If you've taken the kids around the neighborhood year after year and are looking for a less conventional way to celebrate Halloween look no further than the zoo.
Cameron Park Zoo is gearing up for their annual Zoo Boo trick or treat. And they expect thousands to visit the completely made-over park tonight.
"I think what will happen is people will walk in expecting one thing and what they'll see will be completely off the wall," said Zoo Director Jim Fleshman.
It's being transformed into several little haunted houses in time for trick-or-treaters.
There will be more than 100 snakes on display in the herpertarium which is just one of many attractions tonight.
"Tonight I am playing the witch doctor in the haunted swamp," said employee Dan Goggin.
Monsters will walk the trails with kids and parents, some scarier than others.
"We always take care when the little ones come through that nobody's jumping out to scare the little ones," Fleshman said.
And kids will come home with all the goodies they might get from a more conventional trick-or-treat.
"We bought a lot of candy!" Fleshman laughed. They have multiple rooms fully stocked with all kinds of candy.
The zoo will host haunted Asia, a haunted train ride, a pirate ship and swamp. And they said of the 1500 to 2500 people who turn out, the scaredy cats aren't who you might expect.
"The adults are usually the ones that end up screaming and getting scared. The kids just love it though," Goggin said.
Giving parents a different option for the kids on the spookiest night of the year.