West Chicago Park District to host Resurrection Trail Oct. 27-29

Enter if you dare!

The West Chicago Park District's annual Resurrection Trail is a haunted, outdoor walking experience designed to thrill those who love Halloween.

Creepy crawlies, carnival carnage, and the undead are just a few of their frightening themes.

Be scared with your friends and family on Thursday to Saturday, Oct. 27-29, starting at 7 p.m.

Last tickets are sold at 9:30 p.m.

Tickets are $10 per person at the door. To skip the line, pre-register now for $12 at

Resurrection Trail is located at 250 W. National St. in West Chicago. The event is outside and is subject to weather-related conditions, for updates visit

For more information, contact Danielle Spence at (630) 231-9474.

The West Chicago Park District was established in 1972 and since has been committed to creating an enhanced quality of life through effective programs, progressive facilities, and the preservation of parks and natural resources.

The park district maintains over 400 acres including Reed-Keppler Park known as "the heart of the community" that houses state-of-the-art art ARC Center, TreeTop Escape, Turtle Splash Water Park, Toucan's Hideaway, splash pad, ZONE250, two dog parks, skate park, picnic shelters, multiple sports fields, playgrounds, bike trails, path system, and a nature sanctuary.

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