Join Come Alive Outside and Partners for Prevention for a fun, terrifying, and unique trail experience and community party.
This thrilling experience is open to brave souls of all ages, and best of all, it’s absolutely free. However, the event is first-come, first-served, so guests are encouraged to arrive early to get in line and secure their spot. The event offers two distinct experiences for different fright levels.
Spooky Kid-Friendly Trail (3-5 p.m.): Families and children can embark on a slightly eerie but fun trick-or-treating adventure through the woods. Guests can expect friendly scares, amusing surprises, and plenty of Halloween spirit to get everyone in the mood. Costumes are definitely encouraged!
Terrifying Trail (6-9 p.m.): As darkness falls, the terror intensifies. Guests should brace themselves for a hair-raising journey through a series of themed sections, each designed to tap into their deepest fears. Iconic phobias like clowns, zombies, and spiders come to life, offering a heart-pounding experience trail-goers won’t soon forget.
Activities and Food Trucks (3-9 p.m.): Several non-profit organizations will have activity booths along the trail. Hungry guests should bring cash for the food trucks. This year’s food trucks will be Frickin Chicken and So-full Sisters.