Trunk or Treat Events Around Albuquerque


Check out these Trunk or Treat events around Albuquerque! Don’t forget you can always comment or email ABQ Mom with your additions if we’ve missed one.


We would like to thank Manzano Day School for Sponsoring this Guide to Trunk-or-Treats.

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Trunk or Treat Events Around Albuquerque in 2023

Saturday, October 21

Join the Girl Scouts of New Mexico for their Mad Science Trunk-or-Treat from 2-6 pm. While you are there, be sure to visit the Mad Scientist’s Lab for spooky science demonstrations, eerie experiments, creepy crafts, and ghoulish games led by local scientists.

Head to the Rio Rancho Fall Festival to check out the carnival games, pumpkin carving, food trucks, beer garden, live music, and trunk-or-treating!

Saturday, October 28

Visit Legacy Church from 11 am-2 pm and enjoy their trunk or treat event complete with food trucks and character experiences! 

From 2 pm-4 pm, Faith Lutheran Church will be hosting their annual Fall Festival. This is a free, family-friendly event for all ages. There will be food trucks, games, music, and prizes.

Delectable Baking Company’s second annual trunk or treat pop-up shop! Come enjoy this two-day event October 28 and 29 from 11-5 pm. Safe trick or treating, vendors, food trucks, drinks, and a car show. Location TBA.
Town of Edgewood hosts its annual trunk or treat–this year at Venus Park. Come in costume and trick or treat from car to car, enjoy some games and spooky stories. Want to be involved as a vehicle? Enter your vehicle in the “Best Decorated Vehicle” contest ([email protected]). Remember–this event is on Saturday, Oct. 28.

Sunday, October 29

Sandia Presbyterian’s Trunk or Treat is always a blast with hot dogs, live music, and a great community that puts on lots of creative trunks! Held from 3-5 pm.

Visit Lowell Elementary School from 4-6 pm for decorated trunks, games, face painting, bounce house, food trucks, costume contest, and so much more!

Tuesday, October 31

Bring the kids to Calvary Chapel Southwest for food, fun, and more!

Join the Village of Corrales in the 14th annual Trunk or Treat! Dress up your vehicle or trailer and display them around the front athletic field at the recreation center where children can walk up and trick-or-treat in a fun and safe manner!

Come out for the 32nd Trunk or Treat Trailer to Trailer at RV Sales in Moriarty. It’s an East Mountain tradition! Admission is a canned food item or $1 (supports Bethel Storehouse).

The village of Los Lunas is hosting a Halloween Bash from 5-9 pm on Friday, Oct. 27, and Tuesday, Oct. 31 at the Los Lunas Transportation Center at 101 Courthouse Road. There will be candy, live music, games, food, a trunk or treat, and a trick or treat house.

If you know of any trunk or treats in Albuquerque or surrounding areas, let us know by emailing [email protected] or submitting the event here

Looking for more fall fun? Make sure to check out our Ultimate Guide to Fall in the Albuquerque area.