Remember when Halloween was just one night?
You threw together a costume and had the time of your life wearing it for two, maybe three hours while trolling for Tootsie Rolls around the neighborhood, the Savannah (Ga.) Morning News reported.
The holiday has grown immensely since then to an $11.3 billion industry. Parents now shell out a lot more for those costumes, candy and decor. But with that growth comes many more Halloween-related events. So much so that kids can wear their well-thought-out, high-priced costumes to various happenings from the end of September through mid-November.
Campgrounds are cashing in on this trend, and opportunities abound.
The Morning News put together a list of area Halloween attractions, and many of them are easily adaptable to campgrounds, from fall festivals to owner-pet-costume contests.
For the full list, click here.