Southeast Michigan Halloween Events Near Me 2020

I have teamed up once again with four of my favorite bloggers to bring you a Halloween Event Round up that spans 5 counties in Southeast Michigan covering Metro Detroit. I am so happy to share these Oakland County Halloween Events with you.

Find more Halloween Events all across Southeast Michigan:
Mrs. Weber’s Neighborhood Livingston County Halloween Events
Mom Among Chaos Macomb County Halloween Events
Ann Arbor With Kids Washtenaw County Halloween Events
Redesigning Happiness Wayne County Halloween Events

I have tried my best to make sure that information is accurate on this page, however, I make mistakes and sometimes event details change.  Please contact the host or venue for more details about an event before attending these Oakland County Halloween events.

Auburn Hills 2020 Halloween Events

Halloween Movie in the Park:  CASPER
Friday, October 2 7:00 PM

  • Address: Riverside Park, Knight Amphitheater 3311 Squirrel Court, Auburn Hills, MI  48326
  • Cost: Free
  • SEATING LIMITED TO THE FIRST 100 PEOPLE

FALL FESTIVAL IN THE WOODS 2020
October 10, 2020 11AM-3PM

  • Address: Hawk Woods Nature Center
    3799 Bald Mountain Rd, Auburn Hills, MI 48326
  • Cost: Free/pre-registration is required.
  • Description: Nature activities and fall fun done a little differently than we are used to. 2020 admittance is free but does require pre-registration to work within the Governor’s current crowd size limits. Please arrive no more than 10 minutes prior to your start time and check in with the attendant at the park entrance. Groups have a 50 minute window to work through the event offerings and are asked to depart no later than their scheduled end time. Registration is for a single vehicle and you must answer the question of how many attending. Your cooperation with these extra steps helps us keep this event running, thank you.

Halloween Spooktacular (Auburn Hills) 2020
Saturday, October 31th, 12pm to 1:30pm

  • Address: Downtown Auburn Hills
  • Phone: (248) 370-9440
  • Time: 12 pm to 1:30 pm
  • Cost: Free
  • Description: 2020 Admittance is free but you MUST pre-register to comply with current State of Michigan event safety guidelines. We have three, 30 minute blocks to ensure families have enough time to collect all their treats and exit before next round. Check in will be outside of the Den at the intersection of Auburn and North Squirrel Roads. Please arrive no more than 10 minutes before your time slot to check-in. All registrants will be provided a bag to use for candy collection. Registration is only for those children who will be participating (number of adults does not need to be included during registration). We ask each family limit the adults in attendance to 1-2 per family. Children must be in costume and under 12 years of age to participate. Thank you for your respect and cooperation with these changing guidelines.

Halloween Trail Walk– (Auburn Hills) 2020
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31 2:00 – 3:30 PM

  • Address: 3400 E. Seyburn Dr, Auburn Hills, MI, 48326
  • Phone: 248-370-9466
  • Cost: Free
  • Description: Trick or Treat around our storywalk outside the Library!

Halloween Events in Berkley 2020

Halloween Parade 2020
10/22/20 6:00 PM

  • Address: Community Park (Catalpa, between Gardner & Robina)
  • Cost: free
  • Description: Join the Parks and Recreation Department and the Friends of Berkley Parks and Recreation to get in the Halloween spirit by putting on your costume and joining our Halloween Parade. The parade route will include Community Park and the Community Baseball Fields. To maintain social distancing on the Parade route, Parks and Recreation will mark the ground so families (parents, grandparents, and all) can find a nice spot to enjoy the show. Candy will be handed out in pre-packaged bags.

BooFest
Check back for more information on this event in the coming weeks!
Date: Friday, October 30, 2020

Halloween Events in Birmingham 2020

Syntha’s “Not So Spooky” Stories 2020 – Virtual Event
October 14, all day

  • Address: Baldwin Public Library300 West Merrill Street, Birmingham, MI 48009
  • Cost: free
  • Description: Best for children 3 to 5 years old. Miss Syntha will read a picture book from her personal collection and share a song or activity that you can sing or do at home afterwards. Check back each Wednesday for a new video.

Bedtime Tales: Monsters 2020 Virtual Event
October 21, All Day

  • Address: 300 West Merrill Street, Birmingham, MI 48009
  • Cost: free
  • Description: Don’t forget to wear your pajamas for this virtual edition of our evening family story time. Story time and craft supplies will be available starting on Wednesday, October 21 for those who register.

