Halloween enthusiasts will find something for all thrill-levels in Jefferson County. Whether you want to visit a haunted house or take a family hike through candlelit woods at night, your adventure starts here!


October 1 4pm-7:30pm – Halloween Spooktacular

CAP is partnering with The CD Players to put on a Spooktacular event at Ripley Park! Come out dressed in your best costume for a hayride, a haunted walk, mini pumpkin patch, face painting, games, and so much more! Ripley Park, Oakland

October 8 – Cambridge Fall Fest

This Cambridge Farm to School fundraiser includes a 5K run, chili cook-off, Art Tent, face painting, pumpkin painting, FFA animals, Food & Drinks, beer garden & live music. West Side Park, Cambridge

October 29, 10am-12pm – Cambridge Halloween Costume Parade

Children of all ages (and their families) are invited to show off their Halloween costumes as we parade around Veteran’s Park in downtown Cambridge, followed by a “Trick or Treating Trail” where kids can trick or treat downtown businesses! Downtown Cambridge


Fort Atkinson

October 14 & 15: Jellystone Halloween

October 15 & 16, 22 & 23, 29 & 30: Busy Barns Adventure Farm’s Fall Ag-Venture Festival

October 24: Have your home or business exterior decorated for Fort Fall Decorating contest

October 28: Fort Fall Decorating Contest winners will be announced

October 28: Halloween Party at Riverstone

October 29: RiverStone Presents: Midnight at the Halloween Masquerade Murder Mystery Dinner

October 29: MTV Rock Halloween Party at the Bridge

October 30: Trick or treating, 1:00-4:00 pm

October 31: Kiwanis Trunk or Treat at Jones Park 6:00-8:00 pm



October 2,8,9,15,16,22,23,29, 30 – The Dark Side Haunted Adventure

The Dark Side Haunted Adventure is home to eight terrifying attractions!

October 22, 6-8:30pm – G&V Machine Company Trunk or Treat

FREE event hosted by G&V Machine in Ixonia! Dress up in your costume and stop by for treats and fun! N8100 Industrial Dr., Ixonia.

October 30, 10am-2pm – Town of Ixonia Fall Festival 

Join us from 10 am-2 pm on Sunday, October 30th, for Touch-A-Truck, a vendor/farmer’s market, and topping the afternoon off with a costume contest for the kids! The park will be open for the kids to play, and concessions will be available for purchase to support Ixonia Knights Baseball.

Touch-A-Truck: Touch-A-Truck is a family-friendly event where local businesses bring their vehicles for children to climb in, touch, and ask questions! A learning experience for the entire family. Anticipated attendees include Town of Ixonia Fire & EMS, Town of Ixonia Highway Department, LRS Recycling, and more!

Vendor/Farmer’s Market: Do you want to support local businesses? Possibly starting your holiday shopping early? Visit the Fall Festival to see local booths!

Costume Contest: A costume contest for kids ages 0-12 at the end of the afternoon. Every child will receive a gift bag, and the contest winners will receive an additional prize. Keep an eye on the Town of Ixonia Facebook page for more details.

Ixonia Fall Festival Flyer

Sunday, October 30, 4-6pm – Town of Ixonia Trick-or-Treat 



October 20th 4-6PM  – Boo Bash Downtown Trick or Treating

Bring your family downtown on October 20th from 4-6pm for a night of trick or treating from businesses. There will be treats, activities, a photo booth, and a costume contest!

October 22nd 12-7:30PM – Downtown Grand Reopening

Live music, wagon rides, children’s activities, and more!

October 30th 2-5PM – Citywide Trick or Treating


Jefferson County Fair Park

October 1, 7, 8, 14, 15, 21, 22, 28, 29, 7pm-10pm – Skully’s Terror Haunted House

Rated one of the best haunted houses in 2021 by registered Haunted Wisconsin visitors!

