Mobile sign in image
Sign in
The Bear Creek Halloween Train In Vancouver Goes From Cute To Terrifying Real Quick

The Bear Creek Train may be cute during the day, but once night falls, this train ride turns into a terrifying Halloween experience.

It's all pumpkins, sweet treats, and activities for kids during the day โ€” and then dark sets in and things take a turn.

Bear Creek Train opens on October 16 and has a train ride and mini-golfing for kids every day from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. until October 30.

At 6:30 p.m., though, the Scream Train starts, which is only recommended for children 12 years old and up. You ride through a creepy forest and run into characters with names like Chainsaw Charlie.

On top of getting super scared, you can also get snacks and hot drinks from their concession stand.

Bear Creek Park Scream Train

Price: $11.50 for daytime trains, $14.70 for evening trains

Address: 13750 88th Ave., Surrey, BC

Why You Need To Go: This makes the perfect date night, or spooky night out with friends. It's also a fun and unique option, that's not your average haunted house.


In B.C., a vaccine passport is required to access some events, services and businesses, including restaurants and bars.

Stay Informed
Get Vancouver's latest and greatest stories every day straight to your inbox.

Maan Farms, in Abbotsford, B.C., is known widely for its scream-worthy corn maze, and it's back for the season.

The two new Halloween attractions this year are "The Scariest Forest" and "Pitch Black." Both names are enough to send chills through your bones.

Keep Reading Show less

B.C. has some of the best views in the fall, and so many places to go and see them. Luckily it doesn't always have to be a hike up a mountain, it can also be as easy as driving to a park.

When you see the leaves changing colour to a fiery red, orange, and yellow, it just makes the cold weather more fun.

Keep Reading Show less

A Festive Light Walk Is Coming To Metro Vancouver & It's Giving Us Serious Hallmark Vibes

There's a Gingerbread Lane, light forests, and a magical North Pole Village! ๐ŸŽ„

Lumagica is coming to town! The light extravaganza that has had success all over Europe is coming to Metro Vancouver for the holiday season and it looks super magical.

The website describes the experience like a holiday fairy tale and you'll be able to experience it in Surrey, B.C. between December 3 to December 30 daily from 4 to 10 p.m.

Keep Reading Show less

My neighbourhood is officially one of the coolest in the world, but when I moved here I had no idea.

When moving to Vancouver from the East Coast of Canada this fall I blindly decided on my neighbourhood, with fingers crossed that I would love it.

Keep Reading Show less