Halloween Events In Williamson County, TN – Spookfest, Pumpkinfest & More!

having-fun-at-halloween-events-by-Kei.jpgFor starters, here is a rather long list of fun things to do for Halloween in Williamson County, Tennessee.

These Halloween events take place in various parts of Williamson County and Nashville, Tennessee:

Now, onto the details for some of Williamson County’s most popular Halloween events…


Following are the details for the Williamson County Parks and Recreation Department’s 2nd annual Halloween Spookfest:

Activities: Children (ages 2-12) will enjoy Trick-or-Treating, pumpkin painting, a cupcake walk, face painting, fortune teller, and carnival games.

Date: Saturday, October 24th

Time: 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Place: Longview Recreation Center in Spring Hill

Cost: $4 per child (age 2 to 12). Parents get in free (must accompany children).

Space for the Halloween Spookfest event is limited!

Reservations are accepted on a first come, first serve basis. Registration and payment must be made by Friday, Oct. 16th. Reservations can be made by calling (615)302-0971, ext. 10.

FUN TIP: At Spookfest, you can also participate in several contests such as the “Best Group or Family Costume Contest”, “Scariest Scream” or the traditional “Best Halloween Costume” and win great prizes!


Interested in attending Historic Franklin’s 24th annual Pumpkinfest activities in downtown? Here’s the scoop:

Activities: Trick-or-treating, arts and crafts vendors, chili cook-off, People’s Church Kids Zone, costume contests for all ages, live music, cemetary tours, Halloween movies, hay rides and more!

Date: Saturday, October 31st

Time: 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Place: Main Street & Public Square, downtown Franklin, TN

Cost: FREE!

For more information about the Pumpkinfest activities, call (615) 591-8500.

Lynnette Walczak

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