Trick-Or-Treat – It’s Tradition!

It’s that spooky time of year again, time for costumes, candy, fall fun and family. Join the Tybee Island tradition of Trick-Or-Treating on Lewis Avenue, and stay nearby at River’s End Campground and RV Park.

Screen shot 2014-10-26 at 9.36.37 AMGet your ghosts, pirates and princesses all ready to show off their creative costumes this Halloween. Join the thousands of people who will Trick-or-Treat on Lewis Avenue in Tybee Island on Friday, October 31, 2014. This longstanding tradition has become an annual block party, with candy being donated from all over Tybee Island.

Celebrate community as you walk up and down Lewis Avenue, observing all the chills and thrills of decorated houses. You’ll see everything from front yards turned into cemeteries, to Jack-O-Lanterns peeking in the windows. Collect all the candy your pumpkins can hold!

The Pirate tableau at the Borams’ house is an annual tradition and a great photo-op for the kiddos. So we have just one question: Arrrr you ready for some fall fun?

Have a Spooktacular Good Time at River’s End Campground

Celebrate Halloween at River’s End Campground and RV Park, located on Tybee Island. Choose one of our cozy camping cabins or RV sites as an affordable alternative for your family vacation. Amenities in the park include free Wi-Fi, a swimming pool, a dog park, and a community pavilion. Visit our website for more information about our camping accommodations, or call 800-786-1016 to make your reservation. Be sure to like our Facebook page!