This Halloween is gonna be a busy time for West Michigan. Holland in general is going to have a whole bunch of spooky fun this weekend. Friday and Saturday morning there will be a haunted cemetery tour. The tour begins at 10 a.m. and runs until 11:30 a.m. where you'll learn about the historical facts about the Pilgrim Home Cemetery. Each participant gets a Dutch treat. Tickets are $20 for adults, $15 for seniors, and $12 for children and can be bought here.

But for those who are looking for something a little more family friendly in the area can check out Fellinlove Farm's not-so-spooky haunted nature trail at 6364 144th Ave. in Holland. Fellinlove Farm is a small family farm for people of all ages and abilities, and home of Fell ponies, a rare breed of pony, and more animals. They're inviting families to com and walk the 3/4 of a mile trail which is decorated then watch & say "Gooood Night" to all the animals as they go to their barns, and kids will receive treats.

Any questions for the farm can be called or texted to: 616.283.7555 or emailed at A $5 Per Person Suggested Donation is being asked. The event takes place Devil's Night and Halloween night from 5 p.m. until 7 p.m. You never know, wondering around the woods late at night in Holland, you may have a chance encounter with one of the famous Holland Lemonheads or another Michigan urban legend. I'm sure the farm owners will make sure the experience is fun and safe for kids. Costumes are encouraged.

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