Fall Events in Bloomfield Township 2020

Haunted Teen Trivia & Costume Contest 2020 Virtual Event
October 21, All Day

  • Address: Virtual Event
  • Cost: free
  • Description: Teens aged 13-18 will meet virtually on Zoom on Wednesday, October 28, 4:00 p.m. Registration required. Join us for a fun hour of haunted trivia & other games. Costume not required, but encouraged! Winners of trivia and costume contest will receive a fun prize. We look forward to seeing you there! Once registered, the link will be provided for the Zoom virtual event at the date and time specified. Email askteen@btpl.org for more information.

Halloween Events in Bloomfield Hills 2020

Tricks & Treats: Halloween Movie Night
October 30, 6:30-8 PM

  • Address: Christ Church Cranbrook: 470 Church Road, Bloomfield Hills, MI 48304
  • Tickets: None, Free
  • Register: rsvpccc.org/boo2020
  • Description: Come in your costume for a night full of spooktacular socially-distant fun! We will watch It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown under our outdoor tent, have a costume parade (with prizes!), decorate pumpkins, and enjoy prepackaged bags of candy. Friends of all ages welcome, just bring your mask and a blanket!

Halloween Events in Clarkston 2020

The Friendly Forest (Clarkston) 2020
Saturday, October 10th, 12 PM – 3 PM

  • Address: Clintonwood Park: 6000 Clarkston Road, Clarkston, Mi
  • Phone: 248-625-8223
  • Cost:  $7/resident; $10/non; Adults Free
  • Description: Join us at Clintonwood Park with your little witches, princesses, ghosts and goblins to collect goodies from all of your favorite cartoon and fairy-tale characters! Walk a decorated trail with authentic backdrops that will keep you peeking around the bend for more! Dress your child in their favorite Halloween costume. Goodie bags will be provided at the beginning of the trail.
    Reserve your tickets early
    • NO ONSITE TICKETS SOLD TICKETS ON SALE NOW.

Homeschool Program: Creepy Critters: Nocturnal Animals
Tuesday 10/13/20 10:30 am – 12:30 PM

  • Address: Wint Nature Center: 9501 Sashabaw Road, Clarkston, MI 48348
  • Phone:  248-858-0916
  • Cost: $10/session
  • Description: When the day is done, it’s time for fun! Learn what lurks in the shadows as we discuss the wild world of nocturnal animals. Each session is adapted for ages 5-9 and ages 10-17. Pre-registration is required; call 248-858-0916 on weekdays during regular business hours; no on-site registration will be available. Sessions are designed as drop-off programs for youth. Sessions run 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. All students are welcome, whether from a traditional homeschool, pod or virtual learning setting. A release form must be completed with registration. Cost: $10/session. All programs will take place outdoors – under a tent or on a trail. A water bottle and outdoor dress are recommended. Masks are encouraged for all trail programs and required for programs conducted under the tent. Masks are available on site if participants do not have their own. Staff will wear masks. Screening questions and touchless temperature checks are required upon arrival. Check in at the white tent near the nature center. In case of inclement weather, programs will be cancelled. Please be patient as Covid-19 guidelines and protocols are subject to change by the Michigan Governor’s Executive Orders.

Pumpkin-ology
10/24/2020 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm

  • Address: Wint Nature Center: 9501 Sashabaw Road, Clarkston, MI 48348
  • Phone:  248-858-0916
  • De3scription: Prepare for National Pumpkin Day (Oct. 26) by carving your own pumpkin while learning about pumpkin life cycles, hearing a pumpkin story, and enjoying a pumpkin carving demonstration. Take home a tasty pumpkin recipe to turn your masterpiece into a treat. $3/ participant and $7/pumpkin. Preregistration with payment required. Call 248-858-0916 weekdays. No Saturday registration. All programs will take place outdoors – under a tent, or on a trail. Bug spray, water bottles, and outdoor dress are recommended. Masks are encouraged for trail programs (Appointment-based Hikes, Fall Beauty Hikes and Bat Walk) and required for programs conducted under the tent. Masks are available onsite if participants do not have their own. Staff will wear masks. Screening questions and touchless temperature checks are required upon arrival. Check-in at the white tent near the nature center. In case of inclement weather programs will be canceled. Please be patient as COVID-19 guidelines and protocols are subject to change by executive order.

Family Halloween Events in Commerce Township 2020

Glenlore Trails Haunted Forest
Oct. 10 – Nov. 15 2020

  • Address: Glenlore Trails Multi Lakes Conservation Association 3860 Newton Road, Commerce Charter Township, MI 48382
  • Cost: General admission (13) $25, Youth (4-12) $15, 3 & under free
  • Description: The forest is stirring again. Reports of eerie happenings started filtering back to basecamp, until the reports stopped. Can you help us uncover what has happened in the woods?

