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Huntsville Halloween Weekend Roundup October 29 – 31

Huntsville Halloween Weekend Roundup October 29 – 31

This is it! Don’t get scared now. Trunk or treats and Fall Festivals abound this Huntsville Halloween Weekend, even if it’s rainy. If you’re on the hunt for some spooky fun, you have plenty of options that the whole family will love. If you don’t find something below, you can always check out our full Event Calendar for even more spooky stuff!

2021 Halloween Haunts and Spooky Season Fun 

The Huntsville Halloween weekend is finally here and we’ve rounded up all the fun for your spooky season over in our Fall Fun Guide. Find the best places for Trick or Treating or Trunk or Treating, check out some Halloween special events, and enjoy some Halloween lights and decorations. Be sure to tell your friends about this list!

There’s plenty Halloween lights and decorations to enjoy this year!

Huntsville Halloween Weekend Fun For Families

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Rain is in the forecast, and we will be updating our list here and on our calendar as we learn about canceled events. So keep checking back!

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Free & Cheap Activities

  • FREE – Join the RCM Virtual Book Club‘s spooky book discussion. Details
  • FREE – Visit JP2 Catholic High for Drive-Thru Trick or Treating. Details 
  • FREE – Walk through the Pumpkin Trail at the Garden of Hazel Green. Details
  • FREE – Listen to the sounds of Halloween at the Spooktacular Organ Concert. Details
  • FREE – Enjoy candy & games at the Downtown Rescue Mission Fall Festival. Details
  • FREE- Roam the haunted halls at the Lakewood Community Center Fall Fest. Details
  • FREE – Go on a scavenger hunt at the Dr. Showers Jr. Rec Center Fall Fest. Details
  • FREE – Get your face painted at the Mark Russell Recreation Center Fall Fest. Details
  • FREE – Enjoy an outdoor movie at the New Market Community Center Trunk or Treat. Details
  • FREE – Enter the costume contest at the All Hallow’s Eve Spooktacular at Lowe Mill. Details
  • FREE – Visit the petting zoo at the FBC Meridianville Harvest Bash. Details
  • FREE – Enjoy live music & handmade crafts at the 5th Annual Bernard Blues & BBQ. Details
  • FREE – Try your hand at carnival games at the Riverton Intermediate School Harvest Carnival. Details
  • FREE – Visit the Huntsville Science Festival for interactive displays and hands-on booths. Details
  • FREE – Feed your sweet tooth at the St. Mark’s Lutheran Church Trunk or Treat. Details
  • FREE – Jump on the bouncy houses at the Harvest Church Fall Festival. Details
  • FREE – Join the Trick or Treat Parade at Lowe Mill and catch some candy. CANCELED
  • FREE – Paint a pumpkin in costume at Melt’s Annual Fall Festival. Details
  • FREE – Dress up & enjoy some treats at the Grace United Methodist Trunk or Treat. Details
  • FREE – Join some of the LMP Stars for a Halloween Costume Cabaret. Details
  • FREE – Pick up some goodies & activities at the Hogan YMCA Honk or Treat. Details
  • FREE – Join the Sirens’ Witches Ride for a wild & witchy flight through Decatur. Details
  • FREE – Go to the Carnival of Giving to fight childhood cancer while enjoying games. Details
  • FREE – Let the little monsters catch candy at the Blossomwood Witches Ride. Details
  • FREE – Join Hope Valley for a Tent or Treat and enjoy the candy. Details
  • FREE – Join the HPD Haunted House & get some candy. Details
  • FREE – Enjoy food & candy at the Downtown Trunk or Treat. Details
  • FREE – Listen to live music with UAH alumni & friends at the Charger Tipoff. Details
  • FREE – Join the Sanderson sisters at the Sand Mountain Amphitheater Movie Night. Details
  • FREE – Dress up and get some candy at the Latham UMC Trunk or Treat. Details
  • FREE – Visit Madison UMC Drive By Parade and grab some curbside Halloween treats. Details
  • FREE – Go on a hayride at the Mosaic City Church Trunk or Treat. Details
  • FREE – Join New Life Community Fellowship for a Trunk or Treat. Details
  • FREE – Visit Cornerstone Community Church for their Trunk or Treat. Details
  • FREE – Grab a slice of pizza at the Trunk or Treat at Friendship Baptist. Details
  • FREE – Join the Rocket City Wranglers for a Trunk or Treat. Details
  • FREE – Decorate a pumpkin at the Asbury Church Hallelujah Night. Details
  • FREE – Join Huntsville Customs for a “Cars n Tacos” Trunk or Treat. Details
  • FREE – Sip on hot chocolate at the Drive-Thru Trunk or Treat at Weatherly Assembly. Details
  • FREE – Make some yummy pumpkin treats with your kids. Details
  • FREE – Head downtown for the Big Spring Park Scavenger Hunt for kids! Details
  • FREE – Hunt for the best neighborhood Halloween decorations near you. Details

Worth the Money this Huntsville Halloween Weekend

  • Dress up and have a historic 1800s Halloween at BOO! at Burritt. Details
  • Dress up your ghosts & ghouls for a touchless Halloween Bash at EarlyWorks. Details
  • Help a local baby in need by donating a pack of diapers to the Great Diaper Drive. Details
  • Go on a spider themed scavenger hunt at Cook Museum’s Fall Fun Day. Details
  • The Spooky Space Spectacular will have candy, hands-on activities, & more. Details
  • Cheer on the War Dawgs and grab some candy at Hoops or Treat. Details
  • Go the Comic Science Improv for some family-friendly improv fun. Details
  • Visit Lyon Family Farms to pick a pumpkin and watch some fireworks. Details
  • Visit The Haunted Kingdom for spooky playground fun in Madison. Details
  • Navigate the Moonlight Maze at Hidden River Farm. Details
  • Ride the kiddie coaster at 4D Farms before picking your pumpkin. Details
  • Stroll through the Scarecrow Trail at HBG’s Festifall Celebration. Details
  • FREE – Enter the pie eating contest at Madison’s Insane Nightmare on Skate Street. Details
  • Discover the world’s great record holders at the Space & Rocket Center’s new exhibit. Details
  • Celebrate spooky season with a Huntsville Ghost Walk. Details
  • Have a Huntsville staycation for less $$$ with the new Rocket City Kids Pass. Details


DISCLAIMER: We do our best at Rocket City Mom to provide accurate, useful information about events and activities. This information (such as times and locations) is gathered from user submissions, press releases, local newspapers, signs around town and word of mouth. While we always try to confirm details before they are posted in the Huntsville Weekend Roundup, sometimes details change or we are given inaccurate information. Whenever possible we link our write-ups to the source in which our information came from and strongly urge you to confirm details before you go, especially when it comes to outdoor events and weather.


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