The Pumpkin Spice latte has returned to Starbucks stores from Boise to Caldwell. Pumpkin flavored beers are in the coolers at Albertsons. And Spirit Halloween stores have taken over empty storefronts around the Treasure Valley. 

Those are all early signs that fall is creeping into the Treasure Valley, but it doesn't truly feel like "spooky season" until you can get lost in a corn maze or get chased by a creepy, chainsaw wielding clown. The opening dates for your favorite scary and not-so-scary fall attractions are right around the corner, so bust out that ugly Halloween sweater (don't judge, we actually own one) and get ready to fall into...well, fall!

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We're starting to build our early list of trunk-or-treat events too, so if your school, church or organization has one on the calendar click HERE to send us the whens and wheres. When we publish our guide for the year, we'll be happy to include you!

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