October is in full swing, and so are all the fun Halloween activities! 

One tradition every year for my family is to go to Six Flag's Fiesta Texas' Fright Fest celebration! For those who don't know, they essentially deck the whole theme park out in Halloween decor, and have haunted houses and monsters out to scare people when it gets dark. It's a blast! I look forward to it every year. 

We went during the day this year (before the people dressed as monsters came out) to keep it kid friendly for Lilah who had so much fun! She got to ride her first real rides, and even got to do a little trick or treating with Tweety Bird and Taz. My family and I had such a great time watching her smile and enjoy the Halloween festivities (even if some of the spooky decor freaked her out a little bit). 

If you haven't made it to Fright Fest at a Six Flags location yet, you need to go! It's fun for both the little ones and adults. I'm hoping to go again later in the month to explore it after dark and check out what the free haunted houses have to offer. 

So, I thought I would throw together a quick post to share a little about our afternoon there, and to share pictures I took inside the park. Hope you enjoy! 

A large skeleton loomed over the front entrance of the park. Lilah was not the biggest fan, and as I'm writing this post, she's sitting next to me complaining talking to me about how much she doesn't like it haha. 

I love all the decor they put in the park, they really put a lot of little details into it. 

Around the time we left, the monsters were starting to come out so they were setting off a lot of thick fog in the park, which added to the spooky atmosphere because you really couldn't see what may come out of the fog in front of you. 

Lilah also hated this skeleton display and told us "no" when we walked by it. They have a little different decor at the park every year so it's always interesting to see what displays they will have for the current year. 

I thought this section of the park was really cool! They had arms and legs and wrapped up bodies intertwined in the ceiling, and other dismembered body scenes on the ground as well. I think they were going for a zombie vibe for this area. 

I always look forward to going to the park with my sweet parents (and sister, not pictured) every year to enjoy the festivities, and now that Lilah is here to join us, it's even more of a blast!

See what I mean about the details? These lamp bulbs are so cute!

And that's it! I hope you enjoyed getting a glimpse into our yearly family Fright Fest trip! I'm really enjoying October so far, and hope you are too! Have you made it out to Fright Fest yet? Let me know in the comments down below! 

Stay tuned for Blogtober Day 4 coming soon! 

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