Haunted Kelowna – Kelowna Information

Photo: Facebook – Kelowna Corn Maze

It’s a headless horseman kind of week.

Halloween is only a few days away and there are several spooky spectacles for kids and adults to experience in and around Kelowna.

Cam Lowther has set up a display in his yard and a ghost-pirate themed maze in his garage as a way to collect food and money for the Kelowna Food bank, all while terrifying those who dare enter.

Sysco foods donated chocolate bars for the kids and hot dogs which are available by donation. 

“Our Country Roads neighbourhood always did a food drive around Halloween for the past six years,” Lowther said. “[Last year] I decided I like Halloween so why don’t I do a big set up and try to do even more.

That worked out and this year we’re trying to do it bigger.”

He is located at 12 – 6100 Old Vernon Road and will be open on Friday night. All the proceeds will be donated to the Kelowna Food bank. 

There are also a couple of terrifying corn mazes to get lost in.

The Kelowna Corn Maze is located at 575 Valley Road near Glenmore. This is the fourth year the maze has been scaring people senseless and will run from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. everyday until Oct. 31.

If you’re in East Kelowna, McMillan Farms also has a creepy corn maze at #1 – 3690 Berard Rd. 

Their hours are: 

  • Sunday to Tuesday – 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
  • Wednesday to Saturday – 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Another haunted insane asylum and yard will be set up at 990 Graf Rd., located at the top of Hartman Hill. 

Be prepared to be scared, Halloween night only from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. 

Also in the Glenmore area is the annual Kerr Rd Haunted House of Terror.

  • Located at 1812 Kerr Rd in North Glenmore
  • SPCA donation appreciated
  • Not recommended for small children
  • Turn off Glenmore/Union/Snowcell/Henkel/Kathler/Kerr

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