Halloween enhanced image of a pumpkin patch to get you going. (Ryan Dyck Photography)

Halloween enhanced image of a pumpkin patch to get you going. (Ryan Dyck Photography)

Halloween displays around Chilliwack are always a treat

Here is a list of addresses where some of the more creative Halloween displays can be viewed

Some Chilliwack folks may be looking for Halloween activities that can be enjoyed from the vantage point of a vehicle, so it’s crucial to know where some exciting Halloween displays can be found.

Some folks have gone all out.

Here is a list of home addresses, along with a video by Ryan Dyck Photography, featuring several local displays.

(Add any addresses that we may have missed in the comments.)

READ MORE: Halloween House on Kipp

Downtown Chilliwack

8786 Butchart

46495 Chilliwack central

45581 Lewis

45903 Lewis

45512 Kipp

45601 Fernway

Elwood Drive

Sardis

5906 Cowichan St.

5609 Kathleen

5362 Abbey Crescent (promotory)

6932 Coachlamp

7355 Leary Crescent

5996 Deerfield

6055 Glenmore

45210 Blue Jay

READ MORE: Recommendations from B.C.’s top doc for halloween


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