Halloween 2021 in the Greater Prescott Area

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Halloween, though not a national holiday, is nevertheless a very popular time to get dressed up in your favorite costume and have fun! Whether it is Trick-or-Treating door-to-door in neighborhoods, or attending a planned Halloween event, the Greater Prescott area has a lot of places you can go and celebrate.

Halloween is always on the last day of October, and because Halloween 2021 falls on a Sunday, many places are celebrating in the Greater Prescott area all weekend long!

On Sunday, October 31st, neighborhoods get ready for trick-or-treaters to start ringing their doorbells of their homes as early as 4:00 pm to accommodate the younger kids before it gets dark and before it gets too cold outside. Popular neighborhoods in Prescott to Trick-or-Treat include up and down North and South Mount Vernon and in the Park Avenue/Country Club Drive areas. In Prescott Valley, Granville is a great neighborhood to go to!

Here are just some of the events happening in the Greater Prescott area:



Haunting on the Green is a FREE family-friendly event brought to you by Parks and Recreation and the Prescott Valley Police Department! On Friday, October 29th, from 4:00 – 8:00 pm at the Civic Center located at 7501 Skoog Blvd in Prescott Valley. Join the fun with a Bike rodeo, Hero Party Rentals inflatables, Haunted house, Costume contest, Halloween treats and much more!



Bring the kids for an evening of fun On Friday, October 29th, from 6:00 – 9:00 pm at Living Waters Church located at 8075 N Prescott Ridge Road, Prescott Valley. Great food, bounce houses, hay ride, games, face painting, live music and much more! This is a free event, everyone welcome!



Yavapai CASA for Kids Foundation’s 6th Annual Costumes for Kids 5K Fun Run will take place on Saturday, October 30th at the Courthouse Plaza in Prescott staring at 9:00 am. Come by, wear your costumes and trick or treat yourself to a fun event! Registration will be $25 for runners 24&Up, $20 for runners 17-23, registration is FREE for youth 16 and Under! Please reach out to barb@yavapaicasaforkids.org for additional information. All proceeds from this event will be used to directly enrich the lives of foster youth in Yavapai County!



On Saturday, October 30th between 2:00 – 5:00 pm at Memory Park at 020 Palomino Road, Chino Valley is the 23rd Annual Trick or Treating at Memory Park Town event….This free even is family friendly and will have kids activities, Zombie Zone, snacks for sale, and allergy-free treats too!



Join us on Saturday, October 30, 2021, from 2 pm to 5 pm for our Annual Findlay Subaru Prescott’s 2021 Trunk or Treat Event at 3230 Willow Creek Road, Prescott. Local Businesses and Organizations will have Trunks of Treats to hand out + activities, photo opportunities, and fun for the Whole Family in a Safe and Friendly Environment. Please remember to bring a non-perishable food item for Yavapai Food Bank or a Children/Young Adult Book for the ERAU Phi Kappa Phi Book Drive.



Come on down to the Prescott Gateway Mall on Saturday, October 30th starting at 3:00 pm for spooky good time! Show off your costume and collect some candy courtesy of the mall businesses.



The best addition to your Halloween tradition! Join Prescott Christian Church for the 3rd annual Candy Crawl just above the Mount Vernon festivities! On Sunday, October 31st from 4:00 – 8:00 pm at 501 S Senator Highway, Prescott. Games, food, Trick-or-Treating and more! And it’s FREE FREE FREE! They even offer free parking and free shuttles from the event to Mt. Vernon and back! For all information on Candy Crawl (including how to access parking) head here: Prescott Candy Crawl



Prescott Valley Early Bird Lions is sponsoring this year’s Safe Trick or Treat Event and will be Sunday, October 31st from 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM. The free event will be held at the Findlay Toyota Center in Prescott Valley at 3201 N Main Street. For any questions, please call Makayla at 307-699-4494.



On Sunday, October 31, 2021, from 3:30-5:30 pm, the Town of Dewey-Humboldt will be hosting its inaugural Trunk or Treat event at Town Hall! Trunk or Treat is a Halloween tradition in which a community, church, school, etc. come together and decorate the open trunks of their cars and pass out candy and other trinkets from their trunks. This is a safe place for families to celebrate Halloween and provides access for families who may not have a trick-or-treat-friendly neighborhood. Along with the Trunk or Treating, there will be two bounce houses for the children to enjoy.

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