Halloween tricks and treats are coming to Sanborn Park for Port Huron Parks and Recreation’s annual Halloween Stroll on Saturday, October 27. At the stroll, families dress in costume and trick-or-treat through Sanborn Park for candy and treats passed out by local businesses.
Along the trail families will also encounter Halloween scenes and can enjoy train rides, a magician show, petting zoo and music from a DJ.
The stroll is at Sanborn Park located at 1919 Sanborn Street in Port Huron from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.
All ages are welcome to the event.
Families can save money on ticket prices by pre-registering at Palmer Park located at 2829 Armour Street in Port Huron or online at www.porthuronrec.com/halloweenstroll. Resident tickets are $4 per person collecting candy and non-resident tickets are $6 per person collecting candy. Day of event registration is available at Sanborn Park for $10 per person collecting candy.
In cooperation with Burtchville Township, Clyde Township, Fort Gratiot Township and Port Huron Township, their residents have been afforded the City of Port Huron’s resident rate for Recreation programs and events due to a collaboration with the City of Port Huron.
All children must accompanied by an adult.
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