Skully's Terror Logo

Johnson Creek

October 16, 12-3pm – Best Dressed Scarecrow/Fall Festival at The Johnson Creek Premium Outlets,

Vote for the best-dressed scarecrow as created by participating Johnson Creek Premium Outlets retailers and displayed in their respective store windows. There will also be pumpkin decorating for kids, fall-themed enter-to-win opportunities, and more!

October 21,22,28&29 – Haunted House Charity Event

TNT Terror partnered with Johnson Creek Schools.October 21, 22, 28 & 29 from 630 pm to 1030 pm. $10 CASH ONLY per person. Located in old elementary school. Recommended for ages 12 and up. All proceeds will go to Johnson Creek Education Foundation, Johnson Creek Historical Society and Johnson Creek Schools. Concessions will be available.

October 25, 4-7pm – Community Trick-or-Treat Event at Johnson Creek Premium Outlets

October 31, 5:30-7pm – Trick-or-Treat in Johnson Creek



October 29th – Events Beginning at 11 AM! – 2nd Annual Waterloo Spooktacular

Downtown Waterloo
11 AM-2 PM Merchant Trick-or-Treat (Look for the Pumpkins in the Windows!)

11 AM-2 PM Trunk or Treat (S. Monroe Cul-de-Sac)

11 AM-4 PM Independent Vendors (Downtown Waterloo)

2:00 Tractor Parade (Beginning at St Paul’s Church; corner of Washington St & Madison St and ending at Waterloo High School)

12PM-3PM Kids Free Bowling at Stubby’s Bowl!

11AM-3PM Free Facepainting and Balloon Twisting at Waterloo Blooms!

11AM-4PM Free Tractor hayrides!

Tractor Hayride starts in downtown Waterloo, up to Paradiddle’s Café where riders can get free pumpkins and decorate while there or take home!

Downtown Bandstand Events:

11AM Waterloo City Band

11:45 AM Waterloo High School Band

12:30 PM-4 PM High Energy DJ

2:30 PM Kids Hay Bale Hunt

3 PM Kids Costume Contest (6 and under, 7-12, and teens)

Venue at River’s Edge: 

11AM-3PM Free Haunted House

4PM The Monster Ball Frozen Tundra Wrestling



October 27, 6pm – Witch’s Brew BINGO  

Entry cost is $25 to play 17, 3-card games. Come in costume for a chance to win additional prizes! Turner Hall, 301 S. 4th St.

Witch's Brew BINGO Flyer

 October 28, dusk-11pm – Enchanted Storybook Trail 

The Storybook Trail at Brandt-Quirk Park will be lined with paper lanterns so you can enjoy the trail after dark. Bring your flashlight and have fun reading “The Little Ghost Who Was a Quilt” along the way. 800 Carriage Hill Dr.

Enchanted Storybook Trail Flyer

October 29, 10am – 3pm – Pumpkin Palooza 

Enjoy a day of family fun in Downtown Watertown. Horse-drawn wagon rides, living statues, downtown Trick-or-Treat (1-3pm) and more!

Pumpkin Palooza Flyer

October 29, 4-7pm – Citywide Trick-or-Treat 

October 29, 6-8pm – Trunk-or-Treat, Watertown Moose Lodge



Thursday, October 27th, 4-7pm – Ghoul’s Night Out 

Let’s start the Halloween celebration right! Join the Whitewater Area Chamber of Commerce and local businesses in a Main Street ghoulish good time!  Halloween games & activities, costume contest, spooky stories, trick-or-treating at businesses along the Main St. corridor, and more in Whitewater!

October 7-30, Closing reception on Friday, October 28th at 6pm – Hallow’s Gala Art Exhibit 

The Whitewater Arts Alliance will have a ghoulish exhibit highlighting fantasy, mythology, and folklore the whole month of October. Halloween enthusiasts are welcome!

Arms holding pumpkin

October 31, 4-7pm – City-wide Trick-or-Treating 

Weekends in October – Shockwave Haunts @ The Fuzzy Pig

Haunted experiences not for the faint of heart!