Saturday, October 30, 2010
Neighbors | Shaiyla HakeemNiles residents Lauren Neopolitan (left), Ella Nagy, Nicholas Neopolitan, Gaven Nagy and Michael Neopolitan visited the Boardman Park Oct. 15 for its annual Family Friendly Haunted Wagon Ride. The rides will continue through today.
Boardman Park’s Family Friendly Haunted Hayride is routed along Sugar House Nature Trail featuring scary sights and scenes that focus more on the boo factor than the gore factor. The park has been hosting the hayride for more than 30 years.
Poland’s Lattanzio, and Girard’s Faur and Ciccarelli families waited in line for the Family Friendly Haunted Wagon Ride Oct. 15 at Boardman Park. The park provides two wagons for the trail.
Boardman Park’s annual Family Friendly Haunted Wagon Hayride has been scaring and sharing its Halloween fun for more than 30 years.
The rate is $3 for children, $5 for adults, $12 for Boardman resident families and $15 for nonresident families. The hayride, which lasts for about 20 minutes, provides fun and safe environment for all ages to enjoy the Halloween season.
The wagon rides will continue through today. The rides begin at dusk. The meeting area is in front of the Ex-Servicemen’s Pavilion where tickets are available for purchase.
For information, visit boardmanpark.com.