After previous years of Night on a Dark Trail being forced to cancel due to weather conditions, this year organizers decided to extend the popular Halloween event over multiple weekends in October – just in case Mother Nature roared her notorious Snoqualmie Valley winds again.
It appears that was a good move because opening weekend of Night on a Dark Trail was forced into cancellation due to Friday’s stormy weather and Saturday’s forecasted ‘storm-of-the-decade’ that never really materialized.
But organizers say there’s still a chance the popular spooky trail, complete with live actors, music and a little bit of scary fun, may run on multiple weekends. Of course, that is, IF the rest of October’s weather cooperates!
The show is on as scheduled this weekend – Thursday October 20th – Saturday, October 22nd. You can hit the trail between 7PM – 10PM on the East Campus of the Snoqualmie Valley Hospital District (old Leisure Time Campground site) at 34500 SE 99th – right across the street from the hospital near I-90.
Then organizers are expected to announce another possilbe show later this week. The exact “make up date” isn’t set in stone yet, but it sounds it might be Saturday, October 29th according to one NOADT member.
ADMISSION PRICE: Adults and children are $13.00 per person to walk the entire trail. Tickets are available at the ticket booth on site. Cash, Visa and Mastercard are accepted. VIP FAST PASS is available for an additional $7.00. With VIP you bypass the general line to a shorter VIP line!
About Night on a Dark Trail
An annual Snoqualmie Valley outdoor walkable spooky theatrical Halloween trail located on an old abandoned RV campground. An entertaining and fun Halloween event featuring a trail filled with fun and spooky scenes and live performers. Audience members walk through a forest setting via a trail in groups to discover what might be lurking in the dark. From the theatrical, to quirky to downright creepy, organizers say there’s something for everyone.
Are you brave enough to hit the Dark Trail???
For more information about Night on a Dark Trail visit. www.nightonadarktrail.org