Update: All Trunk or Treat Trail tickets for Friday, Oct. 20 have been distributed. Guests are still invited to come and enjoy all of the other fun activities at Spooktacular.
While Spooktacular is free and open to the public, complimentary timed-tickets are required to participate in the Trunk or Treat Trail. The Trunk or Treat Trail, located on the south lawn in Coffman Park, is a safe and fun alternative to traditional door-to-door Trick-or-Treating. This year's trail will feature 20 or more local businesses and community organizations, all handing out candy and treats on Oct. 19 and Oct. 20.
Participation in the 2023 Trunk or Treat Trail is limited to Dublin residents and Dublin City Schools district residents only. All addresses will be verified within 24 hours after tickets are reserved. Nonresident ticket reservations will be invalidated.
Complimentary timed-tickets may be reserved by clicking your desired time slot below starting on Monday, Oct. 16 at 10 a.m. Tickets are only needed for kids collecting treats (limit 5 tickets per household). Accompanying adults and infants do not need tickets to enter the trail.
Guests may select one 15-minute time slot, ranging from 4:00-7:45 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 19, or 1:00-4:45 p.m. Friday, Oct. 20. To limit wait times, guests should only enter the Trunk or Treat Trail line during their confirmed time slot.
All tickets will be scanned at the Trunk or Treat Trail entrance. Tickets can be printed at home or shown on a mobile device.
If you need assistance reserving tickets online, please call City of Dublin Community Events at (614) 410-4545.