Date(s) - 10/29/2021 - 10/30/2021
NOTE: Due to heavy rains, we will not be opening the maze or spirit garden on Friday, October 29. Friday’s free shuttle is also cancelled. There is no change to the Costume Parade & Contest or Vote & Win Contest.
Get ready for a scary, spooky good time during Occoquan’s Spirits & Spirits!
For the adults and older brave kids, we have a PG13 Haunted Maze. For families and kids, there’s a costume parade on Saturday, October 30 and opportunities to vote for the best decorations, jack-o-lanterns, and costumes at your favorite businesses around town! Learn more at visitoccoquanva.com/spirits
Haunted Maze & DIVE bar
October 29-30 from 5-10pm Friday cancelled
Come prepared to be scared! This 35’ by 40’ Haunted Maze will have 15 themed areas with 32 “scare” zones. PG13. $10 admission. Be advised, the maze may be too scary for young children. DJ dance music and special spooky spirits are available at the Dive Bar, just in front of the Haunted Maze! Food will also be available from D’Roccos Grill.
Costume Parade & Contest
October 30 at 10am
Costumed kids of all ages are welcome to join in the Occoquan Costume Parade! Line up at the 121 Poplar Alley parking lot and the Mayor will lead the group through town to River Mill Park.
Vote & Win! Passport Contest
Stroll through town and vote for the best decorations, costumes and jack-o-lanterns at your favorite businesses! Cast your vote and be entered to win gift cards to use around Occoquan.
October 29-30 at 7pm
In Occoquan, we live and work along side our ghosts. Almost every home, pub, or business has at least one non-living resident that resides within. Take a haunted pub crawl (adults 21+) or tour. See occoquanspirits.com for updates.
Note: The CDC now recommends the wearing of masks in public indoor settings in areas of substantial or high transmission. The health and well-being of our residents, patrons and businesses and local community is paramount. The Town of Occoquan continues to closely monitor information from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and local health and government authorities to guide decisions about Town events.
Last modified: October 29, 2021