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Trick-or-Treat in Hersheypark

Where To Trick-Or-Treat In Hersheypark This Halloween

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The Sweetest Place On Earth, Hershey, PA definitely knows how to sweeten your Halloween and this year, Hersheypark has increased the amount of places where they give away Hershey’s candy to kids under 12. Sorry, parents - candy is just for the kids!

13 Sweet Locations

As part of the Halloween celebration in Hersheypark, there is a Trick-or-Treat Trail that starts at Hershey's Chocolate World, winds through Hersheypark and ends at ZooAmerica with 13 stops along the way for kids under 12 to fill up their candy bag with all varieties of Hershey’s chocolate.

Each stop has a different theme spread out across three properties: 

  • 3 stops in Hershey's Chocolate World
  • 9 stops in Hersheypark
  • 1 stop in ZooAmerica 

You can pick up a copy of the card pictured here at any of the stops and check off each stop to make sure you get to them all!

What to expect

When you come to each stop there is a table with employees handing out free candy for kids. Bags are available if you didn't bring your own and these stops are all treats - no tricks! Every stop has different types of candy: Hershey's Chocolate Bars, Twizzlers, Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups and more! If you have a nut allergy there is a nut-free candy option available.

There are two NEW stops this year - ZooAmerica and Midway Tent inside Hersheypark - that are giving away a new candy product called Crunchers. It comes in two flavors: HERSHEY'S Cookies ‘N’ Cream Crunchers and Reese's. You will not be disappointed!

Download the App

If you have the Hersheypark App make sure you have your settings on:

  • Location services
  • Bluetooth
  • Notifications

These will need to be all turned on so you can receive alerts in the Park at the different candy stops.

Hersheypark is using beacon technology to deliver customized alerts to you when you get to a specific location and have the Hersheypark App installed.

Details

Costumes for kids are encouraged but not required. A Hersheypark ticket is required to participate in all of these Trick-or-Treat Trail stops. You can buy those online or on your phone. Weekends only October 20-22 & 27-29. 

 

Bonus

Swing back to Hershey's Chocolate World and go on the free tour ride to see how Hershey’s Chocolate is made and at the end of the ride you will receive a free Hershey’s product sample.