These are your best bets for IRL seasonal fun in our neck of the woods.
Before you go -- here are some tips on how to stay safe this Halloween.
Saturday, October 31, 2020
Head to Downtown Monroe for trick or treat! This event is intended to allow little goblins and ghouls the opportunity to have a safe, and fun Halloween by picking up candy from containers at local businesses. There will be a costume contest, music, and the city will provide free face masks.
The city of Arlington celebrates their Hometown Halloween 2020 with a few spooky events.
One of the best ways to avoid crowds is to strike out on your own in search of ghostly figures. Check out our recent article about the best places to spot a ghost in Snohomish County!
Skip town entirely to get some space in the mountains. Our local trails are full of resplendent autumn color this time of year. Check out our Fall Foliage Guide right here!
We have an entire landing page on our website with fall fun. Be sure to check out the best of what our farm valleys have to offer -- corn mazes, kettle corn, pumpkin cannons, hayrides, leaf strolls, and more!