You Can Drive-Thru A Haunted Park Filled With Dinosaurs & Ghosts In Ontario This Fall

It's like 'Jurassic Park' with a horror movie twist!
Toronto Senior Staff Writer
Ontario's Dinosaur Halloween Drive-Thru Is Like 'Jurassic Park' With A Spooky Twist

It turns out ghosts and zombies aren't the only things that roam about during Halloween.

You can celebrate the season like you're in prehistoric times at Ontario's dinosaur Halloween drive-thru.

The Indian River Reptile Zoo, located just outside of Peterborough, is getting a spooky transformation next month.

Editor's Choice: 9 Ways To Enjoy The Fall Colours In Ontario If Hiking Isn't Your Thing

You can drive through the massive Dino Park, which has turned into a haunted trail for Halloween Fright Nights.

Enjoy over 60 giant dinosaur replicas that actually roar and move as you journey along the trail.

Along with the dinosaurs, you'll find spooky surprises like ghosts, monsters, clowns, bats, and more.

Tickets cost $20 per car and sell out fast according to the website.

Take a drive through this Jurassic Park meets horror movie adventure for some Halloween fun.

Halloween Fright Nights

Price: $20 per car

When: October 15 - October 31, 2020

Address: 2206 Hwy #7 County Rd. 38, Asphodel-Norwood, ON

Why You Need To Go: Drive through a hunted park filled with massive moving dinosaur replicas and spooky creatures.

Before you get going, check our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and most of all, be respectful on your trip.

Scientists Found A Perfectly Preserved Dinosaur Egg & The Baby Looks Just Like A Chicken

It's said to be the "best dinosaur embryo ever found in history."

Scientists recently announced that a perfectly preserved, fossilized dinosaur egg has been found with an embryo inside, and it looks like it was about to hatch a prehistoric chicken.

Although researchers have uncovered many dinosaur eggs and nests, none have been this perfectly preserved, according to the study published in iScience.

Keep Reading Show less

If you went to a post-apocalyptic-themed Halloween party in Toronto a couple of years ago, you may have partied with British royalty.

Meghan Markle, the duchess of Sussex, revealed on The Ellen DeGeneres Show that she and Prince Harry spent a Halloween in Toronto and didn't get recognized while they were secretly dating.

Keep Reading Show less

Justin Bieber is continuing on with the Halloween fun and his costume honouring fellow Canuck Ryan Reynolds is spot on.

The singer posted a picture of himself on Monday, November 1 in the getup of Reynolds' character in the movie Free Guy, and even had himself worked into the film's poster.

Keep Reading Show less
@adrian4evr | Instagram, Courtesy of Adrian Kieda

Halloween might be over, but there is still spooky fun to be had – especially if you're a Pokémon fan.

For the fourth year, Adrian Kieda, a Toronto YouTuber, has created a massive Pokémon pumpkin display on his front porch on Tarragona Boulevard in Toronto, and this year it includes over 90 pumpkins depicting Gen 4 Pokémon.

Keep Reading Show less