Trick-or-Treat Nights

October 23, 29 & 31 •  5:30PM-8:30PM

Bring the kiddos to the zoo for a night of trick-or-treating fun! This socially distanced event will provide families with a safe space to trick-or-treat around the zoo. Adults and children are encouraged to dress up in their best costume. Don’t forget your trick-or-treat bag and your flashlight! Guests can also enjoy one free carousel ride included with their ticket and animal meet and greets. Adults 21+ can visit Zoo Brew during the event for drink specials.

Yearly Member Child's Ticket - $15 each, 2 Adults are free with the purchase of a child's ticket

Single Day Member Child's Ticket- $20 each, 2 Adults are free with the purchase of a child's ticket

Please note: Since this is an after-hours event, many animals will be sleeping or inside for the night. All indoor exhibits will also be closed.

Face masks are required for all guests, with the exception of those with conditions in which wearing a mask 

may be harmful to their health, and children ages two and under. 

Trick-or-Treat Nights are made possible thanks to 

Interested in Volunteering?

We have many volunteer opportunities throughout the fall season to help with our themed events (Boo at the Zoo, Boo Just for YouHarvest Fest, & Trick-or-Treat Nights).  Volunteering positions include helping guests with crafts, giving out treats, assisting photo opportunities, and many other tasks. If you are interested consider signing up for an afternoon or even several! Everyone who volunteers will be entered into a raffle to win a chance to feed our porcupine Pokey or catch our black vulture Hoover as part of a flight demonstration. Please click the button below to fill out our volunteer application.

Interested in Becoming a Vendor?

We are in search of organizations a businesses that would love to help out at our fall events! Vendors are welcome to set up a table in the zoo and handout palm oil-free candy or one non-food item. We encourage sponsors to also bring a toddler friendly option, such as pretzels, crackers, or a non-food item for families with younger kids or allergies.