Trick-or-Treat Days at Tanganyika
Trick-or-Treat? Zombies-or-Zebras? Witches-or-Warthogs? Mummies-or-Monkeys? Vampires-or-Vultures?
How about all the above? Join us for Trick-or-Treat Days at Tanganyika over Halloween weekend. The Park will be scattered with Halloween activities including trick-or-treat candy stations, games, a mini pumpkin patch, take-home craft kits, spooky decorations, and photo ops, and of course—animals!
Dates and times for Trick-or-Treat at Tanganyika:
Friday, October 30 from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm
Saturday, October 31 from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm
Sunday, November 1 from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm
We’re putting a new spin on trick-or-treating. Instead of walking through the streets of the city, you’ll be trekking through the trails of Tanganyika. Rather than knocking on the door of a stranger, you’ll be greeted by your favorite animals nearby each candy station.
Now, we know that our fans have come to know, love, and look forward to our annual Pumpkins at the Park event. Unfortunately, COVID pushed back the timeline of big events at the Park such as Twilight Tour and the opening of Tanganyika Falls splash park. Therefore, we felt that we did not have the resources and time to plan and put together an event that was bigger and better than ever – which is now our goal for next year!
Halloween is going to look different this year. Although we know that Trick-or-Treat Days at Tanganyika may not match the caliber of the prestigious Pumpkins at the Park, we still wanted to provide a safe and fun environment for Halloween activities and trick-or-treating for our community.
There are no separate charges for this event—it is included in admission for season pass holders and non-season pass holders. All you need to do is make your admission reservation. Your family will not want to miss out on this one-of-a-kind Halloween event, so come on for a growling good time!
We will continue to implement COVID safety measures including staggered entry times, staff and volunteer mask use, gloves and trick or treat bags, spacing out low contact activities, and frequent sanitization.