Vampires, werewolves and goblins, oh my! Halloween is full of spooky fun. Between the candy, costumes, and fun activities taking place across the Mitten, it’s no wonder why the holiday is a favorite for many. In every corner of Michigan, you’re bound to find a haunted house, hayride or fun party for you.

Can’t decide where to celebrate the scary season? We’ve listed a few of our favorite Halloween events taking place across Michigan:

DTE’s Beacon Park is hosting a Family Fun Day: Halloween Edition on Saturday, October 26 from 1 to 5 p.m. At the event, little ones can enjoy free hayrides and a costume parade! Admission is free to the public and food and drink will be available for purchase.

Hallowe’en in Greenfield Village is a fun adventure for the whole family. On October 24-27, attendees can enjoy craft beers, warm apple cider, fresh doughnuts, live music and more. Tickets for Henry Ford Museum members are $14.50 while nonmembers can attend for $17. Children under 2 are free.

Located in Armada, MI, Blake Farms, home of Blake’s Hard Cider, has several haunted attractions this season including a zombie paintball safari, a 3-story haunted barn, a haunted hayride and more. The attractions run until the end of October and ticket prices vary.

On October 25 – 27, Grand Rapids’ John Ball Zoo encourages everyone to dress in their favorite costume and enjoy fun activities like trick-or-treating, animal encounters and special entertainment. If you’re not a member of the zoo, tickets for adults are $12 and children’s tickets are $10.