Looking for something fun to do with your family for Halloween? Here are 5 family-friendly events happening in Anchorage and the Mat-Su.

Zoo Boo at the Alaska Zoo

The Alaska Zoo will be decked out in Halloween spirit and ready to welcome trick-or-treaters! There will be shuttles from Service High School every 10-15 minutes. Tickets are available online, youth ages 3-17 can get in for $7 and toddlers 2 years old and under get in for free. Visit the Alaska Zoo's website for full event details.


Get spooked at Camp Crystal

An Anchorage Halloween tradition, Camp Crystal is back again. It's free to run through Camp Crystal, but organizer Billy Stapleton is collecting donations for Anchorage Youth Advocates. Anchorage Assemblyman Forrest Dunbar will also be there to join the fun.


Trick or treat on Fish Creek Trail

The grand reopening of the Fish Creek Trail is happening Thursday at 4:30 p.m. There will be a bike and walk costume parade starting at 5 p.m. and trick-or-treaters can make their way through the trail to fill their buckets with candy.


Halloween Hollow fun at the fair

The Alaska State Fair might be over, but the fairgrounds will be open for Halloween. Starting at 3 p.m., families can come to the Raven Hall for Halloween Hollow. There will be food trucks and booths with fun and candy. Tickets are $6 and benefit the Mat-Su Special Santa Program.


'Spooktacular' skating in Wasilla

Still haven't had enough of spooky season? The Curtis D. Menard Memorial Sports Center is having a free public skate night from 6:30-8:30 p.m Nov. 1. There will be treats, drinks and prizes.

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