So many ways to enjoy Halloween, there are costume parties and trick-or-treating. You can visit a Hudson Valley Haunted attraction, and you can even stay home and watch a movie but how would you like to go on a Halloween scavend=ger hut?

On Saturday, October 29th you can attend the I SPY Halloween Scavenger Hunt in Cornwall at the Hudson Highland Nature Museum. They have planned Halloween fun for all ages out on their trails at 120 Muser Road in Cornwall, New York.

Enjoy a Pirate Themed Halloween Scavenger Hunt in Cornwall, NY

This Pirate-themed event is open to everyone but you do need to register in advance. The Hunt runs from 11 AM to 3 PM. Crews are set out on the half-hour to allow everyone time to hunt on the trail. If you have never done a scavenger hunt before this could be the hunt that makes you want to seek out this type of adventure all year long.

Captain skeleton at the front of a ghost boat by night time
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Your mission is to help the Pirate crew uncover treasure and gold hidden along the trail. Finding all the items along the trail will score you a treat at the end and also allows the pirate crew to head back out to sea.

The scavenger hunt is a self-guided activity and you are encouraged to dress in costume.  The hunt will happen rain or shine and you are expected to stick to your registration times. There will be a total of 9 start times between 11 AM and 3 PM.

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You will have to prepay when you register. All tickets are $10. Children two and under are free. Unfortunately, walk-ins will not be accepted at this event so pre-register by clicking here. Don't wait to sign up for tickets because they will go fast.

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