Halloween in Highlands is a whole downtown full of spooktacular fun and entertainment. The streets close to traffic in early evening, and the canine costume parade ensues on 4th Street. After that the entire downtown becomes a trick-or-treater’s haven, with monsters of all ages traipsing from business to business clutching Halloween bags and plastic pumpkins to be filled with gobs of goodies.
Business pull out all the stops when it comes to decor, including Old Edwards. The front of the inn transforms into a haunted hotel, and staff members plan their costumes for months in hopes of winning great prizes in the employee costume contest. Friendly witches stand on the front steps of the inn handing out candy, while Hummingbird Lounge buzzes with a livelier than usual vibe. If the weather is favorable, the Wine Garden just might transform into the site of a mad monster bash.
After the little fairies and goblins retire for the evening, the true spectacle begins. Even the upscale food and beverage establishments fill up with costume-clad adults drinking martinis, eating late dinners and sharing camaraderie in celebration of Old Hallows Eve.
So plan your costume and book your room. Highlanders are serious about their costumes. So if you’re going to do Halloween, you might as well do it in Highlands.
Old Edwards fills up, so book your room now.