1Smyrna Outdoor Adventure Center Fright Nights
Enjoy an evening of family-friendly spookiness: Haunted House Walk through the building, Costumed Characters, Freaky Friday Animals, and Creepy Games to excite everyone. Please dress in your costume!
Food Trucks: BBQ from Smokin’ Buttz, hotdogs, and sweets will be available for purchase.
Families with younger children are encouraged to attend from 6:00pm – 8:00pm. Scary hour starts at 8:00pm.
Friday Night – Freaky Friday Animal Shows at 6:30pm, 7:30pm & 8:30pm.
Saturday Night – Saturday Funny Dummy Ventriloquist Show at 6:30pm.Contact [email protected] for more information.
Carnival games, prizes, costume contests, food, music, dancing, cake walks and more! For an additional fee, take a ride on the Twilight Trail ($4 per person, 5pm – 7pm) or the Haunted Hayride – Old Scream Road ($5 per person, 7pm – 9pm)
3Trail of Treats
Veterans Memorial Park
294 Sand Hill Road, La Vergne
Oct 27, 1:30pm – 4pm
Thousands of children are expected to follow a candy trail on Saturday, October 27 from 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. at Veterans Memorial Park in La Vergne. The annual “Trail of Treats” is free. New this year- the La Vergne Public Library is hosting a spooky story time starting at 1:30pm, just before the trail opens.
Local businesses and organizations that sign up to participate in the program decorate their booths with a family-friendly Halloween theme. They hand out everything from candy to goo-goo clusters and often have games set up for children to play. The entire event is free to the public.
4Halloween in the Park
Halloween in the Park is one of Smyrna’s biggest events of the year! Costume contests for all ages, regular and haunted hayrides, games, Zombie Laser Tag, free inflatables, pie-eating contest, train rides, food vendors and more than 80 booths!
5Fall Celebration and Hayride
Collect candy as you stroll through the village. Play games, ride in a tractor-drawn hayride, and enjoy the autumn day! $2.00 per person.
Call the Cannonsburgh office at 615-890-0355 for more information
6Trick or Treating at Oaklands Mansion
Oaklands Mansion, 900 N Maney Avenue, Murfreesboro
Oct 31, 4pm – 7pm
At the dead-end of North Maney Avenue you’ll find a tree-lined drive to the most famous mansion in Murfreesboro! The iron gates are open and the mansion, normally locked and secured, is ready to greet you on this rare night! Bring your little ghosts and goblins to the doors of the dimly lit Oaklands Mansion to offer their most haunting greeting. As the doors creak open to reveal the grand stair hall, and the family in mourning, you’ll see that this isn’t like any “haunted” house you’ve visited.
Victorian families stopped the clocks, shuttered the windows and draped their mirrors in black when a loved one died. Before funeral homes, the family’s parlor was the scene of their funerals and wakes.
“This is a unique opportunity to introduce kids to Oaklands in a new and exciting way! You’ll be helping to make special memories for them that will last a lifetime!” said James Manning, Executive Director of Oaklands Mansion.
By 1860, Oaklands was one of the most elegant homes in Middle Tennessee, situated on an over 1,500-acre plantation! Following the Civil War, it deteriorated from a majestic mansion to virtual ruins and, in the 1950’s, its very existence was threatened. Thankfully, the mansion was saved from the wrecking ball when a group of concerned ladies created Oaklands Association in 1959. Since then, the generosity of the community has provided for the restoration of Oaklands to its original splendor! By preserving the mansion and grounds, its unique history can be shared time and time again!
Trick-or-Treating at the “Old Maney Mansion” is free, open to the public. For more information, contact Oaklands Mansion at (615) 893-0022 or email [email protected]
Saturday, Oct. 27th 11am – 1pm & Wednesday Oct. 31st 5pm – 7pm, Stones River Mall is calling all little witches, ghosts, princesses and superheroes to join them for a Halloween Boo Bash! On Saturday, October 27, from 11am to 1pm, children ages 10 and under are invited to come dressed in their best costumes to partake in some fun, Halloween activities. Masks are only allowed on small children. Then, on Wednesday, October 31, starting at 5pm there will be treat stations set up throughout the mall, while supplies last, for our young trick or treaters. Event will also feature a DJ playing fun, family-friendly music