Halloween Spook-Track-ula -From Friday, October 25 through Thursday, October 31 located at McCormick Stillman Railroad Park at 7301 E. Indian Bend Rd. in Scottsdale. This fun event is for the whole family as the Paradise & Pacific Railroad is transformed into a haunted Park. You’ll enjoy a spooky train ride, and movie night on October 25 featuring Hotel Transylvania starting at 6:30 PM. Trick-or-treat stations will be set up throughout Halloween night from 4:30 PM until 9:00 PM.

Halloween and Fall Events in and Near McCormick RanchHalloween and Fall Events in and Near McCormick Ranch

Halloween Lip Sync Battle – located at Porter’s Western Saloon at 3944 North Brown Ave. in Scottsdale on Saturday, October 26 from 7 PM until 12 AM is the annual Halloween lip sync battle. This should be fun, especially the more spooky pollution you tend to drink.

The Dunkin for Pumpkins in Scottsdale. – Located at McDowell Mountain Ranch Park and aquatic center at 15525 N. Thompson Peak Pkwy. on Sunday, October 27 from 1 PM until 11:59 PM you can join us at the aquatic center for floating pumpkin patch. The pool will be heated and they’ll be stations for decoration and other activities after you’ve picked your pumpkin. Admission is just $10 per pumpkin and you can register to reserve your pumpkin or show up at the door.

Mini Halloween – on October 31 from 10 AM until 12 PM at the Mini Social at 7116 E. 5th Ave. you can bring your own little pumpkin dress to the nine to show off their adorable costume. There we costume contests, light bites, holiday thing crafts, and a photo backdrop.

Also Around Scottsdale:

There are a lot more fun things happening around Scottsdale such as the Ravens Hollowing Bash, the hollowing crawl, block parties, hotter balloon festivals, family-friendly events, and scary adult-themed haunted houses. For a full list of Scottsdale Halloween events check out this link and remember, there’s nothing scary about buying or selling a home in McCormick Ranch or around the Scottsdale area so keep me in mind when you think real estate.