Inn Town Campground Halloween

Are you ready for Halloween?  Between the Inn Town Campground’s forested haunted pathway and the Outside Inn’s annual fun we are going big for Halloween.  The motel’s haunted pathway is almost done, our resident ghosts, Dracula and witches are waiting for you to stop by and say hello on Halloween night.  The Inn Town Campground has been celebrating all month long with their haunted pathway, great activity for campers of all ages.

There will be lots of fun for Nevada City this weekend, Miners Foundry Fright Night, live music at The Stone House, Crazy Horse Saloon.  The downtown Grass Valley Halloween Wine Walk offers complimentary tastings at Sierra Starr Vineyards, Avanguardia Wines, Lucchesi Vineyards and Cork 49.   Don’t forget you can still celebrate all things pumpkin and visit a local pumpkin patch or grab a pumpkin ice cream cone.  Or join the Folk Trails Hiking Club Day of the Dead local cemeteries tour.

Nevada City Halloween

If you’re looking for Halloween activities or if you have small kids, try the Downtown Grass Valley safe trick or treating Thursday morning, trick or treating in the neighborhoods or the Twin Cities Fall Festival or First Baptist Halloween celebrations..  Downtown Nevada City will be a place to be on Wednesday evening, The Polish Ambassador will be performing at the Miners Foundry.  The Outside Inn will be hosting An Honest Pie in our driveway and we look forward to seeing your costumes and if you’re brave you can go check out the infamous downtown Nevada City haunted house.  And if you need a last minute costume, make sure to stop in Solstice in downtown Nevada City for some creative ideas.

Solstice

And to help kick off the Halloween spirit we have a pair of tickets to giveaway to Fright Night at the Miners Foundry, with a full night of entertainment featuring Headphones and Horses, Jamal Walk, MysDefy and Brian Hartman.  Post a comment here and the winner will be announced on Thursday, October 24th.  **Edited to say the winner is Deanna Reardon.

© 2019 InnSide Nevada City, Photos © by Erin Thiem and Kial James

7 replies
  1. Celine rice
    Celine rice says:

    Halloween trick or treating in Nevada City is the sweetest of traditions. I am grateful to everyone who puts so much effort into their homes and invests in so much candy!

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  2. Andrea
    Andrea says:

    You list the GV safe trick or treat on Wednesday morning but I believe according to their website it is Thursday morning the 31st.

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  3. Kathleen Medley
    Kathleen Medley says:

    Fright Night is October 26 this year. Unless I read this in correctly, you are going to announce the winners 2 days after the event. I enjoy your emails very much and I appreciate all you do for our community.

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