    Glenlore Trails: The Haunted Forest is a 1/2 mile outdoor walking path that has been overhauled with lighting, projection, and other sensory elements for all to enjoy!

    Come explore new sections of trail and scenic elements found within the Putrid Pumpkin Patch, Phantom Forest, and the Castle Ruin in this seasonal variation of Glenlore Trails. The Haunted Forest is appropriate for all ages.
Glenlore Trails: Photo Credit – Bernadette Manaay

Halloween Events in Davisburg 2020

Twisted Trunk or Treat
Saturday, October 24th, 3:30 pm – 5:30 pm

  • Address: Shiawassee Basin Preserve 12000 Davisburg Rd, Davisburg, MI
  • Cost: Res $3.00 / Non-Res $5.00
  • Description: Whether you come as a Ghoul, a Witch, or wear a Mask – join us for a twisted drive-thru Trunk-or-Treat! Participants will drive-thru the happily haunted Shiawassee Basin Preserve ballfields parking lot and “trick or treat” at multiple stops. Registration will not be accepted the day of the event. Please note that during the event, the play structure and outdoor restrooms will be closed. Participants are encouraged, but not required to decorate their vehicle. Please submit a picture of your decorated vehicle by Monday, October 26th to be entered into the best decorated vehicle contest.

Trunk or Treat
October 31, 2020 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

  • Address: Springview Community Church 12881 Andersonville Rd, Davisburg, MI 48350, USA
  • Cost: Res $3.00 / Non-Res $5.00
  • Description: Join the SCC family for the Happy Halloweenie Trunk or Treat! Decorated vehicles will be set up around the parking lot providing a safe and fun atmosphere for families to trick or treat. Free hot dogs and chips will be provided as well!

Farmington Halloween Events 2020

Ghost Night at the Mansion (Farmington) 2020 TBD
Saturday, October 17th, 7 PM – 9:30 PM

  • Address: Governor Warner Mansion 33805 Grand River Ave, Farmington, Michigan 48335
  • Phone: (248) 474-5500 Ext 2225
  • Cost: $10 advance, $12 at the door (2019 prices)
  • Description: Details to be determined. Net proceeds to benefit the mansion and grounds – Friends of the Gov. Warner Mansion (501.3c). Tickets are not yet available.

    (2019 info) For one night, the Governor Warner Mansion is haunted! Learn about the lives–and deaths–of Warner family members, have a palm reading, and hear a presentation by the Michigan Ghost Watches. Find out what they discovered at the Mansion!
    ** Recommended for ages 8 and up. Tickets will be available at the door and in advance.

Grand Raven Festival
Daily throughout October

  • Address: Downtown Farmington
  • Phone: 248-474-5500 Ext. 2214
  • Description: Grand Raven Victorian Book Walk (select dates), Poe Night (Virtual select dates), Downtown Scavenger Hunt, Pumpkin Carving Contest, Cookie Decorating, and Scarecrow Contest.

Farmington Hills Family Halloween Events 2020

Fall Color Walk
10/11/20, 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM

  • Address: Heritage Park 24725 Farmington Road, Farmington Hills, Michigan
  • Phone:  (248) 871-2400
  • Description: Experience the magic of the season! Take a guided hike under a canopy of color through Heritage Park. Discover why and how leaves change color in the fall, and search for animals preparing for winter. Please dress for the weather. Pre-registration required. Space is limited. Children must be accompanied by an adult.
    COVID-19 Modifications: Temperature checks and health screening questions upon arrival. All programs will take place entirely outdoors, unless otherwise noted. Participants need to wear a mask and/or stay 6 feet apart. An email will be sent to participants prior to the program if there are any details or updates regarding COVID-19 precautions/modifications.

Boo Bash Hayride
10/18/20, 10:00 AM – 4:30 PM

  • Address: Heritage Park 24725 Farmington Road, Farmington Hills, Michigan
  • Phone:  (248)231-8471
  • Cost: $9/resident $14 non-resident
  • Description: It’s Halloween at Heritage Park! Dress up in your favorite costume and come enjoy a hayride, s’mores, crafts, a creepy crawly creature display, and trick or treating. Register for your Hayride time. Registration required for both adult and child. Register early, this event fills up fast!

