Where to Go Trick-or-Treating in Southeast Michigan This Halloween

Take your kids to do some unique trick-or-treating this Halloween season.

With Halloween coming up, there are so many things to do including trunk-or-treat events and Halloween-themed trails in metro Detroit and Ann Arbor. We have picked a few to try where kids can get their costumes on, have tons of fun and receive lots of candy and other treats!

Macomb

HarvestFest at Freedom Hill County Park

Oct 22-23, 2022 

There will be a pumpkin patch, trick-or-treating, games, live music, inflatables, outdoor movies, food trucks and more. Make sure to wear your costume.

Pop’s Annual Trunk or Treat in Downtown Mount Clemens 

Oct. 22, 2022

Bring the kids downtown, check out some creative ideas and get some free candy. There will be costume and car awards and prizes to participants. 

Trick or Treat Trail at Clinton Township Civic Center

Oct. 22, 2022 

Kids 11 and under can enjoy a “live” friendly character nature trail and collect toys and candy along the way. Each child will pick out their own pie pumpkin. Registration required.

Halloween Parade at Sterling Heights Public Library

Oct. 24-25, 2022

Dress up in costume and join the library for some Halloween stories, a trick-or-treat parade and a short Halloween movie. For children in sixth grade and younger. No strollers or wagons allowed. Registration is not required.

Trunk-or-Treat at the Fraser Public Library 

Oct. 29, 2022

Fraser Public Library is hosting its 3rd annual Truck-or-Treat event. Register only if you are passing out goodies. No registration required for trick-or-treating.

Terror on Tillson Street Trick-or-Treating

Oct. 31, 2022 

  • Address: Tilson Street, between Sisson and South Main streets, Romeo
  • Cost: Free 

The entire block goes all out for Halloween, decorating the houses as spooky as can be. Bring your little ones to trick-or-treat and experience the fun!

Trick or Treat & Trunk or Treat at New Baltimore Trade Center

Oct. 30, 2022 

Participants can choose between a trunk-or-treat (2-4 p.m.) or a trick-or-treat (2-5 p.m.). There will be a costume contest for children, adults and pets. Registration required.

Oakland

Troy “Prehistoric” Village Trick-or-Treat

Oct. 21-22, 2022 

Kids will enjoy dinosaur-themed decorations, crafts, games and activities while they explore the village in search of candy and goodies during this annual event. Register in advance for reduced admission.

Zoo Boo at the Detroit Zoo

Oct. 21-23, 2022 

All 125 acres of the Detroit Zoo will be open until dark for this annual “merry-not-scary” Halloween celebration, which features strolling entertainment, Halloween face painting, photo opportunities, trick-or-treating stations and more. This year, the zoo added themed weekends. Oct. 21-23 is Heroes and Villains. 

Boo Bash at Heritage Park

Oct. 23, 2022 

Dress up in your favorite costume and come enjoy a hayride, s’mores, crafts, a creepy crawly creature display and a trick-or-treat trail. Advanced registration required.

Trick-or-Treat Trail at Marshbank Park

Oct. 23, 2022 

Families can enjoy this safe, friendly half-mile paved trail at Marshbank Park during the Trick-or-Treat Trail event. Put on your costume and head out to collect goodies from costumed characters, local businesses and organizations. Advanced registration is required.

Halloween Trunk or Treat at Roseland Park Cemetery

Oct. 29, 2022 

Families can enjoy a night of safe and fun trick-or-treating at Roseland Park Cemetery. Owners of the most uniquely decorated vehicles can win prizes.

Trunk or Treat – Kids of all ages welcome! at Acacia Park Cemetery

Oct. 29, 2022

Try this unique trunk-or-treat event that takes place in a cemetery. It will feature costume contests for children, adults, pets and group costumes.

Trick or Eat-Family Trunk or Treating at St. Paul’s United Methodist Church

Oct. 30, 2022

The Halloween fun includes trunk-or-treating, yard games, a pet costume parade and Little Lou’s Hot Chicken Food Truck.

Trunk Or Treat at Exit United Realty Professionals

Oct. 30, 2022 

Bring the family out for trunk-or-treating, face painting, games, prizes, candy, music, treats and more.

Washtenaw 

Halloween Downtown Ypsi Glow at the Ypsilanti District Library – Main Branch

Oct. 28, 2022 

Trick-or-treat, explore the haunted BOO(k)mobile, dance to the music and more.

Thrills at the Mills at Hudson Mills Metropark

Oct. 29, 2022  

At this Halloween event, dogs will enjoy tug-o-war, leaf pile fun, agility course and compete in a costume contest. For the kids, there will be a trunk-or-treat event and activities. End the evening with a drive-in style movie showing of Monster House on the big screen. Pre-registration is required for treaters, trunks and dogs. 

Wayne

Shadows from the Past Halloween Walk at Greenmead Historic Park

Oct. 21-22, 2022

Ages 2-16 can wear a costume and bring their flashlight for some mildly spooky trick-or-treating fun. Advanced registration is required. 

3rd Annual Trunk or Treat! at Bluestone Children’s Center

Oct. 22, 2022

Join Bluestone VOICES for Autism for the 3rd Annual Truck or Treat event. 100% of proceeds go directly to scholarships.

Ford Piquette Museum – Trunk or Treat

Oct. 22, 2022

Kids can enjoy a trunk-or-treat event at the Ford Piquette Avenue Plant Museum, the birthplace of the Model T. Ghostly museum guides will give kid-friendly tours of Henry Ford’s car factory and kids can also enjoy a museum scavenger hunt.

Haunted Trail at Halloweenfest at Ford Field Park

Oct. 22, 2022

Come out to Ford Field Park dressed in costume and walk the Haunted Trail to the Ghost Pavilion. Celebrate with fun activities, food trucks and bags of candy for the kids. Recommended for elementary school aged children and their parents.

Little Goblins at Ford House 

Oct. 22, 2022

Bring your little goblins to Ford House for this annual day of Halloween entertainment filled with spooky yet kid-friendly fun. Advanced registration required.

Treats in the Streets at Detroit Historical Museum

Oct. 23, 2022

This annual event for kids 12 and under in The Streets of Old Detroit exhibit has trick-or-treating along with other Halloween themed activities. Costumes are encouraged.

Trunk or Treat at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church and School

Oct. 30, 2022

Children of all ages are welcome to participate in this safe, alternative to trick-or-treating. There will be plenty of candy along with cider, doughnuts and coffee.

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