Compagnie des Alpes parks in France and Europe are having a spooky makeover with a string of Halloween events and attractions.
From October 2 to November 7, 2021, the parks are home to almost 20 scare zones, 10 haunted houses, revamped catering, eight new shows, and countless Halloween activities.
Peur sur le Parc has returned, enabling guests to immerse themselves in a haunted house where no one is spared from the monsters, skeletons and other creepy creatures.
The Futuroween event is also back, featuring ‘famille monstre’ in 3D, alongside a Halloween dinner at the Table d’Arthur.
Walibi Rhone-Alps has been taken over by Dr Mystic, the season’s terrifying new star, who is joined by monsters in the three themed haunted houses and in the park’s alleys, in an event known as WAAAlloween.
At Bellewaerde Aquapark, witches and goblins are roaming around for a Trick or Treat event. Visitors to the waterpark can also meet a real-life mermaid.
François Fassier, director of the Leisure Parks division, commented on Halloween at Compagnie des Alpes: “In just a few years, Halloween has become an unmissable event in France and throughout Europe. The leisure parks sector has skilfully met visitors’ expectations. For Compagnie des Alpes, this has meant taking it to all of its sites, extending the number of opening days and opening hours, and increasing the number of night-time openings.
“Developing activities over this period has allowed us to make Halloween an essential period for our customers, our employees – whose usual commitment resonates even more strongly in the current situation – and all of our partners,” Fassier added.