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Canton Leisure Services Division

Posted on: September 24, 2015

[ARCHIVED] Canton’s Trick Or Treat Parade Returns To The Summit On The Park

This fun, family-oriented tradition will take place at the Summit on the Park, located at 46000 Summit Parkway, in Canton, MI.

Children ages 10 and younger are encouraged to attend in costume and follow the spooktacular trail from room to room, each filled with special surprises and little goodies. Parade participants will enjoy seeing the Summit all decked out for ghoulish fun and ghastly festivities. Younger trick-or-treaters will enjoy the trail that passes a variety of themed-stations that allows them to visit with family-friendly characters, including: Captain America, the cast from Inside Out, characters from the Wizard of Oz, Frozen's Anna and Elsa and more. For those who dare, a spooky Haunted House will be available in the Summit’s Gymnasium that is scarier than ever. Please note that this interactive experience may be too intense for small children. Don’t forget the camera; you won’t want to miss these great photo opportunities to snap precious family photos!

Tickets will only be sold in advance of the event starting October 1, 2015 per child for $5 for Summit members and $6 for Canton residents and $4 for members of Bartlett’s Kids Club. From October 15-29, Non-Resident tickets will be available for $10 per child. A limited amount of tickets for designated timeslots will be available for purchase beginning October 1 at the Summit Front Desk, located at 46000 Summit Parkway; while supplies last. Please note that all ticket sales will end October 29 at 10 p.m. Kids of all ages (including infants and toddlers) planning to trick or treat and collect goodies during the event must have a ticket/collection bag.

“Every year the Trick or Treat Parade gets bigger and better, and this year is no exception. It’s a great family event that is perfect for the little ones,” said Laura Mortier, Recreation Specialist for Canton Leisure Services. “This year our 'spookier trail experience' for the older kids will feature a special Haunted House theme that we're really excited to debut, so trick-or-treaters can experience some brand new scares if they dare to stroll through our gymnasium."

This year’s sponsors include: The Goddard School, Drs. Nolan and Guest, Atchinson Ford, Community Financial Credit Union, MI Express Care, and Twisted Rooster. Additional supporters of this annual Canton tradition include D&M Art Studio.

Please remember that parents are responsible for the direct supervision of their children during this special event. Don’t forget the camera; you won’t want to miss these great photo opportunities to snap precious family photos! For more information call 734/394-5460 or visit

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