Fun, Flight, and Fright: Halloween Events at Altitude Kissimmee

Halloween is chock-full of sweet activities and spooky scares. There’s nothing better than attending family events and facing ferocious monsters, ghosts, and ghouls. Whether your kids want to feel creeped out or your teens enjoy watching their friends get scared, the spooky season is full of laughs and good fun.

Altitude Kissimmee


If you’re looking for family-friendly activities this Halloween, check out the events at Altitude Kissimmee Trampoline Park. There are multiple opportunities for kids and teens of all ages to enjoy Halloween without getting too scared. Here are a couple of upcoming events your kids will love.

Halloween Events at Altitude Trampoline Park Kissimmee

Flight Fest Haunted House Event [Ages 13+] – October 29th

Altitude Kissimmee is a great place for pre-teens and teenagers to run, jump, and play. It teaches kids that exercise can be fun and provides a safe environment to hang out with friends. The first Halloween event held at Altitude Kissimmee this year is Flight Fest. This event is for kids ages 13 and up as the trampoline gym will be transformed into a spooky haunted house! Teens can jump from room to room and face their fears alongside their friends.

For $29 plus tax, teens can enjoy the multi-room haunted house and an hour of jumping time. There will also be other spooky spine-chillers and fun experiences.

Advanced reservations are required for Flight Fest, and costumes are not allowed.

Flight Fest runs from 7 pm – 10 pm on Friday, October 29.

Too Cute to Spook [Ages 12 and under] – October 31st

Altitude Kissimmee offers fun for all ages. Even kids who are still learning to jump and balance can explore the soft play area and build their confidence in a safe environment. On Halloween Day, there is a special event for children ages 12 and under.

At Too Cute to Spook, kids are encouraged to wear their sweetest, scariest, or most creative costumes. They can explore the various attractions at Altitude Kissimmee while trick-or-treating with staff members. The employees at Altitude Kissimmee will hand out candy to all kids in attendance and will make sure everyone is having a fun time.

Too Cute to Spook runs from 11 am – 1 pm on Sunday, October 31.

Parents Can Enjoy Time With Their Kids

If you are looking to build family memories and enjoy time together, you can’t beat Altitude Kissimmee. Parents can attend Too Cute to Spook and watch their little ones run around, jump on various attractions, and collect candy by trick-or-treating. You can watch your kids test their confidence and build their bravery right before your eyes.

There are some attractions at Altitude Kissimmee that are safe for both parents and kids. The main court has plenty of space for families, and everyone can work together to navigate the ropes course. Let your kids lead, but offer support when they need it!

Know That Your Teens are in a Safe Place

As your kids enter their teenage years, they want to flex their independence. As a parent, you want your kids to grow into confident adults, but also want them to be safe. Altitude Kissimmee provides a safe place for tweens and teens to hang out with their friends and grow their independence.

Parents can drop their kids off at Flight Fest and let them play with their friends at this event. This gives them a place to face their fears on their own and try out different jumping challenges like the zipline, trapeze, and stunt bag.

Not only will your kids enjoy their time at Altitude Kissimmee, but they will also spend the evening moving and exercising. This gives them a fun cardio and strength-building workout that can improve their sleep at night and increase their energy levels during the day.

Check out Altitude Kissimmee for Halloween Fun

If you want to add a few more spooky events to your calendar, check out the upcoming events at Altitude Kissimmee Trampoline Park. Older kids and teens can enjoy thrills and chills at Flight Fest, while younger children can jump and play at Too Cute to Spook. These events both happen before Halloween night, so there’s still time to attend a cool party or head out for trick-or-treating.

Learn more about Flight Fest and Too Cute to Spook, along with other events, on their website or on Facebook.