Fun and family-friendly Halloween events planned in Tampa Bay

Fun and family-friendly Halloween events planned in Tampa Bay

Halloween will look a little different from past celebrations. Due to COVID-19, you won’t see many masquerades or streets full of trick-or-treaters.

However, there are still a lot of things going on in the Bay Area to get spooky celebrations going in the safest way.

This year, to limit close contact, many of the Halloween events hosted this season will be cross-car events. Families won’t even have to leave their cars to enjoy the fun. Sweets and candy will be delivered through the window while you drive. Some locations even make the driving zone more festive and scary to immerse you in the Halloween spirit.

Instead of children reaching the candy bowl while driving through these locations, gift bags filled with sweets and candy will be distributed. It is another change in usual tradition to make sure communication is limited and celebrations are safe.

Events will take place across the Gulf region on Friday and Saturday.

Hillsborough County

Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office through trick-or-treating
October 31, 6 p.m.

Hillsborough County Parks and Rec’s Haunted Highway
October 30, 6-8 p.m.

Sarasota County

Sarasota County Mayor’s Office through trick-or-treating
October 30, 6-8 p.m.
6010 Cattleridge Blvd.

Pasco County

City safety of Pasco County
October 30, 7 PM and October 31, 6 PM

Pinellas County

Largo theme parks and arts “Drive-o-ween”
October 30, 6 pm

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