Trick-or-treating at Disney Resorts are a fun way to spend the holiday. After what seems like a hiatus, Disney is resuming the fun activity at select resorts!
Halloween at Disney World
Mickey pumpkins deck Main Street, U.S.A. and themed treats can be found throughout the parks and resorts! It’s an exciting time at Disney World and one of my (Monica) favorite times of the year to visit. The weather begins to cool down a little, but you can still swim. Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party is an event not to be missed!
Many Disney World resorts used to offer trick-or-treating for Guests staying onsite. This was a fun activity to keep up with traditions that are typically experienced at home. However, in recent years that has not been the case besides Fort Wilderness.
Fort Wilderness goes out all for Halloween! Many campers love to visit Disney during this time and decorate their campsite. Even if you do not have an RV, you can still stay in a cabin and get to be part of the fun.
They usually organize a special golf cart parade, and the Headless Horseman has been known to make an appearance during the Halloween season. There’s also trick-or-treating, so you can dress up and grab lots of candy!
It looks like Disney may be easing back into this fun Halloween activity that has been sorely missed for the past few years. We are seeing online reports that the Grand Floridian plans to host trick-or-treating this year. They currently have a really neat Haunted Mansion display, so this will be a special stay if you plan to visit the Grand Floridian on Halloween!
We are unsure which other resorts are planning to offer trick-or-treating, but we should learn more throughout the month!
Additionally, the Swan and Dolphin are hosting several Halloween-themed activities this year. While they are not technically owned by Disney, they still sit on Disney World property. Purchase a ghostly ghoul goodie bag for $25 and have it delivered to your room. It is filled with tricks and treats for ghosts of all ages!
The Boo Crew will also come out and decorate your room with spooky creations while you are away from your room. This package costs $75 and includes the goodie bag mentioned above. To kick it up a notch, consider a monster mash balloon bouquet for $35. This can also be purchased separately.
A complimentary spooky scary skeleton pool party will take place on Saturday, October 29 and Sunday, October 30. Head over to the Dolphin Grotto Pool from 11 am to 5 pm and enjoy the DJ, crafts, and activities.
Finally, trick-or-treat around the Swan and Dolphin and Swan Reserve. Be on the lookout for Halloween balloons which indicate a treat station. The main candy stop is located on the causeway, and the hotel is hosting games and other activities here. Be sure to grab a photo with the stilt walkers!
Have you seen any other Disney World hotels announce plans for trick-or-treating? Let us know in the comments below and on Facebook!