While nothing says summer quite like a day at Elitch Gardens Amusement Park, there are still plenty of frights and delights on hand as the facility winds down its season. Like an especially persistent zombie, the Elitch Gardens Fright Fest roars back to life at 6 p.m. Friday, September 29, with a ghoulish gauntlet of haunted attractions for Halloween hounds of all ages. During the day, families can enjoy interactive challenges, enter costume contests and stock up on free candy on the Trick or Treat Trail; when the sun goes down, it's time for Fright by Night, which includes the multi-sensory show Séance; a creepy clown graveyard populated by flesh-eating Big Top Freaks; and a daring escape from skulking killers at Terrortories and menacing hoteliers at No Vacancy. For guests who prefer physics-inspired screams, roller coasters and other rides will still be operating. Fright Fest runs through October 29; entry is included with regular gate admission, but some attractions cost extra. Get details at elitchgardens.com.