The Lodge At Wakulla Springs Gets Spooky With The Black Lagoon Ball

The Lodge At Wakulla Springs Gets Spooky With The Black Lagoon Ball

written by Visit Wakulla

 

Get into the spooky spirit just before All Hallows Eve at the Black Lagoon Ball, hosted by the Lodge at Wakulla Springs! It’s the perfect time of year to get into the Halloween spirit, and what better way to celebrate than taking in a classic horror film and dancing until the spirits come out to play.

The ball begins at 7:00 PM on Friday, October 30th, and is planned to run until 11:00 PM. Admission to this haunting event is free, and you’re encouraged to come dressed in your scariest costume.

A Frightening Film Presentation

1954’s Creature from the Black Lagoon has remained one of cinema’s most beloved monster horror classics for decades. The film instantly resonated with audiences, thanks largely to the production design of the titular creature’s head and suit. Now, you have the chance to see this Halloween mainstay in 3-D, the way it was originally shot back in the 50’s. Also, portions of the film were shot right here in Wakulla Springs, so you never know when the creature might emerge from the water to terrorize humanity once again! You won’t find a more frightening way to celebrate Halloween weekend anywhere in the area.

Drinks, Dancing, & More Devilish Delights

The Black Lagoon Ball isn’t only about the movie, however. It’s the time to show off your Halloween costume and enjoy drink specials, live music, and dancing throughout the evening. You can even plan to come a little early and enjoy dinner at the Lodge before the ball begins (reservations are requested).

Get in on the Ghoulish Fun!

With free admission, a classic monster horror flick, and costumes and music galore, there’s no reason why you shouldn’t spend a haunting evening at the Lodge at Wakulla Springs on October 30th. Well, unless you’re worried about the Creature from the Black Lagoon crashing the party! For more details on the spookiest event of the year, check out our Facebook page, or call 1-850-421-2000.