Blog / Published on Oct 17, 2023

Pumpkins, pies, and Halloween treats in Snohomish County

Fall is a great time to explore Snohomish County.

A Community Transit bus serving Route 202 drives by the Country Farms fruit and vegetable stand in Everett.

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The red and yellow maple and oak trees are putting on their annual show of color. Looking for something to do? Step aboard and let Community Transit do the driving while you enjoy the views. Youth 18 and under ride free!  Plan your trip today.

If you’re looking for Halloween-season things to do, there are lots of local fun activities plus many cities collaborate with local businesses for safe trick-or-treating events. Here are five activities:

Front view of a local fruit and vegetable stand. A-frame signs advertise gala applies, peaches and nectarines. Umbrellas in orange and green shield fruit displays

Fall crops kick off baking season 
Country Farms Everett
1529 Broadway, Everett
8 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily through Oct. 31
Accessible on Routes 201/202

Whether you’re hunting for something sweet or savory, local farms produce a great bounty. This local produce stand brings the farm into town and provides one-stop shopping for your fall baking needs. 
Inside tip: The stand brings in fresh produce from local farms through the end of October. Then, they remain open for two more weeks to liquidate their fruit and vegetables at heavily discounted prices. Whatever remains is donated to an Everett foodbank to help local families experiencing food insecurity.  

Kid-friendly Halloween fest in Mukilteo
Rosehill Community Center
304 Lincoln Ave., Mukilteo
Sunday, Oct. 29, 2-5 p.m.
Accessible on Route 113

Looking for a family-friendly Halloween experience? The Rosehill Community Center in Mukilteo is hosting an outdoor Halloween festival featuring a haunted house, a Boo-maze, a photo booth, a magician, sing-alongs, popcorn, cider, and, of course, lots of candy. Be sure to wear your favorite costume. 

Trunk or Treat in the Candy Land Forest
Lynnwood Parks & Recreation
18900 44th Ave W, Lynnwood
Saturday, Oct. 28, 2-5 p.m.
Accessible by Route 112 or Zip (within the service zone)

Bring your family to the Halloween Candy Land Forest. Arrive in style with Community Transit. Instead of knocking on a house door, kids knock on a car!

Historic Downtown Snohomish First Street Halloween Festivities
Zombie Walk 
105 Cedar Ave Snohomish
Saturday, Oct. 28, 12-4 p.m.
Accessible on Routes 109, 270 & 271

The Zombie Walk begins its loop around the downtown district at 4 p.m. Arrive at the Carnegie Building early for zombie face painting and the community market to enjoy the festive activities and music. Ghoulish costumes are encouraged. 

Halloween Trick or Treat 
105 Cedar Ave., Snohomish
Tuesday, Oct. 31, 3-5 p.m. 
Accessible on Routes 109270 & 271

Storefront businesses in the Historic Downtown Snohomish area will be giving out candy to celebrate Halloween. Join the fun by sporting your favorite costume. Bring your kids for a safe, fun event.

Other events around Snohomish County

Edmonds: Country Farms 
Located at 22800 Hwy 99 in Edmonds, you can get there on Routes 101 or 130.

Edmonds Halloween Trick-or-Treat Night
Monday, Oct. 31, 5-7 p.m.
Located at 111 5th Ave. in Edmonds, you can get there on Routes 116, 130 or 196.

Lynnwood: Sunshine Farmers Market 
Located at 21126 44th Ave W #7705 in Lynnwood, you can get there on Route 112.