Every Halloween night the Utah Olympic Oval holds its annual Trick-or-Treat Streets where kids can celebrate the night by getting tricks and treats, from local vendors, sports clubs, and community groups. These individuals and organizations will be presenting various activities and games along with their treats. There is also present on-site free ice skating (not including the skate rentals) on the world-famous Olympic Oval. There is usually a charge for adults 13 and up. After they have done all the trick-or-treating they want, kids and their families can skate the night away to the Halloween classics.
Everything is completely free for kids and very family-friendly. There is free face painting, arts and crafts, bounce houses, family photo booths, and pumpkin carving. To make it as fun a Halloween night as possible, make sure your child comes dressed up. Preferably, it will be a spooky costume, but it certainly doesn’t have to be. However, it is very adamantly requested that there be no masks. Best of all, it is the most definite way of making sure your child has fun trick-or-treating but stays safe this Halloween.
Have a fun and spooky and safe night at the Olympic Oval this coming Halloween. It will be an evening that you and your kids will never forget. And in the process, you will hit on your new family Halloween tradition.