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STAY TUNED for next's year date and theme!

 
Join us for the 17th Annual Haunting at Harris Event in 2020!
 
Highlights from this past event:
  • Take a wagon ride to help collect all the pieces from the broken moon so it can rise again.
  • Explore full moon folklore, stories and creepy critters galore.
  • Play games, create crafts, participate in fun activities and meet live animals at the shelters.
  • Enjoy snacks and drinks (available for sale from the New Hill Community Center).
  • A stilt performer from Imagine Circus will be here for your entertainment from
    2–4 p.m. and will lead the costume parade at 3:30 p.m.!
Come as you are or wear a kid-friendly costume for this free, family-friendly event!

 
 
WAGON RIDE TICKETS
Tickets for the Fall Moon Rising wagon ride are limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis only at the event. Tickets will be handed out at 12:30 p.m. for rides departing from 1–3 p.m. and again at 3 p.m. for rides departing from 3:30–5:30 p.m. All family members must be present in line to receive a ticket. No pets are allowed on the wagon ride.

 
PUMPKIN PASS
Kids, pick up a Pumpkin Pass when you arrive at the event and complete all eight games in order to receive a fun prize!

 
LET'S GET SOCIAL
Throughout the day, be sure to share the Haunting at Harris spirit by posting pictures on social media and using the hashtag #HauntingAtHarris. And don't forget to follow @WakeGovParks on Instagram and Twitter, and Harris Lake County Park on Facebook. We love connecting with our visitors.

 
PARKING
Parking is available in our Day Use Area (shelters and playground) until full. Please refrain from parking in areas marked with "No parking" signs. You may also use our overflow parking field (first left once you enter into the park) and follow the signs to a wooded path that leads to the event area within 5 minutes.

 
Questions?
Call 919-387-4342 or email harris.lake@wakegov.com.

 
Harris Lake County Park is located at 2112 County Park Drive in New Hill.