Fall Events St. Augustine

From the iconic downtown St. George Street to the bold and massive beaches along A1A and Vilano, there are so many nooks and crannies to explore. Hidden within these side streets and beaches are some exhilarating Halloween-themed fall events and things to do.

St. Augustine has evolved into one of the most popular historic downtown areas in all of Florida. There are many fall events in St. Augustine. Trick-or-treating parties, ghost tours, legendary cemeteries, and more all contribute to the spooky ambiance of this authentically old destination.

What is going on for Halloween in the riveting streets and beaches of St. Augustine?
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Oktoberfest Beer Tour

Sure, a St. Augustine fall is about the spooky frights and the real ghost tales, but for some, it’s more about good-old drinking, cool costumes, and wine. The Oktoberfest Beer Tours launch from downtown St. Augustine for the month of October. These special event tours include wine and beer across two different types of tour adventures. You can take a haunted walking tour to some authentic local haunts or hop aboard a carriage ride. Either will give you close insight into the town’s extensive ghost history, while allowing you to knock that spooky edge off.

Tickets are $49 per person.

Creatures of the Night

The Alligator Farm is one of the most popular attractions in St. Augustine. Fortunately, the farm brings out your wild side for a family-friendly romp through the gardens every October. From October 26th to October 28th, you and the whole family can come on out for some spooky-themed wildlife encounters. The team brings out some special weekend-only treats, allowing visitors of all ages to get hands-on. Ever wanted to see a tarantula up close? How about in your hands?

Visitors can check out the critter encounters, collect creature treats in the fun scavenger hunt around the whole park, and catch some special candy goodies along the way. It is a fantastic family-friendly event that everyone can find a little something in.

Make sure you stay until 7:15 for an evening alligator feeding. Adults are only $10 and children 2 to 11 are $8.

Corn Maze at Sykes Family Farms

Do you just love corn mazes? Don’t miss out on the special corn maze event for October at Sykes Family Farms. Head on over to Elkton, about 15 miles outside of town, for one of the most acclaimed corn mazes in the state.

The maze is open from October 6th to November 4th. You can enter the maze on Fridays at 6 p.m. to 10 p.m., Saturdays 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., and Sundays 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. during the season.
General admission is $13 and children 2 and under are free. Admission gets you access to some other family-friendly activities, such as the hayride, cow milking station, the farm animal pen, and the duck race event.

The farms are located at 5995 Brough Rd, Elkton, FL 32033.

The EstuScary Festival

For just two nights, October 26th and October 27th, guests can stay in the nice open areas with the food trucks, candy handlers, and kids games. But, anyone looking to get a little scared can brave the haunted trails.

The EstuScary Festival is a fun event with appropriate activities for all ages. Attending is free but a walk down the haunted trail is $10 per person. It’s an eerie good time with the whole group. Watch that one family member lose their mind when you tell them the candy is over this way, past the dark trees.

The event is at 505 Guana River Road in Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32082.

Fall in the Ancient City

America’s oldest city is filled with amazing Halloween events. Have a blast in the haunted trails, aboard the ghost tour trollies, or trapped forever in a corn maze. It’s all about the spirited excitement of the cool fall season.