Hayride Central
10/2/20, 10/9/20, 10/16/20, 10/23/20, 10/30/20 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM

  • Address: Heritage Park 24725 Farmington Road, Farmington Hills, Michigan
  • Phone:  (248)231-8471
  • Cost: $5/person
  • Description:

Enjoy family hayrides through the trails of Heritage Park! Rides leaves every 1/2 hour from 5:30-7:30pm: LAST RIDE LEAVES AT 7pm. After the ride, purchase a cup of cider and s’more kit to roast around a cozy campfire for $1 (not included in hayride fee). You can add-on your s’more and cider kit at check-out, includes a roasting stick. Don’t forget to explore the Nature Center, open until 7pm on Hayride nights. Hayride are held rain or shine. Dress accordingly. If severe weather occurs, the ride will be canceled and participants will be notified the day-of with a refund or option to transfer if available. Please register in advance, hayrides fill quickly. Groups can reserve weekday or weekend private rides by calling (248) 477-1135.

COVID-19 Modifications: Capacity is extremely limited on the hay wagon and masks are required. Health screening questions and temperature checks are required upon arrival. Participants are asked to distance themselves from others not in their household. The entire program will be held outdoors.

Halloween Events in Holly 2020

Fall Beauty Hike
10/18/20, 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM

  • Address: Rose Oaks County Park: 10501 Buckhorn Lake Road, Holly, MI 48442
  • Phone:  248-858-0916
  • Description: Meet at Buckhorn Lake Road parking lot! Spend an hour taking in the beauty of fall while learning about the science behind changing leaf colors, evergreens and more, with an Oakland County Parks naturalist. Hikes will be approximately one mile; please dress for the weather. The program is free, but park entry fee applies. Pre-registration is required: Call 248-858-0916 during normal business hours. Participants must maintain social distance by family while on the trail, and wear a mask when social distancing is not possible. Presenter will wear a mask. Programs may be canceled due to inclement weather. All programming is subject to change based on executive orders made by Michigan’s Governor.

Family Halloween Events in Lake Orion 2020

Fall Beauty Hike
Sunday 10/4/20 2:00 – 3:00 PM

  • Address: Orion Oaks County Park: 2301 W. Clarkston Road Lake Orion, MI 48360
  • Phone:  248-858-0916
  • Cost: The program is free, but park entry fee applies
  • Description: Meet at the Baldwin Rd. parking lot! Spend an hour taking in the beauty of fall while learning about the science behind changing leaf colors, evergreens and more, with an Oakland County Parks naturalist. Hikes will be approximately one mile; please dress for the weather. The program is free, but park entry fee applies. Pre-registration is required: Call 248-858-0916 during normal business hours. Participants must maintain social distance by family while on the trail, and wear a mask when social distancing is not possible. Presenter will wear a mask. Programs may be canceled due to inclement weather. All programming is subject to change based on executive orders made by Michigan’s Governor.

Canterbury Halloween Stroll
October 16, 17, 18, 22, 23, 24, 25, and 30th 2020
Friday & Saturday Sessions 6:30pm – 7:00pm – 7:30pm – 8:00pm – 8:30pm – 9:00pm
Thursday and Sunday Sessions: 6:30pm – 7:00pm – 7:30pm – 8:00pm 

  • Address: Canterbury Village 2369 Joslyn Ct, Lake Orion, MI 48360
  • Phone:  
  • Cost: $9.99/person Under 2 -free
  • Description: What is the most enchantingly thrilling adventure behind the “Haunted” King’s Court Castle? The ones you share with your family in Canterbury Village as you stroll through multiple encounters with characters along a path lit by orange glowing lamp posts and hand-carved jack-o’-lanterns. Stop along the way for a photo opportunity at your favorite scene. With 13 stations for trick or treating along the stroll and numerous exciting displays to see with live characters bringing Hallo-ween to life, your adventure will get you in the spirit while creating lasting memories. After your stroll, comfort yourself with hot chocolate, snacks and local food trucks while enjoying the creepy tunes on the C Pub patio. Parents can enjoy Oktoberfest beers, hard ciders, wine and cocktails will talking about the Halloween adventure. The lamp posts are lit, the pumpkins are glowing, skeletons are dancing and scarecrows are singing — all to make this the most memorable adventure of the year.

Boo Bash on the Trails
10/17/20 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm

  • Address: Friendship Park 3380 W. Clarkston Rd, Lake Orion, MI 48360
  • Phone:  248-391-0304 ext 305
  • Cost: Res $10.00 / Non-Res $12.00
  • Description: Join us for an evening of Halloween fun with a trick–or–treat street on the Friendship Park walking trails. When you register, you will select a time slot for your family, time slots will be limited to 10 children. Each registered child will get to pick a pumpkin to take home, along with a take home craft project. Make sure to explore the bat exhibit sponsored by Waste Management! Pre–registration is required, spaces are limited. We are following all executive orders outlined for COVID–19, modifications/changes may take place in order to stay compliant to this program.

