Some Scary Things To Check Out This Weekend
There's plenty of Halloween fun to be had around Billings, but here are a couple of traditional scares waiting for you.
First, Billings' most famous residence, The Moss Mansion, has plenty of scares with The Haunted Maze and The Bender Inn. You should definitely check these out if you haven't already. They do have combo tickets available if you'd like to do both. You can check out the Moss Mansion events calendar here to get more information.
For a different style of scary fun, check out the Haunted Hallows at Two Moon Park. This is an outside adventure, so make sure you dress appropriately and bring a flashlight. This stroll through the park won't be a peaceful one thanks to the Billings Jaycees. They're taking a 30 minute walk through the park and turning it into a terrifying trek. Admission will cost you 10 bucks and profits get redistributed to several Billings' non profit organizations. This one is not recommended for young children...it's just too darn scary. Here is some information about parking from their Facebook events page:
We will have parking attendance at the top entrance letting people know if parking is available below at the entrance. There is a circular parking lot at the entrance, a middle lot in the park area at the top to the left right after the bike trail and a third upper parking lot to the left before you cross the bike path (across from Centennial Ice Arena).