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Spooktacular Halloween Planned for Campers at Woodlands Grove
Written by Jeanette Wilson   
Thursday, 07 July 2011

A whole week of beastly fun is free to campers staying at Woodlands Grove Caravan & Camping Park in South Devon this October..

The five star park near Dartmouth has superb camping facilities for tourers, tents and motorhomes winning 64 national and international awards. Families enjoy free use of Woodlands, the largest family theme park in the South West. From October 22nd to 30th there is a creepy programme of Halloween events for families.

“There is no need to use your car for a whole week” events organiser Jessica Repton told us “Think of the petrol money saved. The kids have all the rides, playzones, indoor attraction plus a zoo-farm to keep busy for a week. The fangtastic Halloween events have taken months of preparation and will cost Woodlands Grove campers nothing”.

Jess and the Halloween team have organised free pumpkins and carving championships, the Phantom Pirates Maze, Ghost Train, Ghoulish Tractor Rides and other ghostliness.

“We have a spooky workshop” Jess said “and good old fashioned Trick ‘n Treat.

There’s extra scariness on the 29th October when the Family Fright Night takes over the whole park with Draculas Disco and really creepy happenings like the Zombies Lair in the woods. It’s all family fun” she assured us “that’s what Woodlands is all about. We all work hard to give campers the highest standards and to keep the whole family entertained all Halloween”.