Halloween Extravaganza (all spot filled)
October 21, 2020 3:00 PM – 7:45 PM

  • Address: Children’s Park 201 S. Broadway Street Lake Orion, MI. 48362
  • Phone:  248-391-0304 ext 305
  • Description:  Groups will have the opportunity to start at Children’s Park with instructions and a photo op. From there, they work their way through Meek’s Park and onto South Broadway Street and up to Front Street. Ten different tables sponsored by different businesses will each have pre-packaged candy bags that children can take with them.

Family Halloween Events in Leonard 2020

Fall Beauty Hike
Sunday 10/4/20 10:00 – 11:00 AM

  • Address: Addison Oaks County Park-East: 1480 West Romeo Road Leonard, MI 48367
  • Phone:  248-858-0916
  • Cost: The program is free, but park entry fee applies
  • Description: Meet in the Addison Oaks-East parking lot! Spend an hour taking in the beauty of fall while learning about the science behind changing leaf colors, evergreens and more, with an Oakland County Parks naturalist. Hikes will be approximately one mile; please dress for the weather. The program is free, but park entry fee applies. Pre-registration is required: Call 248-858-0916 during normal business hours. Participants must maintain social distance by family while on the trail, and wear a mask when social distancing is not possible. Presenter will wear a mask. Programs may be canceled due to inclement weather. All programming is subject to change based on executive orders made by Michigan’s Governor.

Family Halloween Events in Madison Heights 2020

Homeschool Program: Creepy Critters: Nocturnal Animals
Thursday 10/8/20 10:30 am – 12:30 PM

  • Address: Red Oaks Nature Center: 30300 Hales Street Madison Heights, MI 48071
  • Phone:  248-858-0916
  • Cost: The program is free, but park entry fee applies
  • Description: When the day is done, it’s time for fun! Learn what lurks in the shadows as we discuss the wild world of nocturnal animals. Each session is adapted for ages 5-9 and ages 10-17. Pre-registration is required; call 248-858-0916 on weekdays during regular business hours; no on-site registration will be available. Sessions are designed as drop-off programs for youth. Sessions run 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. All students are welcome, whether from a traditional homeschool, pod or virtual learning setting. A release form must be completed with registration. Cost: $10/session. All programs will take place outdoors – under a tent or on a trail. A water bottle and outdoor dress are recommended. Masks are encouraged for all trail programs and required for programs conducted under the tent. Masks are available on site if participants do not have their own. Staff will wear masks. Screening questions and touchless temperature checks are required upon arrival. Check in at the white tent near the nature center. In case of inclement weather, programs will be cancelled. Please be patient as Covid-19 guidelines and protocols are subject to change by the Michigan Governor’s Executive Orders.

Fun in the Fall
Saturday 10/10/20 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

  • Address: Red Oaks Nature Center: 30300 Hales Street Madison Heights, MI 48071
  • Phone:  248-858-0916
  • Cost: $5/person, but park entry fee applies
  • Description: Experience the magic of nature in the autumn at Red Oaks. Press apples into cider, enjoy a donut, and craft a leafprint T-shirt. Then hike the trails with a Naturalist to see fall colors and learn how animals prepare for winter. Bring a lightcolored T-shirt for printing. $5/person. Preregistration with payment required. Call 248-858-0916 weekdays. No Saturday registration. All programs will take place outdoors – under a tent, or on a trail. Bug spray, water bottles, and outdoor dress are recommended. Masks are encouraged for trail programs (Appointment-based Hikes, Fall Beauty Hikes and Bat Walk) and required for programs conducted under the tent. Masks are available onsite if participants do not have their own. Staff will wear masks. Screening questions and touchless temperature checks are required upon arrival. Check-in at the white tent near the nature center. In case of inclement weather programs will be canceled. Please be patient as COVID-19 guidelines and protocols are subject to change by executive order.

Fall Beauty Hike
Sunday 10/11/20 10:00 am – 11:00 am

  • Address: Red Oaks Nature Center: 30300 Hales Street Madison Heights, MI 48071
  • Phone:  248-858-0916
  • Cost: Free, but park entry fee applies
  • Description: Meet at the white tent behind Red Oaks Nature Center! Spend an hour taking in the beauty of fall while learning about the science behind changing leaf colors, evergreens and more, with an Oakland County Parks naturalist. Hikes will be approximately one mile; please dress for the weather. The program is free, but park entry fee applies. Pre-registration is required: Call 248-858-0916 during normal business hours. Participants must maintain social distance by family while on the trail, and wear a mask when social distancing is not possible. Presenter will wear a mask. Programs may be canceled due to inclement weather. All programming is subject to change based on executive orders made by Michigan’s Governor.


