Trick-or-Treat times around Louisville
What time is trick or treating in Louisville? Trick-or-treat times hours in Kentuckiana.
Sunset in Louisville on Halloween 2019 will be at 6:44 pm. This may affect when you want to head out to trick or treat…… especially if you have little ones. And, despite it being a weekday school night, Louisvillians keep trick-or-treating to Halloween night. Of course, if you want to do something else with your family on another date, there are plenty of trick-or-treat Halloween events leading up to Halloween that are fun for the family.
THIS INFORMATION IS FROM 2019. For 2020, individual locales will make decisions about 2020.
Most counties have trick-or-treat times between 5-8 pm though Jefferson County traditionally has not set any specific hours. In Southern Indiana cities like New Albany, Clarksville, and New Albany, trick or treat times are 6-8 pm, with some locations stretching until 9 pm. We suggest 5:45-7 pm to safely venture out when it is not quite dark and be heading home before it is too dark.
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If we receive official communications or find posts from official sources online, we will post them here.
- City of Louisville– 10/31/19, no set times.
- City of Jeffersonville 10/31/19, 6pm-9pm.
- City of Clarksville 10/31/19, 6-9pm.
- City of Charlestown – 10/31/19, no set times.
- Floyd County – 10/31 6-8:30pm.
- City of La Grange – 10/31 6-8pm.
- City of St. Matthews – 10/31 starting at 5:30pm
- City of New Albany – 10/31/19, no set times.
- Shelby County – 10/31/19, no set times.
- Oldham County – 10/31/19, times may vary by city.
- Crescent Hill – 10/31/19, no set times.
Sometimes, municipalities and communities within Jefferson County create their own trick or treat hours.
If/when we find specific details about communities in Louisville or our outer counties adopting specific/stricter trick-or-treat times, we will update this post to list the information!
If you are at home and want trick-or-treaters to stop by, simply turn on your light outside as a signal that you welcome trick-or-treaters. Also, if you are an allergy-friendly house, you can put out a teal pumpkin or hang a teal pumpkin sign so kids/families with allergies know you have items that are safe for them. There are lots of ideas for non-food treats!
Looking for a cool spot to trick-or-treat outside of your own neighborhood? I know it wraps up pretty early in my neighborhood – maybe you want to be out later. Hillcrest Ave. (unofficially Louisville’s “Halloween Street”) welcomes trick-or-treaters from 5-9 pm on Halloween. The neighborhood is all decorated for the night and it’s a big deal. You can bring canned goods and if you see a milk crate outside of a house, drop the canned goods in and they donate to a local food bank. Also, they decorate early so you can go meander around throughout October. See details here about trick-or-treating on Hillcrest Ave.
What about weather changes? In the past, we have seen some counties, cities, municipalities, and neighborhood change trick-or-treating dates/times if the weather is predicted to be dangerous so pay attention to your own area or neighborhood groups in the event of storms. Though, most do not change because of rain.
Looking for some tips on safety for Halloween? Here is a great guide to help you out.