Worried about your kids being out on the streets for Halloween trick-or-treating? If so, there are quite a few alternatives for safe (and mostly free) trick-or-treating in the Truckee Meadows.
Boo! It's Halloween in Reno, Nevada.
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Several of these safe trick-or-treating events take place on the weekend before Halloween, which falls on a Wednesday. Some of these before the actual Halloween include Halloween Hollow in Reno's Riverwalk District, Trick-or-Treat at the Discovery Museum, and a Harvest Party at Idlewild Park.
To see more of your choices, refer to "Safe and Free Trick-or-Treating in Reno."
For Halloween fun with more of an edge, perhaps ghost hunting would be of interest. We have plenty of haunted places around Reno and northern Nevada where the spirits are said to dwell. Learn more about these haunting locations in by "Haunted Buildings and Places Around Reno" article.
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