Ghouls and boys are invited to the Cabins in the Cornfield Haunted House Oct. 31 at Camp Alex.

Camp Alexandra transformed into haunted house

Cabins in the Cornfield set for Oct. 31 in Crescent Beach

Organizers of a Halloween event to be held at Camp Alexandra this Friday are planning a party that will raise the dead.

Ghouls and boys of all ages are invited to the Cabins in the Cornfield Haunted House Oct. 31 at the Crescent Beach camp, located 2916 McBride Ave.

There will be tricks and treats throughout the evening, as thrill-seekers explore seven haunted cabins, a haunted graveyard and a “zombie zone” corn maze, as well as a haunted disco for younger children.

Children can also have their photos taking beside in the guillotine and in coffins.

Coffee, hot chocolate, popcorn and cotton candy will be on hand – for those who have an appetite.

According to event co-organizer Robert Doolan, the event is one for the entire community.

“There will be something for everyone of all ages,” he said, noting this would be the largest haunted Halloween event in Peninsula history.

Dean Donnelly, whose family has transformed their Ocean Park home into a haunted house in the past, has also added his creepy touch to Cabins in the Cornfield.

Admission to the event – set for 6 p.m. – is $2.

Proceeds generated through the Halloween event will go towards the Youth Collective’s Youth Space Project, which aims to create an accepting, safe, sober space for  youth to have on the Semiahmoo Peninsula.

For more information, visit or call 604-535-0015



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