Now that it’s October, everyone’s asking: What can I do for Halloween this year?
Aside from the usual Halloween-themed events, the Lowcountry’s rich history leaves it with plenty of ghost stories and haunted places to explore — including Hilton Head Island’s oldest cemetery and the many haunted houses of downtown Beaufort’s historic district.
Below, you’ll find everything you need to have a ‘spooktacular’ October.
Where can I take my kid for some Halloween fun?
Check out one of the Lowcountry’s fall festivals or go on a ghost tour:
Ghost tours, food festivals & more: 10 awesome Beaufort area events this October
Go pumpkin picking or get lost in a corn maze:
Here are 7 pumpkin patches and corn mazes in and around the Lowcountry
And, of course, take the kids trick-or-treating:
Lowcountry parents: Not sure where to take the kids trick-or-treating? We’ve got you covered. Are there any adults-only Halloween events around here?
Go on a “Boo’s Cruise:”
All aboard the Boo’s Cruise! 11 awesome events in Hilton Head, Bluffton this October
Check out one of Beaufort County’s escape rooms:
Trapped: An Escape Room Experience (Bluffton)
Hilton Head Escape Room
Every Second Counts Escape Room (Beaufort area) Is anyone hosting a ‘haunted house’ this year?
The owners of ‘The Castle’ in Beaufort are allowing Beaufort High School students to host a haunted house in the historic home this October.
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This famous Beaufort home is offering kids a chance to spend Halloween at a real haunted house
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Downtown Beaufort’s historic district
Hilton Head Island
St. Helena Island
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The ghosts of Beaufort County
The Blue Lady Where can I learn more about the Lowcountry’s voodoo history?
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