Homewood Halloweekend at Homewood October 21st-24th 3pm-9pm
When the sun goes down the goblins, ghosts, and ghouls come out during Halloweekends at Homewood Mountain Resort Oct. 21-24. Join us for a peak-to-shore fright-fest featuring spooky fun for the whole family. Take a stroll through the Trick or Treat village at South Base featuring face painting, pumpkin decorating, and more! For a truly terrifying experience, join us at dusk for a chilling chairlift ride – if you dare! Try not to scream as the Quail Chair whisks you through one haunted scene after another – but rider beware, the only way out is riding the chairlift back down to the bottom!
Scare Disclosure: If you have little ones who are easily frightened, we recommend planning to ride the chairlift before dusk (3:00 – 7:00 pm), as it’ll be a “high scare factor” once the sun sets. At the base area, the festival itself is suited for all ages.
Entry into the festival is FREE. Haunted chairlifts rides are an additional fee and tickets can be purchased online in advance.
An event for the whole family on the Friday before Halloween each year!
Bring your children of all ages to downtown Truckee for trick-or-treating through the streets of downtown and at the Community Arts Center for candy, toys, books and more. No parade this year.
Tahoe City Sunday October 31st 3pm-5pm Tahoe City PUD Parks and Recreation Department and local businesses are excited to offer a fun and safe place for families to trick or treat. Check-in at Heritage Plaza. This event is FREE!