Tricky Treat Trail & Haunted Stacks
Time & Location
- Friday, October 25, 2024
- 6:30 to 8:30 pm
- The Link Plaza
- 6750 Baker Boulevard, Richland Hills, TX 76118
Below is information about the 2023 event.
Gather your friends and family and wear your favorite costume to Tricky Treat Trail and Haunted Stacks at The Link Plaza for some SPOOKtacular fun! At each stop along the trail, we'll have spooky tricks and plenty of treats at Boo Booths provided by local businesses and organizations. Then check out the maze at Haunted Stacks inside the Library. You'll also find more frightfully free fun at the Goblin Grins and Giggles activities and games, Lit'l Monster Masterpieces crafts, entertainment and more. The whole family will have a wicked good time!
Due to health and weather conditions, some activities and guidelines at this event may be changed or cancelled. If inclement weather occurs, most activities will be moved inside The Link and Library. Be sure to check back here or on Facebook to get the latest event information.
- Event Parking & Traffic Information
- Soup Drive
- Partnership & Boo Booth Opportunities
- BOO Crew Volunteer Opportunities
- Over 20 Boo Booths hosted by area business and organizations. Trick-or-treat at each booth and enjoy a free activity.
- Goblins Grins and Giggles sponsored by Raising Cane's Chicken Fingers provides over 10 different free activity and game booths.
- Make a free children's craft at Lit'l Monster Masterpieces.
- Escape the free maze at Haunted Stacks inside The Library.
- Live DJ, dancing and games at the pavilion.
- Concessions available for purchase.
Limited onsite parking is available at The Link and City Hall off Matthews Drive. Overflow parking will be available at Richland Hills Baptist Church (6852 Baker Boulevard).
Free shuttle service is available from the church. Please wait at the shuttle stop sign under the awning in the southwest corner of the parking lot.
Matthews Drive will be southbound only during the event.
Street parking will be closed on the following blocks during the event:
- 6700 & 6800 blocks of Park Place Drive
- 6700 & 6800 blocks of Pecan Drive
- 3100 & 3200 blocks of Matthews Drive
You can be a SOUPer hero this Halloween! We are hosting a soup drive benefiting the Community Enrichment Center.
Please drop your donations at The Link October 1 through 31 or at Tricky Treat Trail and Haunted Stacks.
Game admission at Tricky Treat Trail and Haunted Stacks is one can of soup per child.
The City of Richland Hills is able to provide a family friendly event through the support of our sponsors and community partners. As a result of these collaborative efforts, the community can enjoy free admission and complimentary entertainment, attractions, crafts, and so much more. Whether a monetary contribution or in-kind donation, your support will earn your business face-to-face marketing in front of area residents and enhance your promotional campaign.
For more information, please see our Partnership Packet (PDF).
Host a Boo Booth and share your scare! Boo Booths are activity oriented trick or treat booths free for non-profit organizations with proof of 501 (c) 3 and $25 for for-profit organizations. Host a Boo Booth by completing this form (PDF) or this on-line registration and decorate a table, canopy or even the trunk of your vehicle. Your Boo Booth, along with those of other local businesses and organizations, will create a BOOtiful trail in the Link Plaza to provide a fun and safe Trick or Treat experience for our families. No sales are allowed at Boo Booths.
We invite you to be a part of the BOO Crew to help make this event a success! Individuals and groups are welcome! All volunteers must be at least 14 years of age or accompanied by an adult. Wear your Halloween costume or your organization t-shirt and promote your organization while you volunteer! Register for volunteer opportunities here.
For more information, contact Recreation Supervisor, Dona Roth Kinney, at 817-616-3740.