Throw a Backyard Halloween Party
When October rolls around, that means it’s time to get festive with your yard for Halloween. Your neighbors are doing it, your kids are begging you to do it, so what’s stopping you? Pools of Fun is here to guide you to decking out your backyard to get in the spirit of All Hallows Eve.
Build a Haunted House
A creative way to utilize the space in your backyard is to build a haunted house. If you have trees, hang sheets up into different ‘rooms’ to set the tone for a haunted house. The division of rooms allows for a different experience in each room. Make sure when you hang the sheets you create an easy walk ay entry point to allow foot traffic to flow from room to room.
Head to a party supply story to pick up a fog machine and backlighting to add a scarier effect. Make sure to load up on the decorations, too. Before the night, intersperse the haunted house with props to drive home the scene.
Fire Up your Cauldron
After handing-out-candy duty is done and while the kids are messing around in the haunted house, cozy up on your deck and start cooking. Pools of Fun carries top-of-the-line grills to conjure up some scary good food.
October is a great month to pick up Pappy’s Campfire Cooker. A unique Indiana-original, one look at Pappy’s Campfire Cooker’s slick, classical design and you’re harkened to another century. Because of it’s modern cooking options, unveiling this cooker back then would have gotten you accused of witchcraft.
Carefully hand-welded steel and built to last, Pappy’s Campfire Cooker lets your mind run wild with ideas. It’s complete with a grilling rack, a kettle hook and accessories that make for a versatile cooking experience. Throw a cast iron skillet on top of the grilling rack to make some chili, or heat up some cider by adjusting the height of the grill plate.
With Pappy’s, this Halloween you won’t be burning the steak, you’ll be cooking it to perfection!
Curious about a new grill? Pools of Fun also sells grill favorites such as the Big Green Egg, Louisiana Grill and Traeger Grills.