Experience sweet treats galore with a side of frightful fun while you explore haunted sights and October festivities throughout the state. Support local candy shops this Halloween and indulge in festive treats everyone will love!
Top Halloween frights
Frightland is back for the season with eight attractions including haunted houses, hayrides, their own cemetery and a town of zombies. Tickets are on sale now!
Bonus Tip – After a frightful experience at Frightland, stop by Crooked Hammock Brewery Middletown for delicious grub and craft brews.
Let the Diamond State Ghost Investigators lead you through this centuries-old military fort with electromagnetic field detectors, data recorders and temperature sensors to find what may be lurking in the dark. Tickets sell out fast so reserve yours online today!
Screams at the Beach
Now located in Millville, Screams at Beach is back this season with never before seen Halloween thrills.
The trail will open in October on Friday’s and Saturday’s.
My Cape Fantasy Trail Present – Cape Henlopen State Park
Due to Covid-19, they are offering a combination of activities and are encouraging you to participate in their My Cape Fantasy Trail on Facebook this season.
Wicked R Western Productions
Walk or run, it is up to you. The Wicked Woods trail is back and is two miles of frightful fun. The outdoor trail will be open every Friday in October from 7pm – 11pm. Tickets are $15 a person.
Bonus Tip – While you are driving through Wyoming keep an eye out for the new Delaware Discoveries Trail interactive street art piece!
Hocus Pocus Film Screening at Milton Theatre
Kick off Halloween the right way with Disney's classic Hocus Pocus on the big screen! Complete with snacks, crafts, and more! It's your time to shine, arrive in your best Halloween costume and win a prize!
Candy for All Occasions
Featuring customized and personalized homemade chocolates, a full line of fresh roasted nuts, snack mixes and old fashioned and hard-to-find novelty candy.
Rehoboth Beach, Bethany Beach, Fenwick Island
Home to all of your Halloween treats needs, this family run candy shop has been an institution at the Delaware Beaches since 1937, when they first began selling handcrafted salt-water taffy, creamy fudges, and chocolates.
Bonus Tip - When in Fenwick enjoy some of the freshest seafood dishes served in an intimate environment provided by a friendly and helpful staff at One Coastal. Be sure to make a reservation so you do not miss out on a memorable culinary experience.
Seaside Country Store
Fresh-made fudge (the vanilla is especially buzz-worthy), old-school novelty candy treats, gourmet food and cheese spreads are a perfect addition to a holiday party.
You’ll find more than 60 flavors of salt water taffy here, along with fudge, handmade truffles, and a gummy bar with over 40 varieties. Also known for offering 80 flavors of licorice and imported candies from around the world.
Bonus Tip - After picking out your sweet treats, spend time walking the Rehoboth Beach Boardwalk to enjoy the fall weather!
Please remember to plan ahead and maintain social distancing. Please wear a face covering and bring hand sanitizer. Make sure to review guidelines before arriving at your destination. Some locations may be operating under different capacity or require reservations. Please remember to stay home if you are sick.