Fall in Hershey, PA – Matching Skeletons at HersheyPark in the Dark 2019

HersheyPark in the Dark has easily become one of our most favorite things to do every Fall. It is something the boys look forward to every year, ever since I took Brooks 3 years ago!

Here’s a look back at our HersheyPark in the Dark moments over the years, including a VIDEO of our fun times there: 2018 / 2017

My Skeleton Onesie / Graham’s Skeleton / Brooks’ Skeleton / Boys Treat Bags

And if you’ve been following along for a while, YOU KNOW I love a good opportunity to do matching costumes – or matching anything really. I saw this skeleton onesie for myself, it was soft and so comfortable – basically heaven – so I knew I had to round up the troops to get our matching skeleton family on! It was warm + cozy and black – perfect for rollin’ around a theme park in the dark! Highly recommend – plus each costume was under $20! Win!

So Hershey does an incredible job celebrating every holiday – they do a great job with everything, period. BUT Halloween is one of our favorites – likely, because chocolate.

Hershey is OBVIOUSLY the most perfect place to spend Halloween – they don’t skimp on the treats!

The boys and I were treated to an incredible dessert reception before the HersheyPark in the Dark festivities opened. All of these cookies, cupcakes and sweet treats were beyond delicious.

My favorite little spot was the Make Your Own Hot Chocolate Station.

So if you aren’t familiar with HersheyPark in the Dark – it happens during 3 weekends in October – November every year. More than 50+ rides and attractions are open during this time, there is so much for everyone to enjoy!

There are also special events happening throughout the park – A Character Glow Party, Hops & Harvest {Beer Garden anyone?}, Creatures of the Night in ZooAmerica and Treatville!

Treatville is a Trick of Treat Trail throughout HersheyPark, ZooAmerica and Chocolate World! My kids LOVE doing this every year and the candy they give out is always amazing.

Side Note: Visiting Chocolate World and riding the Chocolate Tour is always free. It’s so nice they offer part of Treatville inside Chocolate World incase you have younger kids that can’t hang at the park!

Aside from all the rides + treats happening at HersheyPark in the Dark, being inside the park at night is always such a treat because it’s so LIT UP for the season and beautiful to enjoy. We lucked out going on a super mild night and no one event needed coats – another serious win!

So if you haven’t hit up HersheyPark in the Dark yet this season – it’s still happening this Friday, Saturday + Sunday as well as NEXT Fri/Sat/Sun after Halloween to continue the fun of the season AND to get one more wear out of those costumes before the kiddos outgrow them!

I’d love to know if you and your family have every been to HersheyPark in the Dark or if you plan to go! What is your favorite ride or thing to enjoy there this season? Please share and thanks so much for reading!

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  • Reply Patty October 27, 2019 at 6:41 pm

    Love, Love, Love Hershey Park In The Dark! Your costumes this year are just perfect! So fun!

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