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Fall fun underway in Tri-Cities

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PASCO, Wash. -- Halloween is a few weeks away, but all the Fall Fun is already underway. NBC Right Now found the best places in town, starting with the Haunted Forest at Sacajawea Park, put together by the Pasco Jaycees.

The nearly mile long trail has more than a hundred volunteers jump out at you in full costume. Admission is $10 per person, children 5 and under get in free. All the money raised goes to local charities in the community like Second Harvest.

It's open October 6, 12, 13, 19, 20, 26, 27 from 7pm-11pm. October 27th will have special trick or treat trail for the children that's less scary.

Town Square Media has put together their first haunted attraction which is based on four scary classic films, called The Terror Behind the Screen at 2019 W. Court Street in Pasco. Tickets are $10.

Schedule includes October 4 6PM- 10PM, October 5PM - 11PM, October 6PM - 11PM, October 11 6PM - 10PM, October 12 6PM - 11PM, October 13 6PM - 11PM, October 18 6PM - 10PM, October 19 6PM - 11PM , October 20 6PM - 11PM, October 25 6PM - 10PM, October 26

6PM - 11PM, October 27 6PM - 11PM, and Halloween 6PM - 10PM.

The "Mesa Haunted House" is back this year. It's no longer in Mesa. But actually on N. 4th St in Pasco. It's an old hotel transformed into a haunted house which runs Thursday night through Sunday night, 6:30pm to 11pm. Tickets are $15 for general admission and $25 for VIP.

And for a family friendly Halloween, there's Harvest Fest at the Country Mercantile at 232 Crestloch Road, Pasco. Admission is $6.50 but there is a lot to do, like a hay ride to the Pumpkin Patch, the Corn Maze, Straw-bale Maze & Pyramids, Petting Zoo.

Rides are sold separately.


Orange - .29 ¢ lb.

Red or White - .59 ¢ lb.

Corn Stalks - $ 5.95 ea.

Straw Bales - $ 5.95 ea.