Halloween is just around the corner and neighborhoods throughout the Tri-Cities are beginning to look a little spookier with each passing day. You’ve likely noticed jack-o’-lanterns and skeleton decorations popping up on the porches of neighbors’ houses as early as the beginning of last month. This month, we thought we’d take a look at the various resources and activities available around Halloween. The Tri-Cities has always been a family-friendly area and this fact translates well for the scariest holiday of the year. The streets are safe for trick-or-treaters to wander from house to house on October 31st, scoring treasure troves of delicious candies from the warm and welcoming communities present here.

Middleton Fall Festival

As we covered last month (and last year), the Middleton Fall Festival is a fantastic option for family entertainment around the ‘spooktacular’ holiday. Featuring corn mazes, a pumpkin patch, a petting zoo, and so many more activities, there is perhaps no better place for people of all ages to enjoy during this time of year. With private campfires and food and drink available on site, the Middletons yet again outdo themselves and provide the community with a wide variety of entertainment options. If you haven’t read our article highlighting the event in greater detail, be sure to read up on it here.


Whether you haven’t prepared your house with enough fake spiderwebs or you’re looking to put together a last-minute costume, there are several resources at your disposal without breaking the bank.

Spirit Halloween | 1321 & 821 N Columbia Center Blvd, Kennewick

When the weather cools down and the red and orange leaves begin to hit the ground, Spirit Halloween opens its doors for the becomes the epicenter of the Halloween world. Offering a dazzling array of costumes, decorations, and props, Spirit has come to play an integral role in providing Halloween goods to the community. With two large storefronts located at the Columbia Center Mall in Kennewick, it is easy to access from any point in the Tri-Cities, and the sheer variety of goods available is staggering. Just be sure to make your trip to Spirit Halloween as early as possible, as the selection will become slimmer with each passing hour.

Party City | 2907 Queensgate Dr, Richland

While perhaps not providing the same amount of Halloween necessities as Spirit Halloween, Party City still offers a great selection of costumes and decorations for October 31st. The location tailors it’s selection of goods for each major holiday throughout the year, and also offers a wide variety of party materials. It’s certainly worth checking out, but as with Spirit Halloween, the sooner you can make it there, the more options will be available to you.


All in all, Halloween in the Tri-Cities has always been a magical time of year. Whether you’re planning on attending a themed party, trick-or-treating, or providing the neighborhood’s children with sweets and treats, there is something for everyone to enjoy during this time of year. Happy Halloween from the Windermere Team!

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