Skullduggery

Saturday 10/17/20 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

  • Address: Red Oaks Nature Center: 30300 Hales Street Madison Heights, MI 48071
  • Phone:  248-858-0916
  • Cost: $7/participant, but park entry fee applies
  • Description: Discover the world of local wildlife and their surroundings. Become a forensic dentist and learn the story that teeth can tell you. Have you ever wondered about how animals think? The skull tells it all. Solve mysteries by using real animal skulls. $7/participant. Preregistration with payment required. Call 248-858-0916 weekdays. No Saturday registration. : All programs will take place outdoors – under a tent, or on a trail. Bug spray, water bottles, and outdoor dress are recommended. Masks are encouraged for trail programs (Appointment-based Hikes, Fall Beauty Hikes and Bat Walk) and required for programs conducted under the tent. Masks are available onsite if participants do not have their own. Staff will wear masks. Screening questions and touchless temperature checks are required upon arrival. Check-in at the white tent near the nature center. In case of inclement weather programs will be canceled. Please be patient as COVID-19 guidelines and protocols are subject to change by executive order.


Pumpkin-ology
10/18/20, 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM

  • Address: Red Oaks Nature Center: 30300 Hales Street Madison Heights, MI 48071
  • Phone:  248-858-0916
  • Description: Prepare for National Pumpkin Day (Oct. 26) by carving your own pumpkin while learning about pumpkin life cycles, hearing a pumpkin story, and enjoying a pumpkin carving demonstration. Take home a tasty pumpkin recipe to turn your masterpiece into a treat. $3/ participant and $7/pumpkin. Preregistration with payment required. Call 248-858-0916 weekdays. No Saturday registration. All programs will take place outdoors – under a tent, or on a trail. Bug spray, water bottles, and outdoor dress are recommended. Masks are encouraged for trail programs (Appointment-based Hikes, Fall Beauty Hikes and Bat Walk) and required for programs conducted under the tent. Masks are available onsite if participants do not have their own. Staff will wear masks. Screening questions and touchless temperature checks are required upon arrival. Check-in at the white tent near the nature center. In case of inclement weather programs will be canceled. Please be patient as COVID-19 guidelines and protocols are subject to change by executive order.

Family Halloween Events in Oxford 2020

Jack-O-Lantern Jamboree
Monday, October 19th at 6:00 pm

  • Address: Seymour Lake Township Park 2795 Seymour Lake Road, Oxford
  • Phone: 248-628-1720
  • Cost: $10 non res, $8 resident
  • Description: Children will be given the opportunity to visit our trick or treat trail to collect trinkets & treats and select a pumpkin from the Great Pumpkin Patch. Participants are encouraged to wear Halloween costumes and comfortable walking shoes, all while following the recommended safety guidelines. The event will be held outdoors and appropriately spaced. Advance registration is required, space will be limited. Register online: www.oxparkrec.org or call 248-628-1720. Please note: For safety purposes we will not issue physical tickets this year. Families are asked to check-in once they arrive at the park.

Trick-or-Treat at Legacy
October 29th 5 PM – 8 PM

  • Address: Legacy 925 925 N. Lapeer Road, Oxford, Mi
  • Description:
    🚗 BEST TRUNK CONTEST!
    🍭 LOTS AND LOTS OF CANDY!
    👨🏻‍🌾 HAYRIDE WITH A FARMER!
    And much more! We’d love to see ALL of your great costumes! See you then!!!

Rochester/Rochester Hills Halloween Events 2020

Stone Wall Pumpkin Festival
Pumpkin Lighting Drive-Thru
October 10th & 11
7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

  • Address: 1000 Rochester Hills Dr., Rochester Hills, MI 48309
  • Phone: 248.656.4600
  • Description: A free drive through event to see all the pumpkins lit up, along with an outdoor exhibit of scarecrows made by local organizations!

Trick or Treating at the Downtown Farmers Market
Saturday, October 31, 2020 8:00 am – 1:00 pm

  • Address: Rochester Farmers Market (corner of E Third St and Water St, Rochester, Michigan)
  • Phone: 248-656-0060
  • Cost: free
  • Description: Trick or Treat stations for children and their parents.

Southfield Halloween Events 2020

Fall Beauty Hike
Sunday 10/11/20 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm

  • Address: Catalpa Oaks County Park: 27705 Greenfield Road, Southfield, MI 48076
  • Phone:  248-858-0916
  • Cost: Free
  • Description: Meet at the pavilion! Spend an hour taking in the beauty of fall while learning about the science behind changing leaf colors, evergreens and more, with an Oakland County Parks naturalist. Hikes will be approximately one mile; please dress for the weather. The program is free, but park entry fee applies. Pre-registration is required: Call 248-858-0916 during normal business hours. Participants must maintain social distance by family while on the trail, and wear a mask when social distancing is not possible. Presenter will wear a mask. Programs may be canceled due to inclement weather. All programming is subject to change based on executive orders made by Michigan’s Governor.

