Boo! Creeeeeeaaak. Scream! Cackle.

Because it’s fun to wear your Halloween costume for as many extra days as possible before and after the actual holiday itself; King County Parks brings you a couple ‘frightfully fun’ Halloween events for the whole family to enjoy.


Haunted Pool & Tunnel
Friday, October 25, 6 – 7:30 p.m. pool swim & 8 – 9:30 p.m. pool swim
*Haunted tunnel is open during same hours as open pool swim
Weyerhaeuser King County Aquatic Center
(650 SW Campus Drive, Federal Way)
$5 to participate in open swim, includes entry to tunnel

The annual haunted open swim features a coin dive, costume contest, pool toys, canoe rides and the 1m spring board.

For more information, please call the WKCAC at 206-477-4444.


Family Halloween Carnival
Saturday, October 26, 2 – 5:00 p.m.
Steve Cox Memorial Park, White Center Community Center
(1321 SW 102nd , 98146)
Doors open at 2:00 p.m. and admission is FREE

Local teens have planned nearly thirty different woodland themed crafts and games for local children ages 10 and under.  Tickets for each activity are sold for .25 each or 5/$1.00.  In addition to the games, the carnival also features a costume contest and a free performance by Juggler Alex Zerbe at 3:30 p.m. 

This year’s carnival is once again sponsored by the teens and staff of the White Center Teen Program.  The WCTP offers free recreational, educational and social enrichment programming to over 800 culturally diverse participants ages 12-19 each year. The program operates five days a week, forty-eight weeks a year and provides structured recreational classes and programs, homework assistance, educational and computer resources, leadership training, volunteer opportunities, special events, field trips, and drop-in activities.  The Annual Halloween Carnival is traditionally one of the teens’ favorite volunteer events.  Program staff estimate at least fifty teens will volunteer this upcoming Saturday.

For additional Information, please contact Darlene Sellers, Recreation Coordinator at 206-296-2952.

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