The highlight was going through the haunted house. They offered a scary experience, where people jump out at you, or the Caspar experience, where you just see the scary rooms, but there are no loud noises or people trying to scare you. My daughter opted for the scary experience. However, once our group got started, the people running the venue clearly saw that the group was pretty scared just by the sights, so they just gave them the Caspar experience. It was actually still a pretty awesome haunted house.
I had such a great time with my daughter! In the past, when we go to carnivals, she can appear overwhelmed which brings out her autistic tendencies (poor eye contact, whiny, tantrummy, hypersensitive to sounds). After we got home, I told her how much fun I had with her. She looked at me lovingly and said, "I had a great time with me too!"
Well, at least her sensory issues seem to be doing well!