The season of scares is upon us — you can tell by the pumpkins adorning stoops, the sudden proliferation of cobwebs on shrubbery, and that hard-to-describe chill in the air that’s started to settle in the bones. If you’re ready to take all this spookiness to the next level, Bill Roberts Chevy Buick has compiled a quick list of our favorite Halloween events and haunted houses around Bolivar.
Wolfman’s House of Screams
Open until All Hallows Eve, Wolfman’s House of Screams is a Bolivar favorite. With amazingly scary animatronic beasts of all shapes and sizes, tasty carnival fare, and skin-crawling scares hidden throughout the grounds, you’ll definitely have frightening fun at Wolfman’s.
Storie’s Pumpkin Patch
Looking for some daytime fall fun? Catch your breath and slow your racing heart at Storie’s Pumpkin Patch. Storie’s is a great spot for the whole family, with activities like a hay tube slide, barrel train, hay maze, and, of course, the titular pumpkin patch.
RIP at Myer’s Inn
Head over to Carthage for some carnage at the terribly terrific and terrifically terrible haunted house, RIP at Myer’s Inn. Myer’s Inn is a 12,000-square-foot haunted hotel that’s bursting at the seams with pure terror, the perfect place for anyone who loves all things seriously scary.
Know what’s not scary? The selection at Bill Roberts Chevy Buick. Stop in and we’ll make sure you get a frighteningly good deal.
If you’ve been keeping an eye on what’s new in the world of Buick and Chevrolet, you’ve heard of the new Buick Avenir trim level. The high-end configuration made its debut this year in the new 2018 Buick Enclave mid-size SUV. The luxury of the Avenir sits above all other trim levels in the Buick lineup, adding elegant details and advanced technology. Now, the Avenir will make its second appearance, this time on the 2018 Buick LaCrosse.
The full-size, luxurious Buick LaCrosse will become even more elegant with the addition of Avenir features. The vehicle will make a statement upon arrival with a unique mesh grille with chrome wings, 19-inch Pearl Nickel wheels, a Chestnut colored interior cabin, and embroidered first-row headrests. The Buick LaCrosse Avenir will also come with built-in navigation, a Bose sound system, and a panoramic moonroof. It will be powered by a 310-horsepower V6 engine.
It made sense for Buick to choose the LaCrosse as its next model for the Avenir trim. According the Buick, when buyers shop for a LaCrosse, 9 out of 10 already opt for one of the higher trim levels. With the introduction of the LaCrosse Avenir, it seems likely that buyers will happily embrace that next level of luxury.
The 2018 Avenir is expected to arrive at dealerships like Bill Roberts Chevy Buick early 2018. Follow our blog for future Buick LaCrosse Avenir news.
Before the true winter season hits, you’ll want to get out and enjoy Bolivar. Here are some of the best things to do to enjoy the last of that fall weather.
Seek out events where you can find some original Bolivar food trucks, like the “Not’cho Ordinary Taco Truck”–a serious crowd pleaser. Hawaiian Surf ‘n Turf Taco and the Never Fake Cheesesteak are some favorites.
Dunnegan Memorial Park
Enjoy the beautiful fall scenery while it’s here at this beautiful park. There are ample picnic spots as well as winding paths around its small lake. Plus, even when it does get cold, you can drive around the park for its Christmas light show.
Want to cook local? It’s easy with the Farmer’s Market, which is open every Saturday from 8am until noon. Here, you’ll be able to find locally-grown fruits and vegetables as well as baked goods, jams, and meats. Even if you’re not looking for food, you can find other items to buy local, like handmade soaps.
No matter what the weather is like in Bolivar, there are always unique fall weather activities around Bolivar to do. While the weather is still crisp, and not yet cold, try to enjoy the great outdoors in the seat of a new Chevy from Bill Roberts Chevrolet Buick.