Halloween fun at Pine Mountain

Published 3:58 pm Monday, October 30, 2017

Just in time for Halloween, Pine Mountain State Resort Park hosted a family-friendly night of spooks, scares and s’mores on Saturday, featuring ghost stories told by parapsychologist Tony Felosi.

Close to 90 children were in attendance, most of whom seemed indisputably intrigued as they listened intently to Felosi’s hair-raising tales, while snacking on the night’s seemingly endless supply of s’mores.

The event also featured a costume contest, which included 10 winners throughout three different age categories: 0-5, 5+ and adult. Winners received stuffed animals, T-shirts and hiking sticks.

“We are happy to have had such a great turn out; it means so much to us to see so many children enjoying our park,” said Head Naturalist Keith Bowling. “We appreciate all the parents who see our park as a valuable resource.“