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Dunkin’ Is Hosting A Drive-Thru Halloween Experience That Is A Mile Long And I’m So Excited

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Halloween festivities might be different than what we’re used to this year and that’s why Dunkin’ is here to help because we can’t just ignore the best holiday of the year!

The creators of Lights on the Lake, Fright Nights, and Lights on Jacob Lane have created the ultimate drive-thru Halloween experience that you really won’t want to miss out on.


They’re calling it the Dunkin’ Halloween at the Park and it officially begins on October 1st from 7-10 p.m, until the very last day of October.

So basically, we have a lot to look forward to come next month!


Admission prices will range between $10 to $15 depending on what day you go. From Sunday to Thursday, each vehicle will cost $10, while weekends including Friday and Saturday, will be $15 per car.

The Halloween drive-thru is based in Central New York and will be held specifically at Jamesville Beach Park. So if you’re currently not from New York, who says you can’t make it a road trip!


Even though you can’t go visit now, limited tickets are available for pre-sale, but if you prefer to get your tickets at a later date, tickets will also be sold per day.

You can even add a $5 trick or treat bag that includes a ton of goodies for the kids.

Now let’s get to the exciting part. When you arrive to scene, cars will follow a mile long path that will include all of your favorite Halloween mascots such as ghosts, ghouls, witches, warlocks, and more!

Each section of the park will also include LED displays with large wooden structures and of course, actors and actresses to make the drive-thru come to life!

Last but not least and this might be the most important piece of information, all children are ENCOURAGED to wear a Halloween costume of their choice; so parents, don’t forget to tell your kids!

Not only will the Halloween drive-thru put a smile on everyone’s face and hopefully a scare or two, but the drive-thru will also be accepting donations to raise money and give back that same smile to kids in need.

If you choose to donate, a $5 dollar donation will get your name showcased on a pumpkin yard sign that will be displayed at the end of the Halloween trail for everyone to see!

I don’t know about you, but I’m convincing my roommate for a New York day trip next month!

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