Shows Mocksville NC House decorated with Halloween lights and scary decorations as children approach for treats.

Photo credit: Jessica White

Prepare for a ghoulishly good time! Make plans now to grab your favorite ghouls and goblins and celebrate Halloween in Downtown Mocksville.

Fall Festival at Main Street Park on Saturday, October 29

The festivities will kick off on Saturday, October 29th, with a fall festival at Main Street Park from 5-8 p.m. Sponsored by The Bridge Church, this fun, family event will feature music, games, candy, popcorn, and cotton candy.

Holly Lane Haunt on October 30 & 31

The Holly Lane Haunt is back again to send chills down your spine. Victims… sorry, we mean guests of all ages welcome. The trail is located at 206 Holly Lane and will be open from 6-10 p.m. on Sunday, October 30, and Monday, October 31.


  • 7 full scenes
  • Special effects
  • 50+ animatronics and life-size props
  • 20+ scarers
  • Candy at the end (we don’t mean two pieces)
  • Inflatable trail for our little monsters who can’t brave the dark forest.

The Holly Lane Haunt is a free haunted trail run by volunteers. This trail is funded by a local group of family and friends in the community for the community.  This year they have decided to start taking donations to help offset running and improvement costs. Donations are NOT required to come through the trail. It is optional. They add more every year for the community’s spooky delight.

Downtown Merchants Will Offer Candy, Prizes, and Activities on Monday, October 31

Costumed merchants will treat trick-or-treaters to candy and prizes on Monday, October 31st,  throughout the afternoon and early evening.

The Station will be rocking from 4-9 p.m. featuring a Minion Block Party with Minion characters and kid-friendly music from 4-6 p.m. Los Gordos Bistro food truck will be onsite serving up tasty lobster rolls.

Eric & K’s BBQ, Jason’s Italian Ice, and Snickety Snacks food trucks will also be downtown dishing up scary good food, and Barry Rentz and the Mobile Jukebox will be spinning the best in spooky tunes.

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Celebrate Halloween with the Residents of North Main Street – October 31

Wind your way down North Main Street from 5:30 – 9 p.m.for more fiendish fun! Many homes will be dressed in their Halloween best as cemeteries, ghosts & goblins, witches brew, and more line their paths. Expect bands, DJs, special events, and of course, candy along the way.

“We are excited to celebrate Halloween on Main Street again this year. This celebration has become an annual tradition and a wonderful experience for kids,” said Chuck Taylor, who is organizing the efforts of the North Main Street residents.“Last year, we estimated that over 5,000 people came downtown and enjoyed the experience. There were so many people that many residents ran out of candy.”

Taylor is grateful to Mocksville Tourism Development Authority (MTDA) and Davie County Tourism for providing a grant to support this year’s event.

“If you want to come downtown, we welcome you. Please park your vehicle downtown or in the parking lots on side streets. Once the roads are closed, no one (even local residents) will be able to gain access. Our primary focus is to provide a safe place for kids and their families to enjoy Halloween.”

Photo credit: Jessica White

The “Rings” of Brock – October 31st

Davie County Recreation and Parks will present the next chapter of its Halloween Spooktacular, The “Rings” of Brock, from 5:30-8:30 p.m. at Brock Recreation Center.

Little Brock’s spirit still lingers along Main Street! The DCRP Team needs your help in putting them to rest before it’s too late! Come prepared to search for clues as we explore the ins and outs of what lurks in the corners of Little Brock’s labyrinth on Halloween Night.

Will you find your way out of little Brock’s Labyrinth?

Tickets are $1/per child and $2/per adult. Tickets are CASH only.

The Brock Recreation Center is located at 644 North Main Street, Mocksville. For more information, call (336) 753-8326.

For the safety of the children and their families, North Main Street will be closed from Gaither Street to Martin Luther King Jr. Road from 6 – 10 p.m. Side roads onto Main Street through this area will also be blocked off.