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Where To Trick Or Treat In Tuolumne County

By Mackenzie Rodgers | 10/21/2019 | Events, Exploring Tuolumne County, Lodging, Outdoor Adventure, Pet Friendly , Wine and Cider Tasting

A fall bucket list would be incomplete without "Trick Or Treating," so treat yourself to a spooky adventure in Tuolumne County, this Halloween. Here's a few of our favorite designated spots for candy collecting and creepy cool fun for all ages.

Once a year, Columbia State Historic Park's Main Street is transformed into "Boo Boulevard." In celebration of Halloween, the Park's merchants welcome children of all ages, in costume, to enjoy sweet treats and free fun. October 26, 2019.Columbia Candy Apples

Photo by Menka Belgal

Shop local and eat candy in Historic Downtown Sonora for Trick Or Treat Street. Small town spooks and Gold Rush ghouls welcome families to trick or treat along Washington Street at participating, local businesses. October 26, 2019.


Grab yourself a pumpkin spice latte and roam around the Junction Shopping Center, for some spooktacular Halloween fun. Trick or treat at 40 different shops, and take in the wicked seasonal vibes of East Sonora. October 26, 2019.


Gather in the historic town of Groveland for some Trunk Or Treat fun in Mary Lavaroni Park. Stroll from car to car, trick or treating at each elaborately decorated trunk. Contests for best dressed trunk, and best costumes will make this night an unforgettable one. October 26, 2019.


Immerse yourself in the ways of the Celtic, and explore the many magical realms of the All Hallows Faire. Trick or treat among many creatures and characters, as you explore sections like "Warrior Land, "Pirate Cove," and "Goblinsgrotto." October 26-27, 2019.

Photo by II Pix Photography

Get in the Halloween spirit at Railtown 1897 State Historic Park, in Jamestown. Explore the Park and find trick or treat stations along the way. Then, take a journey along the Sierra Railway for a special evening train ride. October 19, 2019.

Photo courtesy of Railtown 1897 SHP

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