The Brownwood Area Chamber of Commerce & Wendlee Broadcasting are working hard to create a fun and safe Trick or Treat event for the children of our community.

The 9th Annual Trick or Treat Trail will be a drive through edition on Thursday, October 29th at Riverside Park from 5pm-7pm.

How businesses can participate:

Vendor – This year, businesses wishing to participate will be able to set up a Trunk display to hand out goodies to the cars as they come through the park.  (We encourage you to decorate your area as a part of the BOO THE BAYOU Contest.  Let us know and we will give you a larger space)
Set up will begin at 2:30pm.  If you would like to participate, please call Kim at 325-646-9535 or email to reserve a space. $20 for vendor spaces.

Pumpkin Decorating – All businesses are encouraged to join in the fun!  If your business is not able to attend as a vendor but would still like to participate, this is a great way to do so.  You may paint, carve, and decorate your pumpkins to represent your business.  These pumpkins will be used to line the drive through Riverside Park and must be delivered to the Chamber by noon on Thursday, Oct. 29th.   Free to participate.

How the public can participate:

Vehicle Decorating – We are asking the public to decorate their vehicles for the drive through experience.

Costume Contest – This year participants will need to submit a photo entry, along with their name, category, and phone # between October 7th & October 27th via Facebook Messenger or email to  Entries may also be dropped off at the Chamber at 600 E. Depot St.  Winners will be announced on Facebook at noon on Thursday, October 29th.


Let’s make it festive and create a memorable experience this year!  Anyone wishing to decorate a section of Riverside Park for the drive through should contact the Chamber for an entry form by noon October 23rd.  Winners will be announced Thursday, October 29th. Free to participate.

To keep everyone safe and within the CDC guidelines, Trick or Treat Trail participants will NOT be allowed out of their cars in the drive through portion of the park.