Where to Go Trick-or-Treating in Chicagoland This Halloween

Halloween is around the corner and we know the majority of kiddos (and parents) have candy on their mind. Even in 2020, trick-or-treating is not canceled. Just remember to wear your face coverings and practice social distancing. Luckily, some trick-or-treating neighborhood events are getting creative this year to help keep families safe.

 

Note: We’re updating our website as quickly as we can, but changes may occur due to COVID-19. Please double check before heading out for the most updated information on safety precautions and any last-minute cancellations. Stay safe!

 

Long Grove Halloween Town

 

When: Oct. 23, 2-5 p.m.

 

Where: Historic Downtown Long Grove, 308 Old McHenry Road, Long Grove

 

Cost: Free

 

Businesses throughout Halloween Town will hand out sweets. To ensure safety, merchants may be handing out pre-packaged only treats outside. Families must wear masks while entering and leaving the stores and eat their candy outside or at home.

 

Royal Trick Or Treat

 

When: Oct. 23, 4-7 p.m.

 

Where: Bartlett Hills Golf Club, 800 W. Oneida, Bartlett

 

Cost: $19-$28

 

Book your 30-minute time slot to meet and greet eight characters, including some villain friends, trick or treat from each one, and take some fun photos.

 

Trick or Treating at Spring Valley

 

When: Oct. 25, 12:30-5:15 p.m.

 

Where: Spring Valley Nature Center & Heritage Farm, 1111 E. Schaumburg Road, Schaumburg

 

Cost: $3 resident, $5 non-resident, free for children 2 and younger (Timed tickets required)

 

Wear Halloween costumes, explore the doors and nooks of the Nature Center, travel from building to building at the Heritage Farm. Masks are required.

 

Drive-Through Trick-or-Treat

 

When: Oct. 28, 5-7 p.m.

 

Where: Orland Park Crossing 9500 W. 143rd Ave., Orland Park

 

Cost: Free

 

Dress up for Halloween and collect a bag of treats and special offers from Orland Park Crossing. Drive-thru begins across from Yankee Candle. Face masks are required.

 

Lincoln Scared Trick-or-Treat Goodie Bag

 

When: Oct. 29, 5-7 p.m. (Pick-up only)

 

Where: Ricochet’s Tavern, 4644 N. Lincoln Ave., Chicago

 

Cost: $22 (Orders must by placed by 3 p.m., Oct. 28)

 

Help small businesses in Lincoln Square and Ravenswood thrive by purchasing a bag of spooky treats for the kids, adults or pets. Donations are also being accepted.

 

Trick or Treating the Trails at Peterson Park

 

When: Oct. 31, 9:30-11:30 a.m.

 

Where: Peterson Park, 5801 N. Pulaski Road, Chicago

 

Cost: $10 (Timed tickets required)

 

Peterson Park has created a ghostly family-friendly trail for families to trick or treat! Advanced registration is required and everyone is required to wear a face mask and following social distancing guidelines.

 

Monster Mash Bash Drive-Thru Trick or Treat

 

When: Oct. 31, Noon-1:45 p.m.

 

Where: Prairie Point Park, 4120 Plainfield Road, Oswego

 

Cost: $5 resident, $6 non-resident (Timed tickets are required)

 

Handed out by gloved and masked local community leaders, cars will follow the parking lot procession for their bag, trinkets, and of course, candy. All this fun, and kiddos never leave the car!

 

Trick-or-Treat Wicker Park-Bucktown-West Town

 

When: Oct. 31, 2-4 p.m.

 

Where: Wicker Park, Bucktown, West Town and Logan Square

 

Cost: $5 (Timed tickets required)

 

Twenty-five businesses from Wicker Park and Bucktown will be spread out throughout the location at individual stations to give out candy, and a Halloween Photo Wall with festive displays will be set up for Instagrammable photo opps. Just 20 families will be admitted every 15 minutes. Each ticket is good for a family of five.

 

Trail of Treats

 

When: Oct. 31, 2-4 p.m.

 

Where: Richton Park Community Center, 4445 Sauk Trail, Richton Park

 

Cost: Free (Preregistration required)

 

Come dressed in your favorite costume for drive thru trick or treating and more at this festive fun-filled event. Recommended for ages 4-11.

 


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This article originally published on Oct. 15, 2019. It has been updated with the most recent information. 

 

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