Join COL for a spook-tacular evening at Flynn and Robinson Woods Preserves. Guests can participate in Pumpkin Painting at the Flynn Woods Pavilion and enjoy a haunted trick-or-treat hike through Robinson Wood's Enchanted Forest. Special thank you Harbor Country Rotary for sponsoring this event and to our friends at Stanec Native Plant Nursery for their native seeds trick or treat stop. Click HERE to register today!
Follow our Enchanted Forest Trail along Robinson Wood's Mighty Acorns Loop. This 1/2-mile loop will be lit up as you learn about the forest's magical creatures and Harbor Country Rotary while collecting candy along the way.
Flynn Woods Forest Preserve will be hosting this year's pumpkin painting event. Show off your artistic skills on some of Michigan's very own pumpkins. This event will have limited supplies and requires registration to participate.
Compete in our Fangtastic costume contest. All costumes must be family-friendly and appropriate for all ages. Judging will occur throughout the event, and winners will be announced on social media the following day.
The Mystery Gang (Best Group Costume)
The Tim Burton (Most Creative Costume)
The Ghostbusters (Funniest Costume)
The Scream (Scariest Costume)
The Great Pumpkin (Fan Favorite)
The Fred & Wilma Flintstone (Best Adult Costumes)
**Make sure to wear weather-appropriate clothing, as this event will take place outside. Please, no weapons (metal bats, large wrenches, shovels, fake weapons, etc.).
Along the enchanted trail, there will be "Myth or Fact" questions about Michigan's native animals, Harbor Country Rotary, and Chikaming Open Lands. Check your answers along the way and learn a little bit about our organizations!
Date: October 26, 2023
Time: 4 pm - 7 pm EST
Location: Robinson & Flynn Woods Preserves
Address: 8016 W East Rd, Three Oaks, MI 49128
What Should We Bring?
Flashlight: The trail will be lit up, but it's always good to have a light source with you.
Warm Clothes: As the sun goes down, temperatures will drop quickly. Make sure to layer up under your costume. We won't dock you points during the costume contest for being bundled up!
Good Walking Shoes: Robinson Woods is a great place to walk, but it does have an uneven surface. Make sure to wear appropriate walking shoes that support your feet and keep them warm.
Trick or Treat Bag: Please make sure to bring trick-or-treat bags for your little monsters.