Dottie’s Spooky Ideas for this Halloween Season

Hey everyone, Dottie here! Looking for some spooky things to do this Halloween season? It’s time to carve pumpkins, drink some cider, and watch the leaves turn bright hues of MAROON AND ORANGE! I have a few ideas that I’m sure will get you in the mood for one of my favorite holidays.

1) Sinkland Farms 28th Annual Pumpkin Festival

Sinkland Farms is hosting a Pumpkin Festival every weekend through November 3rd with a pumpkin patch, corn maze, hay rides and so much more. They also have ice cream, coffee, cider, hot chocolate, AND a food truck with wings & pizza. YUM! What could be better than exploring a pumpkin patch while gobbling down some pizza?

For more details, visit their website:

2) Gallows Dead Oak Hollow 

AH! This attraction is sure to SPOOK you so give it a visit, I dare you. Gallows Dead Oak Hollow is Virginia’s Most Terrifying Haunt located 15 minutes away from Blacksburg. Are you ready for VA’s #1 haunted house? I’m not sure if I am…good luck Hokies!

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3) HalloWine at Beliveau Winery

Halloween? I thought you said HalloWine! On October 31st, Beliveau Winery is having their annual costume party with music by The Generations. Costume parties, live music, AND wine? That’s the way I want to spend my Halloween! If you can’t make it on Halloween, they have Wine Wednesdays after 5pm. I’ll cheers to that!

For a full schedule of events, visit their website: 

4) Apple Picking at Doe Creek Farm 

Pick your own apples at this 1930s vintage wedding venue and apple orchard near Blacksburg, VA! This is the perfect place to have a fun fall photo shoot and eat melted caramel apples with your friends. Maybe we can have a movie night after?

For more information, visit their website:

These are just a few things happening around Blacksburg this Halloween season. What will you be doing to get in the Halloween spirit? Let me know in the comments below!




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