July 23 – Aug. 7
Food Truck Rally
Aug. 27 – 28
If you love food trucks, the lineup includes The Tot Rod serving tater tots (which are naturally gluten-free), Jerkie’s Authentic Jamaican BBQ, Kona-Ice, Pie in a Cone serving homemade pies scooped into a waffle cone and Take-a-Taco.
The Great Pumpkin Fest
Saturdays and Sundays, Sept. 17 – Oct. 30
For kids (or adults) who prefer all fun and no fear, there will be a full harvest of amazing, fall-tastic fun for everyone with games, activities and just a speck of spooky for pint-sized ghosts and goblins.
In the Wildwater Kingdom section, you’ll meet members of the Peanuts Gang, make a holiday craft at Charlie Brown’s Craft Corner, pedal your way through the farm on a mini tractor at the Daisy Hill Tractor Stomp, try to find your way out of Linus’ Hay Bale Maze, visit your favorite farm animals at Peppermint Patty’s Petting Zoo, trick-or-treat down the street, have a ton of fun while being quiet during Schroeder’s Silent Disco and enjoy all the usual rides and games.
And make sure you catch one of the special shows, which include balloon art, a dance party, a costume contest and story time.
Select nights, Sept. 16 – Oct. 29
For those who prefer scarier fun, try “Fear is Waiting for You” at Halloween Haunt. Dorney Park will release hundreds of terrifying ghouls and ghosts into the park, all ready to turn your nightmares into reality. Every corner is cursed with haunted scare mazes, scare zones and live (or maybe not live) entertainment. Hordes of hungry zombies and blood-thirsty vampires eagerly await you (as their next meal).
Keep in mind, these activities are not recommended for children under 13.
Be sure to check dorneypark.com for the most up-to-date operating hours.