IN THE FIELD: Trail or Treat

Wolf Creek Trailhead in Grass Valley

Saturday, October 29th 

3:00pm – 5:00pm 

Spooky season has arrived! We’re calling all ghosts and ghouls to take a wicked walk on this night of fright full of costume contests, candy, and spooktacular surprises! Bring your best costume–there will be a contest for kids to show off! We will have a photobooth to capture all the boo-tiful costumes that creep upon the night! Winners will be announced on social media. This is a family-friendly event, all ages welcome.

This event is FREE, please RSVP so we can get an idea of how many people are coming. 


Contact Aleena Church, if you have any questions.

ABOUT WOLF CREEK TRAIL: The City of Grass Valley opened the trail in 2018. The trail passes by the North Star Mining Museum and Glenn Jones Park. Wolf Creek runs parallel to the trail and crosses Little Wolf Creek. BYLT was contracted by the City to create natural earth trails that branch off from the main paved trail, providing a more natural experience closer to the water. These trails were expanded and signage was installed by BYLT in 2020 -2021 when the greater trail system was re-dedicated as Daspah Seyo Trail (Nisenan place name referencing the waterways in the Grass Valley area).


IN THE FIELD is our monthly event series led by naturalists, scientists, local historians, land stewardship partners, and our own BYLT staff and board. Attendees can expect to learn more about the protected lands in our community.

From guided and themed hikes on our 45+ miles of local trails to behind-the-scenes tours of our nature preserves and open spaces, you won’t want to miss IN THE FIELD!

Group size is small and space limited, so early registration is encouraged.

Everyone is welcome! “In the Field” events are open to the public with special discounts for BYLT members. Not a member? Join today!