For two fun-filled nights each October, the McKinley community comes together to transform the entire school into a unique Halloween experience for kids and adults alike. The famous fall festival is Burlingame’s biggest Halloween event of the year and attracts families from all over the Bay Area.
The Harvest Festival’s legendary haunted mansion — the scariest, most memorable haunted house on the peninsula — will be back and better than ever. Visitors will enjoy a wide array of games (with winnable prizes) and rides including a rock climbing wall, go-cart racing, mini-golf and huge inflatable double slide and obstacle course as well as kid-friendly DJ’s and great food. You also won’t want to miss the Sweet Shoppe, prize drawing, silent auction gallery as well as arts and crafts, and Little Boo’s haunted playground for the younger visitors.
The Harvest Festival offers a little something for everyone. Admission to the festival is free—visitors pay only for the attractions, food and games they choose—so come see what all the fuss is about this October in Burlingame!
To ensure a safe and fun time for all, parents, please watch your kids. By entering the event, you agree to be responsible for your and your children’s safety. Children under 18 may not enter without a supervising adult.