The spell has been cast. With ghosts, witches, and creatures of fright roaming the night, Halloween will once again be a spectacular blast at Wolf Pen Creek Park. Join us for the City of College Station’s Trick or Treat at Werewolf Creek on Tuesday, Oct. 31 from 5-10 p.m. The free event offers activities for all ages and a memorable evening of frightful family fun. Continue reading 6 fresh reasons to enjoy Werewolf Creek on Halloween
Instead of hopping neighborhoods and navigating dark streets this Halloween, take your family to the Wolf Pen Creek Festival Site on Friday, Oct. 28 for Trick or Treat at Werewolf Creek, where more than 100,000 pieces of free candy will be available. From 5-10 p.m., Wolf Pen Creek will become a five-acre trick-or-treating paradise, thanks in part to 80 candy booths hosted by local businesses, non-profits and other groups. Continue reading Trick or Treat at Werewolf Creek features candy, activities
UPDATE (Oct. 30): Due to the weather, Trick or Treat at Werewolf Creek has been canceled. However, we’ll join the Post Oak Mall ‘s trick-or-treating event on Saturday from 5-7 p.m. We’ll have plenty of candy, so come see us!
By Gerry Logan, Special Event Supervisor
Last year, we were delightfully overwhelmed with more than 6,000 attendees at our first Trick or Treat at Werewolf Creek. We’re prepared for an even larger attendance this year with more hayrides to get you to sites faster, better lighting, and more candy!
If you’re looking for a safe, family-friendly place to enjoy Halloween, Trick or Treat at Werewolf Creek is the perfect venue.
Wolf Pen Creek Park will transform into a 5-acre, trick-or-treating paradise from 5-9 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 30. Dozens of candy booths will be providing free treats throughout the festival site, which will also feature carnival games, face painting, petting zoo, joy jumps, hayrides and much more. Continue reading “Free trick-or-treating fun for the whole family”
The classic 1925 version of Phantom of the Opera will be shown at Friday’s Trick or Treat at Werewolf Creek. The movie starts at 9:30 p.m. at the Wolf Pen Creek Amphitheater, cappings off Trick or Treat at Werewolf Creek, a family-oriented Halloween event. Admission is free.
By Gerry Logan, Special Events Supervisor
For decades, kids observed Halloween by donning scary costumes and pillaging the neighbors’ stores of candy. When I was a kid, we didn’t need rules such as “if the porch light is on, they have candy.” The neighbors all expected us.
Fast-forward to today’s society and times have indeed changed. While trick-or-treating remains prevalent, adults are more mindful of potential hazards. At night, neighborhoods have dark streets, and dark streets have cars. Neighborhoods also have residents who would rather not be bothered by children looking for their yearly candy splurge.
Enter Trick or Treat at Werewolf Creek, an event designed with the entire family in mind. From 6-11 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 31, the Wolf Pen Creek Festival Site will transform into a trick-or-treating paradise.