2018 Halloween Displays in Oakville worth seeing! Fundraising Results!

2018 Halloween Displays
2018 Halloween Displays in Oakville worth seeing! Fundraising Results!
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Nolan A Machan

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Here are the 2018 Halloween Displays in Oakville that are worth driving to see. The creators of these displays put in hours of hard work and money to bring joy. Their work is incredible.

One of Oakville’s most famous displays is The Haunted Backyard. Mike Wilson created it 22 years ago.  His goal was to  entertain young people in a safe environment. Since that time, The Haunted Backyard has remained free.

He is quick to point out, that it wouldn’t have continued with out community support. After this summer’s incredible wind storm the displays were destroyed. Thankfully, Rona stepped up and provided all the supplies at no cost. Also volunteers dress up as clowns, goblins, and other scary creatures. However, he has taken a number of steps to make sure that little  children always feel safe.

The Haunted Backyard opens every Friday and Saturday during October from 6 to 9 pm. Each day about 700  people walk thru the haunted maze. It takes about 15 to 20 minutes to get through. On Halloween Night well over 1,000 people come through.

During October 2018, The Haunted BackYard was visited 4,000 people.

A several years back, Mike decided that visitors might give to the Canadian Cancer Society. They did.  Since then, the Haunted Backyard raised over $20,000. Mike hopes to raise $10,000 this year.  Visitors do not have to give to gain access. All are welcome.

During October 2018, The Haunted BackYard raised $10,000 for the Canadian Cancer Society, making a total contribution of $30,000.

If a visitor donates $20 or more they are entered into a draw for prizes which local businesses donated. Downtown Oakville’s Cobb’s Bakery donated a prize for a loaf of bread every week for a year.

On Halloween Night, the Canadian Cancer Society will be out so you’ll be able to make a donation using your credit card. All donations received from every night are all given to the Canadian Cancer Society.

Finally, there is always a prize for the best costume. You just need to post your picture on their Facebook Group. There is a special place to take pictures at the end of the maze.

Here are the displays that you will want to take the time to see:

2018 Halloween Displays

119 Walby Drive (Haunted Backyard)

Community: Coronation Park

Directions: Third Line east on Lakeshore Road West to Westminster Drive; turn right on Westminster Drive to Wardland Drive; turn left on Warland Drive and then turn right on Walby Drive. (Raising funds for    Canadian Cancer Society).

Haunted Backyard in Coronation Park; Image Credit: © OpenStreetMap contributors

111 Solingate Drive

Community: Bronte

Directions: Third Line to Lakeshore Road West; turn tight on Lakeshore Road West to Solingate Drive, turn right on Solingate Drive. (Raising funds and food donations for Oakville Fareshare Foodbank)

Solingate Drive Image Credit: © OpenStreetMap contributors

Sixth Line and Munns (Hell’s Gate)

Community: River Oaks

Directions: Dorval Drive right on Upper Middle Road West to Sixth Line. Turn left on Sixth Line to Munns. The display is located on the corner of 6th Line and Munns.

2018 Halloween Displays

Munns and Sixth Line; Image Credit: © OpenStreetMap contributors

2132 Munns by Neyagawa

Community: River Oaks

Directions: Upper Middle Road north on Neyagawa to Munns. East on Munns (one home with an amazing spider)

2016 Halloween Displays

Munns and Neyagawa; Image Credit: © OpenStreetMap contributors

Pineway Court

Community: Glen Abbey

Directions: Upper Middle Road West to Third Line, Third Line and turn left on  Abbey Park. Abbey Park to Pilgrims Ways. Turn Right on Pilgrims Way to Pineway Crescent located on the left side. (one home)

2018 Halloween Displays

Pineway Crescent; Image Credit: © OpenStreetMap contributors

Oak Bliss Crescent

Community: West Oak Trails

Directions: Dorval Drive to Upper Middle Road West, Dorval Drive north of Upper Middle Drive becomes West Oak Trails; continue north on West Oak Trail Boulevard to Glen Valley Road; turn right on Glen Valley Road, and then turn left on Oak Bliss Crescent. (there are two homes)

2018 Halloween Displays

Oak Bliss Crescent; Image Credit: © OpenStreetMap contributors

Other Halloween Events Links

Downtown Oakville Tiny Tots Parade – 10 AM to Noon

Film.ca – Rocky Horror Picture Show – 7:00 PM and 9:00 PM Showings

WRRA’s Pumpkin Parade – November 1st 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM


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