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Halloween 2020

You may be feeling that 2020 has been scary enough, but celebrating Halloween can still be fun and safe. We're shining light into the darkest corners of the county to find exciting things to do this October. So put on your mask and get ready for treats!

Picking Your Pumpkins

Many local farms offer u-pick pumpkin patches. Re-focus the kids from candy and costumes to agricultural romps. Enjoy harvesting pumpkins, gourds and seasonal sunflowers. Get your hands and boots dirty and take some fun seasonal photos.

Celebrate Halloween with a special family adventure at one of these great local pumpkin patches.… More Info

Stay Safe This Halloween

This year staying safe is not just avoiding goblins, ghouls and ghosts... protect yourself and others from the scary coronavirus by sticking to Halloween activities limited to your household, enjoying virtual events, practicing physical distancing and wearing a mask. Lane County has recommendations for a safe holiday with activities evaluated by low, moderate and high risk. 

Halloween Events

There are some events still happening in the community. These Halloween events have been re-structured to meet Covid-19 protocols.

Local Haunts

The Heceta Head Lighthouse Bed and Breakfast has tantalizing lore retold by locals and if you are brave enough, it's a charming and genteel Halloween overnight.

Heceta Head Lighthouse Bed & Breakfast by Melanie Griffin
Heceta Head Lighthouse Bed & Breakfast by Melanie Griffin


But a better bet for getting spooked is the drive through haunted hayride past the 1910 Tomseth House in Dorris Ranch. The nighttime ramble through the filbert orchard is chock-full of zombies, ghosts, mummies and historic figures eager to reach out and touch you. Stay tuned for details as they adjust this event to adhere to COVID-19 protocols. 

Or add some milder excitement to a lovely, leafy autumn hike! Nearby Nature features an annual children's haunted hike which will be showcased online this year, spotlighting nighttime critters from moths to bats. 

This Halloween, discover eight haunted places from the Oregon Coast to the mountains. Ghost… More Info

More Spooky Ideas 

  • The "Broadway Streatery" in downtown Eugene is open through October 31—Restaurants dish up at outside tables.
  • Scary movies — Stay home and scare yourself. Or if horror is not your thing, check out movies that feature Lane County! Order pizza or pop some popcorn. If you get really inspired make some popcorn balls!
  • Follow the chowder trail in Florence —nothing like sipping warm chowder while looking out over a foggy ocean.
  • Bake an apple pie — Instead of picking pumpkins, pick local apples, then spend Halloween being domestic.
  • Carve your pumpkins — This is good old fashioned fun!
  • Chuck some axes — Oregon Axe offers a unique sport for those 12 and up.
Oregon Axe
Oregon Axe is open for groups of ten or less per lane.