DFW Halloween Events You Won’t Want to Miss
The spookiest time of the year is upon us! If you are searching for alternatives to trick-or-treating this year, there are several DFW Halloween events planned with safety at the forefront. Check out Cambridge Crossing’s suggestion and let us know your Halloween plans over on our Facebook page.
Little Elm Pumpkin Hollow
Oct. 16 and 17 ۰ 7-10 p.m.
701 W Eldorado Pkwy, Little Elm, TX
Skipping the haunted house but still looking for a fun scare? Head to Little Elm’s free Haunted Drive-Thru to see creepy characters haunting the road in the park! There will be lights, fog, actors and animatronics along the route.
Celina Beware of The Square
Saturday, Oct. 24 ۰ 6-10 p.m.
This hometown favorite event is taking several safety precautions to ensure social distancing and a fun time for all at Celina Beware of the Square! Enjoy Trick-or-treating, vendor booths, games and spooky stuff for all ages. Dress yourself and little ones up in costumes and come enjoy a frighteningly good time.
First Celina’s Fall Festival
Sunday, Oct. 25۰ 3-6 p.m.
Old Celina Park
First Celina Baptist Church is organizing the city’s first Fall Festival at Old Celina Park. Kids can enjoy a rock-climbing wall, carnival rides, a pony carousel, photo booth, train ride and fun booths with lots of candy. The event is free! Social distancing and other precautions will be in place.
Trunk or Treat Celina
Thursday, Oct. 29
841 N Preston Rd. Celina, TX
Head out to this drive-thru edition of Trunk or Treat for Celina families. Drive by with your little ones in their costumes and stay in the car – the volunteers on site will serve you!
Trick or Treat at the McKinney Farmers Market
Saturday, Oct. 31
8 a.m.-12 p.m.
315 S Chestnut St, McKinney, TX 75069
On Halloween morning, the McKinney Farmers Market will have family friendly yard games, a photo op and participating vendors will hand out candy to trick or treaters. Come dressed in costume to our Halloween themed Farmers Market! Please note, masks that completely cover your face will not be allowed.
Cambridge Crossing wishes you and your family a very happy Halloween! Our new DFW master-planned community is currently underway. Situated strategically where the Dallas North Tollway extension meets the future Collin County Outer Loop, Cambridge Crossing homeowners will have a direct route to the big city draws of North Dallas and nearby Frisco, Plano, McKinney and Prosper, as well as all of the small-town charm of Celina.