Spirited fun at Sylvan Lake State Park this Saturday
October 27, 2016
EAGLE — Colorado Parks and Wildlife will conjure up some gruesome fun at Sylvan Lake State Park on Saturday.
Visitors are invited to gather with other ghouls of all ages and be prepared to listen to some scary stories. Meet at the park's visitor center at 2 p.m. and be ready to shiver with fright.
Witches, warlocks and their little demons will enjoy several eerie, kid-friendly stories guaranteed to raise goose bumps and chill your spine. Sylvan Lake State Park will provide the stories, but if you have a favorite, you can tell your own frightful tale.
While narrator Berkeley spins a chilling yarn, guests can enjoy free apple cider, snacks and treats provided by the park. Event-goers are welcome to bring their own potions, but we do ask that no 'spirits' be brought.
After an afternoon of spooky fun, everyone is welcome to stay at the park and enjoy all it has to offer, including hiking, picnicking, fishing and camping.
For questions about the program, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 970-328-2021.
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The event is free; however, all vehicles that enter the park must have a park pass, available at the visitor center. Visitors are also reminded to sure to keep pets on a leash while visiting the state park.
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