There’s lot of Halloween fun in the High Country! Some is scary, some is just a little spooky.
Follow the title links for details about all these events!
In Blowing Rock:
Saturday, October 28, from 3:00 to 8:30pm. FREE activities and park games, trick-or-treating, and a Scavenger Hunt. The highlight is the Monster March, where all the kids get to take over Main Street for a costume parade! 828-295-5222
Friday and Saturday nights from September 22 to October 28, 7:30-11:30pm. Separate from daytime admission, advance tickets required, $52 for adults and $35 for kids ages 3-12. When you purchase a ticket, a time to ride the Ghost Train will be selected. The Ghost Train®, Trick-or-Treating for the kids, Haunted House, Tweetsie Palace Spooktacular, the rides in the Creepy Carnival, and more are part of the fun! Though every child is different, Tweetsie doesn’t suggest all the Ghost Train attractions for kids under 8 years old. 828-264-9061
Tuesday, October 31, 5pm-7pm. Fun family event at Shoppes on the Parkway with Grandfather Mountain. Live DJ and Trick OR Treat! 828-835-0199
Friday, October 27. Join in at Buckeye Recreation Center for Beech Mountain’s Annual Halloween Party and Haunted Trail. The trail or treat and Halloween party will run from 6-7PM, with our Haunted Trail open until 9PM. After 8PM, the Haunted trail is recommended for ages 8+. Halloween Trail or Treat Party is a FREE event. The Haunted Trail is $5 per person. 828-387-9283
Saturday, October 28. Activities 11:00am-3:30pm. Visit Grandfather Mountain for an afternoon of nature programs about animals that some consider creepy and crawly! This fun-filled celebration includes an opportunity to trick-or-treat through the animal habitats area and then watch special Halloween enrichments be given to the animals. Plus, children in costume are admitted at half-price. Included with admission. 828-733-4337
Tuesday, October 31. From 5-7:30pm, Head to Downtown Boone, as the community and visitors are invited to stop by downtown merchants for a safe, family-friendly trick-or-treating event. The stage will be set with a special Halloween music playlist streaming down King Street and larger-than-life Halloween inflatables lining the sidewalks. The central part of King Street will be closed (from Appalachian Street to Burrell Street) to accommodate trick-or-treaters and to make room for some surprise guests. For children with food allergy concerns, various businesses will also be handing out non-candy treats. Be sure to stop by the Jones House and the Watauga County Public Library for some additional silly and spooky fun! 828-268-6280
Head over to Lantern Farm from Mid-September to late October and enjoy autumn along the Blue Ridge Parkway at the Halloweentime fall event. This year they have added a 4-acre corn maze. If you enjoy mazes but don’t want to invest much time in the corn, then their hay maze might be the right stroll for you. When you are finished with the mazes take a leisurely walk through the most sincere pumpkin patch. They will have fresh corn and drinks at the tent. There will be an assortment of prepicked pumpkins if you don’t have time to visit the patch. They will also have tractor hayrides on select dates in Oct. 828-278-4489
Date and Time TBA – Come enjoy some fun and safe Trunk or Treating at the Seven Devils Community Center located at 1356 Seven Devils Road. We will be giving out candy bags and CANDY! Bring children 16 and under for a spooky time! 828-963-5343