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7 Places To Go Trick Or Treating In Reno

by Josephine Hogan

With all the craziness going around in the world right now, the thought of taking your kids out trick or treating can be a bit daunting. Especially if you don’t know if Covid guidelines will be followed. Today we’ve compiled a list of places to take the kids where they can have a fun experience while also following local guidelines. Be sure to check out the location’s website to know their specific rules. And as always, check out the local weather and updates before heading on out for a night of fun.

1) Trunk or Treat at Sparks United Methodist Church

Join the Sparks United Methodist Church on Friday, October 30th for a socially distanced Trunk or Treat. You and your kids can dress up and have a great time at this perfectly socially distanced Halloween event. For more details about the trunk or treat, check out the Sparks United Methodist Church’s website.

  • Address:
    • 1231 Pyramid Way, Sparks, Nevada
  • When to go:
    • October 30
  • Hours:
    • 4 pm to 6 pm
  • How much does it cost:
    • Free

2) Socially SCHEELS No Contact Trick or Treat

If you’re looking for a no-contact trick or treat experience, then this is a perfect place for you to check out. The event will be held outside under the front awning and they will be handing out prepackaged treat bags for the first 1200 kids. All you have to do is drive up to get the treat. For more information about the SCHEELS No Contact Trick or Treat, check out their website found here.

  • Address:
    • Scheels Sparks, 1200 Scheels Dr. Sparks, Nevada
  • When to go:
    • October 31
  • Hours:
    • 11 am
  • How much does it cost:
    • Free
toddler wearing snow white costume

3) HOWL-oween Safe Trick or Treating at Nevada Humane Society

This event, held in the parking lot of the Nevada Humane Society Reno location, is to give the kiddos a chance to show off their costumes while safely experiencing trick or treating. In order to keep everyone safe, the event will be fashioned in a trunk or treat style. For more information on the event and the safety guidelines put in place, head on over to their website.

  • Address:
    • Nevada Humane Society, Reno Location, 2825 Longley Lane, Suite B, Reno, Nevada
  • When to go:
    • October 31
  • Hours:
    • 3 pm to 5 pm
  • How much does it cost:
    • Free

4) Trunk or Treat at St. John’s Presbyterian Church

On October 29, be sure to head on over to the St. John’s Presbyterian Church where they will be hosting a Trunk or Treat starting at 4:30 pm. Kids are welcomed to come dressed in costume and to go trunk to trunk to trick or treat. Before you head on over, be sure to check out their website for a full list of guidelines to follow.

  • Address:
    • 1070 W Plumb Lane, Reno, Nevada
  • When to go:
    • October 29
  • Hours:
    • 4:30 pm to 6 pm
  • How much does it cost:
    • Free

5) Trick-or-Treat Lane with the Food Bank of Northern NV

If you are looking for a way to not only have fun but also make a difference for a struggling family in your community. Then you need to check out the trick or treat lane. Not only will you get to have a fun evening trick or treating from the car, but you can also donate some much-needed food to your local community. You won’t want to miss out on the fun decorations while collecting treats along the way. For more information about what is needed most at the food bank, head on over to their website.

  • Address:
    • Idlewild Park, 2055 Idlewild Drive, Reno, Nevada
  • When to go:
    • October 29
  • Hours:
    • 5 pm to 7 pm
  • How much does it cost:
    • 5 non-perishable food items
    • Or $5 per car

6) Victory Christian Fellowships Trunk or Treat

This is another great example of how to socially distance while trick or treating. Here they are planning to have the cars spread out in the parking lot with plenty of space between each trunk party. You’ll also get to experience fun decorated cars and candy being passed out. For more information check out their Facebook page.

  • Address:
    • 9744 South Virginia Street, #D1, Reno, Nevada
  • When to go:
    • October 30
  • Hours:
    • 6 pm to 8 pm
  • How much does it cost:
    • Free

7) Trunk or Treat at Evelyn Mount Community Center

Head on over to the Evelyn Mount Community Center, where they’re hosting a drive-thru Trunk or Treat. Be sure to dress up and show off your costumes while checking out the decorated cars. Candy will be handed out at designated stations by staff wearing gloves and masks. Find more information on this event on their website.

  • Address:
    • Evelyn Mount Northeast Community Center, 1301 Valley Rd, Reno, Nevada
  • When to go:
    • October 29
  • Hours:
    • 5 pm to 7 pm
  • How much does it cost:
    • Free
person cos playing Darth Vader

No matter which of the places you choose to attend during Halloween week, you are sure to have a safe and fun evening. Each one has amazing things to offer and will be a great way to get out and for the kids to show off their costumes. Let us know in the comments if you went to one of these great places and which ones are your favorites.

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