Ready for some spooky Halloween Fun?
Snoqualmie’s own Night on a Dark Trail is back for its 8th season, turning trails on the east campus of the Snoqualmie Valley Hospital – located at 34500 SE 99th Street – into a haunted production!
Organizers invite community members to experience the “walk through the woods to see what might be lurking in the dark” this Halloween season.
The 2018 Night on a Dark Trail runs October 12th & 13, 19th & 20th, and 26th & 27th. There is a FREE shuttle from Jeanne Hansen Park and Snoqualmie Community Park that begins running at 6:30PM to help alleviate parking issues.
The trail offers fun and spooky scenes with live performers. Audience members walk through a forest setting via a trail in groups. From the theatrical, to quirky to downright creepy, NODT says it offers Halloween excitement for everyone.
Note: some scenes may contain what could be considered somewhat scary imagery for very young children and are performed in close proximity, but actors do not touch the audience members. Parent discretion recommended.
Due to the location on the old Leisure Time campground, the trail covers uneven ground, steep steps, and goes through dark areas. Strollers and wheeled devices are not recommended.