We have compiled a list of the scariest and most impressive haunted houses and Halloween displays throughout Penticton and let us just say these people have gone all out this Halloween.
The 1,000 block of Kilwinning Street has three houses, two side-by-side and one across, that is haunting the neighbourhood with 15-foot skeletons, talking-moving witches, a huge werewolf, filled coffins, swinging dolls, goblins and more.
Just down the street at 920 Kilwinning, Rachel and Neil Terry have been creating their haunted display for more than 10 years and it’s as spooky and fun as it gets, even with a few surprises.
There are haunted houses all along the K streets of Kensington, Kilwinning and Killarney. The K streets usually get around 200 trick-or-treaters each year.
Next up is Wilson Street where the entire driveway and front yard have been transformed into everything haunted from two-headed goblins and zombie pumpkin heads to human spiders.
A resident at 122 Fraser Court at the top of Duncan has also put in a lot of effort. With special effects, towering goblins and ghouls, a projector showing horrifying scenes and even a smoke machine to keep things spooky.
A home on Vedette Drive will have a haunted driveway with a mini circus maze and animatronic creatures including two 12-foot skeletons.
Braid Street also has plenty of haunted houses to check out.
Fire Dancer show at Middle Bench
Daniel Pontes is doing a Halloween display at 130 Middle Bench Halloween night.
Hot chocolate and goodies supplied and as an added bonus they’ll have a fire dancer on site doing a full show.
Locations with the Biggest Candy Loot
Rumour has it Wilson Street has lots of townhouses with people offering tons of candy. The same goes for Conklin.
Over on Forestbrook across from KVR Middle School, some houses will be handing out full-sized candy bars.
A display on Burns Street is pretty awesome and haunted, plus they too are ready with candy and chocolate for trick-or-treaters.
Wiltse and Sendero Canyon are also epic areas to visit.
There are no designated firework displays in Penticton. The new mayor in Keremeos is putting on a show at 7 p.m. in that town.