Boo at the Burgh
Friday, October 23   5:30-6:30 pm  or  7:30-8:30 pm
Saturday, October 24   3:30-4:30 pm,   5:30-6:30 pm  or  7:30-8:30 pm

  • Address: Burgh Historical Park (NE Corner of Civic Center Park & Berg Rd,)
  • Phone:  248-796-5000
  • Cost: Tickets are $5 per person for Southfield residents and $10 per person for non-residents.
  • Description: Families with kids ages 5-13 are invited to join Southfield Parks & Recreation Department together with the Southfield Public Library, Southfield Police Department, Southfield Fire Department and the Southfield Homeland Security Division for some Trick or Treating fun, social distancing style!
    Boo at the Burgh will be held over 2 days; Friday, October 23 and Saturday, October 24 and will feature Halloween fun along with measures in place to keep participants and staff safe. There are 5, one-hour time slots for families to choose from and each time slot will be limited to 80 participants (children and adults). Tickets are $5 per person for Southfield residents and $10 per person for non-residents. One adult must be present per family for this event and each person attending must purchase a ticket. Everyone, (yes even the adults!) is encouraged to come in costume to enjoy the 10 decorated stations, each with its own special treat, spread out through the park. Participants must stay with their families and remain 6 feet from other families. Face masks are required for everyone in attendance. No indoor facilities will be available however porta-potties and hand sanitizing stations will be onsite.

Book & Boo
Saturday, October 31   1-2 pm  or  3-4 pm

  • Address: Bedford Woods Park, Webster Ave, west of Pierce Street
  • Phone:  (248) 796-4620
  • Cost: Tickets are $5 per person for Southfield residents and $10 per person for non-residents.
  • Description: Southfield Parks & Recreation Department together with the Southfield Public Library, Southfield Police Department and Southfield Fire Department are pleased to present a new Halloween tradition with Book & Boo. Children ages 2-10 along with their families will meet characters from a popular Halloween story along a decorated storybook trail at Bedford Woods Park as they trick or treat. The story will be placed throughout the path on yard signs so that participants can read the story as they go. At the end of the path each child will receive a pumpkin to take home. Participants are encouraged to come in costume however this is an all outdoor event so please dress accordingly. There are 2, one-hour time slots for families to choose from (1-2 pm or 3-4 pm) and each time slot will be limited to 80 participants (children and adults). Tickets are $5 per person for Southfield residents and $10 per person for non-residents. One adult must be present per family for this event and each person attending must purchase a ticket. Participants must stay with their families and remain 6 feet from other families. Face masks are required for everyone in attendance. No indoor facilities will be available however porta-potties and hand sanitizing stations will be onsite.

Sylvan Lake Halloween Events

Sylvan P&R 2nd Annual Haunted Trail
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 2020 AT 5 PM – 8 PM

  • Address: Sylvan Lake Portion of the Clinton River Trail
  • Description: Looking for a little Pre-Halloween fun? Join the Sylvan Lake Parks and Recreation Committee as we and the some of the houses along the trail decorate a section of the Clinton River Trail. At a minimum again this year we will be decorating the trail between Pontiac Drive and Benvenue so that little ghouls and goblins can enjoy a little Halloween fun, with tricks and treating for all. This is an all ages event.

Halloween Events in Troy 2020

Troy Family Fall Fest
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2020 AT 10 AM – 12 PM & 2 PM – 4 PM

  • Address: Troy Family Aquatic Center 3425 Civic Center Drive, Troy Mi.
  • Cost: PRICING HAS BEEN REDUCED:
    Ages 2–12: $10 Res, $13 Non-Res
    Ages 13+: $5 Res, $8 Non-REs
    Under 2: FREE
  • Description: Join us for Fall Festivities! We are marking off the Aquatic Center parking lot to provide a day of fun for the family. 🎃🍂👻We will have pumpkin decorating (included in fee), a family photo station, inflatable games and crafts, and tasty Michigan treats: cider and donuts!
    Register with the correct activity number here: https://bit.ly/3kF3shb
    Activity #5151-A4: 10 am–12 pm
    Activity #5151-B4: 2–4 pm

Scarecrowtopia Trick-or-Treat
Thursday, October 15th, timed entry from 10am – 1pm  
Fridays, October 16th, and October 30th, timed entry from 4pm – 7pm 
Saturdays, October 17th, and October 31st, timed entry from 12pm – 3pm  

