It’s Back & Spookier than Ever!
When the sun goes down the goblins, ghosts, and ghouls come out during Halloweekends at Homewood Mountain Resort Oct. 21-24. Join us for a peak-to-shore fright-fest featuring spooky fun for the whole family. Take a stroll through the Trick or Treat village at South Base featuring face painting, pumpkin decorating, and more! For a truly terrifying experience, join us at dusk for a chilling chairlift ride – if you dare! Try not to scream as the Quail Chair whisks you through one haunted scene after another – but rider beware, the only way out is riding the chairlift back down to the bottom!
Scare Disclosure: If you have little ones who are easily frightened, we recommend planning to ride the chairlift before dusk (3:00 – 7:00 pm), as it’ll be a “high scare factor” once the sun sets. At the base area, the festival itself is suited for all ages.
Entry into the festival is FREE. Haunted chairlifts rides are an additional fee and tickets can be purchased online in advance.
Family Activities + Chair Lift Rides: Activities for the entire family! Pumpkin painting, face painting, pin the boo on the ghost, pumpkin tic-tac-toe, trick-or-treat village, and more! PLUS, enjoy chairlift rides all day long, but rider beware, the chairlift is haunted after 7pm.
Haunted Chairlift Rides + Haunted House: Try not to scream as the Quail Chair whisks you through one haunted scene after another – but first, walk through Homewood’s haunted house… if you dare!
Treats (Food and Beverage): Fall treats will be available Friday through Sunday and will include caramel apples, pie slices, popcorn balls and more. We will also be firing up the food truck and serving a variety of fall-themed goodies each day.
The Haunting at the West Shore Cafe: Start Halloweekend off with The Haunting at West Shore Café on Thursday, October 21 at 6pm. This Halloween dinner experience won’t be for the faint of heart. Guests will first gain VIP access to Homewood’s haunted chairlift ride before they are served a spooky supper prepared by the West Shore Cafe team. Expect killer cocktails, swamp juice, treacle tarts, bat wings, cauldrons of eyeballs and finger foods. Dinner will be seated at 7:30pm and is $125 plus tax and gratuity. Book your Haunting ticket here.
|Family Activities: Trick-o-Treat Village, Pumpkin Painting, Face Painting||NA||3pm to 7pm||3pm to 7pm||3pm to 7pm|
|Scenic Chairlift Rides||NA||3pm to 7pm|
|3pm to 7pm|
|3pm to 7pm
|Treats (Food & Drink)||The Haunting at the West Shore Cafe - Special Ticket||3pm to 8pm||3pm to 8pm||3pm to 8pm|
|Haunted Chairlift Rides & Haunted House||6pm to 9pm|
|7pm to 9pm|
|7pm to 9pm|
|7pm to 9pm
*Student – Tahoe Truckee Unified School District: Must attend school in the Tahoe/Truckee region to receive a discount. Will be prompted to enter their student ID upon checkout to receive student pricing. Must attend school in the Tahoe/Truckee region to receive a discount.
For groups of 15+ please contact lnigon@skihomewood for discounts.
HALLOWEEKEND HAUNTED HOUSE / CHAIRLIFT:
Strobe lighting, fog effects, areas of low lighting, loud music and sound effects, are used throughout the resort during Halloweekend. This includes inside the haunted house, outdoor areas and during the haunted chairlift ride, both indoor and outdoor. Those with history of seizures or epilepsy, respiratory sensitivities, heart conditions, women who are pregnant, or people who have sensitivities to, loud music and sound effects are advised not to participate in the Halloweekend activities. All haunted house and haunted chairlift participants must sign a liability release waiver. Any minors under the age of 18 must have a parent or guardian sign.
All guests who choose to enter the Haunted house must be at least 9 years of age or older. Ages 9 to 12 are advised to proceed with caution, as some of the scenes are frightening.
All guests must be able to follow directions, safely get on and off the lift, without the assistance of an adult, to ride the chairlift. Lap children are not allowed – a lap child is a child who is unable to walk to or ride the chairlift independently. Homewood staff has the right to refuse access to any rider for any reason.
This event is made possible by the below partners – thank you!
Nearby Lodging Deals
Interested in turning your trip into a weekend getaway? We’re thrilled to partner with the below nearby lodging partners offering visitors a handful of fantastic lodging options near our resort.
Basecamp Tahoe City is a boutique hotel built for exploring the incredible lakes, trails, and mountains in the Lake Tahoe Basin. The 24 stylish rooms are designed for adventure and relaxation seekers alike, with the amenities and style of a modern resort, but at more reasonable prices. Let Basecamp Hotel lodging be your springboard for your Lake Tahoe adventure. Guests receive a 15% discount with a 72-hour refundable cancellation policy or 20% discount on non-refundable reservations by using the code HALLOWEEKEND.
Pepper Tree Inn, located at the heart of Tahoe City tells its own unique story. Built in anticipation of the 1960 winter Olympics, with its mountain décor, amazing views of the Summit, and Lake Tahoe’s crystal clear waters. It’s the perfect getaway! Guests receive a 15% discount with a 72-hour refundable cancellation policy or 20% discount on non-refundable reservations by using the code HALLOWEEKEND.
Recently renovated with 34 rooms, the Inn offers a charming lodging experience at Boatworks and is conveniently located beside the retail village. Guest will receive a 20% discount when they call in or email email@example.com and mention they are attending Homewood Halloweekends.