Celebrating Halloween in Travelers Rest


Halloween is right around the corner and we’ve got your Travelers Rest Here Guide to Halloween Fun.


Pumpkin Patch

Get your pumpkins all week long for your Halloween gatherings – and for your front porch decorating.

Pumpkins are sold in front of My Sister’s Store and proceeds are all going to missionaries with Redeemer Presbyterian Church.  There are many sizes and shapes and prices to make pumpkins affordable for all of your family!

11:30 to 7:30 each day except Sunday
My Sister’s Store



Halloween Parade at Harvest Market

The last October Harvest Market is all about celebrating Halloween.  There will be a costume parade and candy given out.  (And grown ups can enjoy the food trucks and the vendors too!)

Thursday, October 26
5:30 to 8:30
Trailblazer Park


Photo by Jane Howard


Beechwood Farms Haunted Hayrides

Beechwood Farms is the perfect fall spot.  And they’ve got hayrides for the kids – scary hayrides and less scary hayrides so you can choose what works best for your people.

Visit their Facebook page for all the full details, but hayrides are running nightly on the weekend before Halloween and on Halloween evening.  It’s a perfect way to start your Halloween celebrations or wrap up your Halloween plans.

Friday, October 27 & More
6 pm & other times
Beechwood Farms


Bat Count at Sunrift

Remember the bat houses at Sunrift?

Bring your family out Friday night, October 27 for the Second Annual Halloween Bat Count.  The bats will give you a pretty impressive display around sunset.  You’ll be able to learn why bats matter and help take part in both observing and counting the bats.  There’ll be a bonfire, party bags, snacks and a raffle to win your very own bat box.

Friday, October 27
6 to 9 pm



Halloween Boo-ery Monster Mash

It’s become an annual event and it’s loads of fun.  Swamp Rabbit Brewery hosts a Monster Mash.  There will be tasty treats from Ellada Kouzina and Swamp Fox Donuts, wickedly good entertainment by DJ Austyn with Premiere Party entertainment and of course, beer on tap.

Don’t forget to come dressed in a costume because there’s a contest – you can dress to  impress or dress to scare everyone to death.

Friday, October 27
7 to midnight
Swamp Rabbit Brewery and Taproom

Hallow’s Spooktacular at The Tasting Room

Gear up for Halloween at The Tasting Room.  Come out on Saturday in your spookiest guise and enjoy an evening of halloween-themed music, wines and good times.

There will be a prize for the best costume so step up your game!

Saturday, October 28
6 to 10 pm
The Tasting Room



Trunk or Treat

Come out Sunday night to Travelers Rest United Methodist Church – the church on the trail – and dress up and go trunk or treating.

Guests are also encouraged to bring non perishable food items for donation to the North Greenville Crisis Ministry.

Sunday, October 29
5 to 6 pm
Travelers Rest United Methodist Church


Harvest Festival at Upcountry Church

Come on out to Upcountry Church for a free community Harvest Festival.

There will be carnival games for the kids, a costume contest, prizes and face painting. There will also be games for the adults and food for purchase.

Sunday, October 29
6:30 to 8:30 pm
Upcountry Church 



Spooktacular Stories at the TR Library

Bring your little costumed children out to the TR Library Monday morning for fun and kid friendly stories and crafts.

Monday, October 30
10:30 to 11 am
Travelers Rest Library 


Photo by Jane Howard




Trick or Treat at Farmhouse Tacos

Calling all ghosts and goblins!  Before you hit the streets and the neighborhoods to gather all that Halloween loot, better get some dinner in ya’.  And why not a taco?  In fact, if you’re under ten years old AND you are wearing your costume, Farmhouse Tacos will give you that taco for free!  (Of course kids need to be accompanied by an adult.)

The Farmhouse Tacos staff will all be dressed in costume too – can’t wait to see the creativity there!  And – they’ll be handing out treats.

Tuesday, October 31
4 to 7 pm
Farmhouse Tacos


Photo by Jane Howard


Trick or Treat at NGU

For an easy, one stop spot, for trick or treating with your kids, visit North Greenville University.  The female resident halls  will have their doors and halls all decked out and you walk with your kids through the open hallways and dorms.

Tuesday, October 31
6 to 8 pm
North Greenville University, girl dorms




Costume Coffee Throwdown

Costumes and coffee and competition – what could be more fun?

Tandem is hosting a costume throw down.   Sign ups at 6:30pm, first pour at 7.

Tuesday, October 31
6:30 pm



Open Mic on the Trail

If Tuesdays are already about Open Mic Night for you, then you’ll love the costumed twist.  And if you’ve never attended an Open Mic Night before, then this would be a great one for your introduction to the music scene in TR.

There will be a delicious spread and a costume contest.  The three categories for the contest are: Most Authentic (dress as a fictional or a non-fictional character), Most Vintage (pick a time period), and Most Creative.

Tuesday, October 31
7 to 9 pm
My Sister’s Store


Upcountry Halloween Bash

Over at The Grove there’s a big bash for the night of Halloween.  You can come before you trick or treat with the kids, or head over after.  Or do both.

The party will be a costume party and will be focused on Day of the Dead style celebrations.  It’s a family friendly event with two bands, a costume contest, food and a cash bar.  Admission is free and it’s sure to be loads of fun.

Tuesday, October 31
7 to 10 pm
The Grove at Upcountry Provisions


Photo by Jane Howard






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