Legacy RV Resorts Donate to Schools
Each year during the Halloween season, Houston-based Legacy RV Resorts hosts its “Legacy Trail of Terror” at nine of its RV Resorts located in seven states. Each Legacy Trail of Terror is unique to its particular area and runs the gamut from the Haunted Carnival to the Mystery House, according to a news release.
This year, Legacy RV Resorts thanked each local community as well as the local high school for their support by donating an amount equal to $1 per person going through the “Legacy Trail of Terror.” The donation will be made to the local school Arts or Drama Department. In addition, the number of weekends for the “Legacy Trail Of Terror” has been extended to run from Sept. 26 through Sunday morning Nov. 2.
The fun begins for the younger kids with a Friday night Magic Pumpkin Patch. Each child is given magical pumpkin seeds to scatter in the pumpkin field. The next afternoon the pumpkins have magically sprouted and each child gets to choose his or her pumpkin. Every Friday night there is trick or treating throughout the park and each weekend sees hayrides, scarecrows and other activities.
The nine participating resorts are: Basswood Resort, Platte City, Mo.; Compton Ridge Campground, Branson, Mo.; Lake Ridge RV Resort, Hillsville, Va.; Mark Twain Landing. Monroe City, Mo.; Mar Val Family Camping Resort, Gore, Okla.; Yogi Lonestar, Waller, Texas; Yogi in the Smokies, Cherokee, N.C.; Yogi on the Lake, Pelahatchie, Miss.; and Yogi Shangri-la, Milton, Pa.