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…

SPOOKFEST – SPRING HILL

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!


PUMPKINFEST - FRANKLIN

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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