ake Pleasant is hosting its annual Haunted Harbor Trunk-N-Treat from 5 to 9 p.m. Saturday, October 24, featuring a costume contest, a rockabilly band and food trucks.
The cost is $7 per carload, but the fee is waived if children are dressed in Halloween costumes. All attendees must wear a mask and follow posted social distancing guidelines.
Pleasant Harbor Marina & RV Resort is open to the public 365 days a year. It boasts Dillon’s Bayou lakeside restaurant; boat; sail and Jet Ski rentals; kayaks and paddle boards; fishing guides; boat and RV sales; H2-Whoa!, the world’s largest floating waterslide; The Phoenix boat cruise; slip rentals and storage; as well as a full-service RV resort with 253 spaces, featuring a clubhouse, store, heated pool and Jacuzzi.
“Trunk-N-Treat is a fun and family friendly event,” said Deneen Ramirez, event coordinator at Pleasant Harbor RV Resort & Marina. “And, with our scary costume characters wandering about, both kids and adults will experience the spirit of the season.”
For more information about Pleasant Harbor, call 623-203-5173 or visit pleasantharbor.com.