Glenhurst Manor Haunted House was a great Halloween attraction in Maple Ridge offering admission by donation and proceeds benefiting the local food bank.
Unfortunately, 2015 was the last year for the Glenhurst Manor Haunted House. May it rest in peace!
Maple Ridge Halloween Attraction
Volunteers used to spend months putting Glenhurst Manor together, and for a community Halloween attraction it was impressive.
In this day and age, when haunted house attractions tend to cost an arm and leg, it was wonderful to see a great venue open by donation and benefiting such a worthwhile charity. Kudos to all the Glenhurst Manor volunteers!
Manor Hours and Location
Located at 11661 Glenhurst Street in Maple Ridge, the manor was open in 2015 on just three evenings from October 29 to 31 at the following times:
- Thursday, October 29: 6-9 pm
- Friday, October 30: 6-10 pm
- Saturday, October 31: 5-10 pm
From 5 to 6 pm on Halloween night the house operated for an hour without actors and with the scariness factor turned down a couple of notches, making it a good time to take younger folk before heading out for trick-or-treating.
Admission to Glenhurst Manor
Admission to Glenhurst Manor Haunted House was completely by donation, with proceeds going to the Friends in Need Food Bank most years, which is a great charitable organization in Maple Ridge. Donations of both cash and non-perishable food items were greatly appreciated.
Other Halloween & Autumn Activities
While in the Maple Ridge area consider checking out some of the following:
- Laity Pumpkin Patch is a fun place for children in Maple Ridge. Located at 21145-128th Avenue, it’s open during the Halloween season Monday to Friday in the afternoons and on Saturdays and Sundays during the day
- Golden Ears Provincial Park is close to Maple Ridge and beautiful this time of year, making it a great place for a hike. All the dyke trails in Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows are also great for walks, as well as for leisurely bike rides.
For haunted attractions in other parts of Metro Vancouver and the Fraser Valley, check out Lower Mainland Haunted Houses.
For more ideas on things to do at other times in the Lower Mainland, check out the following:
- Vancouver Children’s Halloween Activities
- Vancouver’s Best Places in Autumn
- Vancouver’s October Calendar
- Vancouver Shows and Entertainment