WHAT IS INCLUDED WITH MY TICKET PURCHASE?
Ticket purchases include access to the event, admission to train rides, face painting, trick or treating, and most activities.
HOW MUCH ARE TICKETS?
Tickets are $5 if bought online before the event. Online ticket sales will end October 27th. Tickets will also be available at the event, but the price increases to $8 at the door, so we highly encourage you to buy them online!
WHO NEEDS A TICKET?
Children four years of age and older, AND adults will need a valid ticket for entry. Children three years of age and under are free.
WHERE CAN I PURCHASE TICKETS?
Tickets will only be available online at www.faribankshalloween.com. Online ticket sales begin Friday, October 1st and will end Wednesday, October 27th at 11:59pm. Tickets can also be purchased at the door the day of the event.
DO I NEED TO PRINT OUT MY ONLINE TICKET?
Printing your ticket in advance is preferred, or tickets can be shown directly from a mobile device. Please have your ticket open and ready before reaching the front gate.
DOES HALLOWEEN TRICK OR TREAT TOWN OFFER REFUNDS?
Halloween Trick or Treat Town does not offer refunds for ticket purchases.
HOW MUCH OF THE EVENT IS INDOORS? WILL IT BE COLD?
75% of the event will be outside, so please dress appropriately for the weather. There will be indoor spaces available to warm up, as well as warming fire pits positioned throughout the park. Warm food and beverages will be for sale from local food vendors.
I CAME LAST YEAR, WHAT IS NEW?
This year will not be a drive through event. Instead we are going back to the in person Halloween Trick or Treat Town. The eating contest and costume contest will be outside. You will be able to take pictures with Santa, play lots of games outside, get your face painted, take photos in the photo booth, and more!
HOW DOES THE COSTUME CONTEST WORK?
Think you have the coolest, scariest, or best costume at the event? Enter for free! The costume contest will be outside at the Gazebo from 2:30-3:15pm. The categories are: Pet, Toddler (0-4), Youth (5-10), Teen (11-17), Adult, & Group. $25 VISA Gift card to 1st place in each category. Sign up by 2:15pm at the Gazebo.
CAN I SEE AN EVENT MAP AHEAD OF TIME?
Yes! Maps showing locations, scheduled events, food, bathrooms etc. will be available prior to the event on the Facebook Page @HalloweenTrickorTreatTown. Hard copies will also be available at the gate when you enter the event.
WHAT IS THE PARKING SITUATION?
Parking is free! Please park in the main Pioneer Park parking lot. Arrive early, the parking lot will get crowded. Overflow parking available at the Carlson Center.
WHAT TIME SHOULD I ARRIVE?
Halloween Trick or Treat Town doors open at 12pm, with peak traffic hours for entry being from 12pm to 5pm. There is no early entry. We highly recommend you arrive early on order to minimize wait time getting into the event!
WILL WE HAVE TO WEAR MASKS?
Currently, masks are required to ride the spooky train and inside all indoor facilities. Masks will not be required when outside. Temperatures will be taken at the front entrance of the Centennial Center before entry.
WHERE DO I ENTER THE EVENT?
There are 3 entrances to the event: The Main Gate, Gold Rush Town Gate, and Mining Valley Gate. You can pay with cash, check or card at all gates. There will be separate lines for those who pre-purchased tickets for faster entry into the event, so make sure you are in the correct line.
CAN I LEAVE AND RE-ENTER THE EVENT?
No. Once you have left the event, you will need to purchase a new ticket if you would like to re-enter. If you forgot something in your car, please see the Main Entrance gate staff.
ARE THERE ANY RESTRICTIONS ON COSTUMES?
Yes, toy and replica weapons (guns, knives, swords, etc.) are strictly prohibited and will be confiscated at the door. If your costume has these types of objects attached to it and you cannot remove them, you will be asked to leave the event for everyone's safety.
MY CHILD HAS ALLERGIES. ARE THERE ALLERGY FREE OPTIONS?
Yes! All cabins offer some kind of allergy-free candy. Please let each cabin know if you need allergy-free treats.
WHERE DO THE EVENT PROCEEDS GO?
All proceeds of this event benefit Access Alaska and the Pioneer Park Playground Fund. Access Alaska uses the funds to continually strive to improve existing inclusive programs. Pioneer Park uses the funds for future playground development efforts at the park. Since its beginning in 2017, you have helped Halloween Trick or Treat Town raise over 80,000 for these great causes!
WILL THERE BE A LOST & FOUND?
The Lost & Found will be located inside the Centennial Center at the front entrance. Following the event, items will be held at the Pioneer Park Office.