harbor

Oak Bowl Family Halloween Party
Sign up to enjoy an evening of family bowling. $30 per lane, shoes included, for up to six people. Kids under 15 can dress up in costume. There will be a costume contest and treat bags for kids. Must call to register.
Sunday, Oct. 31
5-7 p.m.
531 SE Midway Blvd., Oak Harbor

Next Youth Costume Party
Living Word Church is teaming up with Next Youth Ministry to have a costume party for kids in grades 6 through 12. Enjoy pizza, popcorn, full size candy bars, Italian sodas, a costume contest, air pods giveaway, drive-in movie and more.
Sunday, Oct. 31
7 p.m.
1767 NE Regatta Dr., Oak Harbor

Annual Halloween Candy Buy Back
Left over candy? Playhouse Dental will pay $1 for every pound of unopened Halloween candy and it will be boxed up and sent to our troops through Operation Gratitude.
Monday and Tuesday
Nov. 1 -2
651 SE Maylor St., Oak Harbor