MORRIS COUNTY PARK PALOOZA – A SPOOK-TACULAR TIME

Please be informed that bow hunting is scheduled to begin in a number of parks on September 14 in accordance with the Park Commission’s White-tailed Deer Management Program. Please check the hunt schedule for more information. Please contact (973) 326-7600 with any questions.

Please be informed that bow hunting is scheduled to begin in a number of parks on September 14 in accordance with the Park Commission’s White-tailed Deer Management Program. Please check the hunt schedule for more information. Please contact (973) 326-7600 with any questions.

MORRIS COUNTY PARK PALOOZA – A SPOOK-TACULAR TIME

Thursday, August 22, 2019

MORRISTOWN, NJ.

      Mark your calendars to come to this one-of-a kind Halloween outdoor festival, Morris County Park Palooza, on Saturday, October 5, at Lewis Morris County Park in Morris Township. Park Palooza will feature 20+ food trucks, a biergarten, live music, and Halloween activities for adults and children, carnival games, face painting, and so much more. It is set to run from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.

      Come in costume and grab a bite to eat from a variety of 20+ popular food trucks, or throw back a few of the hand-crafted brews, wine and sangria from the biergarten, all while listening to one of the two live featured bands! Pack a blanket and chairs, and enjoy live pop to rock music from Jazmyn Adelle & Company and Guy Smiley Band. 

      Enjoy Halloween lawn games for adults and kids, moon bouncer, magician, face painter, and much more. Tickets can be purchased online beginning on September 4 at discounted rates of $5 per adult and $2 per child at gardenstatefoodtruckfest.com. Day of the event for $10 per adult and $5 per child.

      There will be FREE parking, and admission allows for re-entrance throughout the day. All foods and beverages are sold separately.

      For more information and directions to Lewis Morris County Park, visit morrisparks.net.

      Proceeds from this event, hosted by Garden State Food Truck Festival, will benefit the Morris County Park Commission.

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