The El Paso Zoo is bringing back the wildest trick or treat event in town on October 28-29 at 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

More than 19,000 visitors are expected over the two-day weekend. Attractions include trick-or-treat stations, animal encounters, children’s activities, games, frightfully delightful decorations, pumpkin bowling, a creepy crawly glow in the dark bug room, an alligator alley haunted house, Zoo-rassic park and more.

Guests are invited to wear costumes. The first 2,500 children each day will receive a recyclable trick-or-treat bag. Activities and candy stations are provided at no cost with paid admission (with exception of giraffe feeding, train and carousel rides).

Boo at the Zoo provides families a fun and safe environment to celebrate Halloween along with the Zoo’s exotic and wild residents, the animals. The zoo will extend their hours from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Admission is $12 for everyone aged 13 and over, $7.50 for everyone under. Seniors pay $9 and anyone under 2 years will be free.

 

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