Enchanted Forest Trick-or-Treat Hike

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Enchanted Forest is a non-scary, trick-or-treat hike through Myrick Park, where your child can dress up in their Halloween costume and meet friendly characters as they collect candy and other goodies along the way.

Upon reaching the end of the hike, families will find a fall festival waiting for them, with activities, games, entertainment, and refreshments! Those who purchase tickets before Oct. 18th at 4 pm will enter through the "fast lane" and avoid long lines!

Proceeds from the event benefit WisCorps.

Reusable trick-or-treat tote bags available ($3.00) – pre-order only! Get yours by adding it on to your online or in-house ticket order.

Enchanted Forest will be participating in the Teal Pumpkin Project. This project, led by the Food Allergy Research & Education foundation, allows children with food allergies or children unable to have candy for various reasons, to be included in trick-or-treating festivities. This year, 10 of 19 treat stations will be a non-food item treat! This will be signified by a teal pumpkin at the station and the Enchanted Forest map. Please note: there will still be candy and food at this event.

This year's course is approximately 1.25 miles long.

The course in Myrick Park is stroller and wheelchair friendly. Please keep in mind that it is a trail and may have obstacles such as roots, rocks, and stumps. There will also be many people at the event.

Children under 1 year old who will not be participating in the trick or treat hike do not need a ticket (but will not be able to get candy). Children under 1 that will be participating (collecting candy) do need a ticket.

We ask that you leave pets at home because of the amount of activity in the park that day and the presence of many small children. Service Animals are welcome. Thank you!

The event will be held rain or shine.

2019 Dates & Times

October 20

10am - 3pm

Cost & Discounts

Tickets are available online now through Friday, October 18th at 4:00 p.m. Purchase tickets before Oct. 18th at 4 pm will enter through the "fast lane" and avoid long lines!

Ticket prices before event ($1 service fee is applied to all credit card purchases):
-- Children - $5
-- Adults - $3

Ticket prices day of event:
-- Children - $7
-- Adults - $4

There are two ways to purchase tickets:
1) Online (credit cards only**): Link below
2) Starting September 1st: In person (cash, check, or credit card**): Monday-Friday 8 a.m – 4 p.m. at WisCorps Headquarters, 789 Myrick Park Dr.


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Myrick Park
789 Myrick Park Dr.
La Crosse WI 54601




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Myrick Park
789 Myrick Park Dr.
La Crosse WI 54601

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