Get your boo on: Rec & Parks plans Halloween activities

Published 10:27 am Thursday, October 8, 2020

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Davie County Recreation and Parks is offering a safe and family-fun way to celebrate Halloween this year.

From Oct. 24-29, there are time slots for you to carve or paint a pumpkin at the park.

Then on Oct. 31, come back to see the pumpkins lighting the way on Jack-O-Lantern Trail.

The Recreation and Parks team is also looking for volunteers for the pumpkin carving and Jack-O-Lantern trail events. You can help our community celebrate Halloween in a safe and fun way this fall by volunteering your time during one (or more) of these time slots.

“Make sure to save the date and stop by for fall festivities, a fun adventure and a sweet treat or two—we hope you’ll join,” said Whitney Fitzsimons, marketing and events coordinator.

All events will take place at The Davie County Community Park at 151 Southwood Drive in Mocksville. Pumpkins are $3 each and the tools/patterns will be provided for carving.

Reserve a spot or ask any questions by sending an email to or give the team a call at 336-753-8326.