  • Address: Troy Historical Society 60 W. Wattles Road, Troy
  • Phone: 248-524-3570
  • Cost: Troy Historical Society Members: $5, Non-members: $7, All Kids 4 & under: Free
  • Description: Halloween might look a little different in 2020, but the Troy Historic Village is here to  scare  away any fears of missing out with a socially distant Trick-or-Treat celebration! Put on your best costume and join us on select Thursdays, Fridays or Saturdays in October. Treat and craft-packs will be safely prepacked the week before and all activities will be touchless. You can view our new outdoor exhibit, Scarecrowtopia, and our annual Scarecrow Row as part of your visit. 

Cheddartopia Trick or Treat
Thursday October 29, timed entry from 10am – 1pm  

  • Address: Troy Historical Society 60 W. Wattles Road, Troy
  • Phone: 248-524-3570
  • Cost: Troy Historical Society Members: $3/ child, $5/adult
    Non-members:  $4/child, $6/adult.
  • Description: Enjoy special hours and Halloween activities just for preschool families with Cheddar the Village Mouse. Facemasks are required for adults and recommended for children.  

Trick or Treat Among the Trees
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 18, 2020 AT 1 PM – 4:45 PM

  • Address: Stage Nature Center 6685 Coolidge Highway, Troy. Mi
  • Phone: (248) 688-9703
  • Cost: TNS Member: $10.50 | Non-Member: $13.50
  • Description: Halloween doesn’t have to be ghastly and frightening; it can be a fun and friendly celebration! Put on your costume and come out to hike the woodland pumpkin trail. Children will learn some secrets of the forest, receive treats, meet costumed characters and much more. Dress for the weather! The free adult partner must accompany children throughout the program. NOTE: New this year, to maintain social distancing, families will hike the trail on their own and not with a guided group.

Halloween Events in Waterford 2020

Fall Beauty Hike
Sunday 10/18/20 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm

  • Address: Waterford Oaks County Park: 1702 Scott Lake Road Waterford, MI 48328
  • Phone:  248-858-0916
  • Cost: Free, but park entry fee applies
  • Description: Meet at Lookout Lodge (follow Waterford Oaks Blvd. past BMX track). Spend an hour taking in the beauty of fall while learning about the science behind changing leaf colors, evergreens and more, with an Oakland County Parks naturalist. Hikes will be approximately one mile; please dress for the weather. The program is free, but park entry fee applies. Pre-registration is required: Call 248-858-0916 during normal business hours. Participants must maintain social distance by family while on the trail, and wear a mask when social distancing is not possible. Presenter will wear a mask. Programs may be canceled due to inclement weather. All programming is subject to change based on executive orders made by Michigan’s Governor.

White Lake Halloween Events 2020

Green Halloween
Friday, October 16, 2020, 5:30 -6:30 pm

  • Address: Indian Springs Metropark, Environmental Discover Center 5175 Indian Trail White Lake, MI 48386
  • Phone:  (248) 625-7280
  • Cost: $3 per child, $5 per adult, children under 2 are Free!
  • Description: The spooky season is a great opportunity to make thoughtful swaps to help the environment. During this outdoor program, we will make some “green” Halloween décor, and discuss ways in which we can make this holiday a little less frightful for the planet. Social distancing is required and face coverings are encouraged. Fun for all ages!

Trick or Treat on the Trail
Saturday, October 24, 2020 and Sunday, October 25, 2020, 1:00 -3:00 pm

  • Address: Indian Springs Metropark, Environmental Discover Center 5175 Indian Trail White Lake, MI 48386
  • Phone:  (248) 625-7280
  • Cost:  $5 per child, $5 per adult, Children under 2 FREE!
  • Description: This is trick-or-treating for the whole family!  During this program, your family will experience Halloween-themed educational stops and costumed characters along the path of pumpkins and trails. Be sure to bring a bag or bucket to collect your treats at each stop.  Tours leave at scheduled times and late arrivals may not be accommodated. Geared towards family with kids ages 2 -10.  Social distancing is required, and face coverings are encouraged.

Wixom Halloween Events

Fall Fest & Panther Hunt (Wixom)
Saturday, October 10th, 1 – 5 pm

  • Address: Gilbert Willis Park 2911 Chickasaw Street, Wixom, Michigan 48393
  • Phone: 248-624-2850
  • Cost: $5/child
  • Description: Come in your costume and join us for a trick-or-treat walk on the Panther Trail! Cost Includes: Halloween Tote; Trinkets & Treats; Visit with the friendly Wixom Panther; Pumpkin to decorate at home.



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