Treat Trails at Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party 2019

Now it wouldn’t be Halloween without tons and tons of candy. Luckily Disney delivers on this in several treat trails throughout the park during Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party. Here is your guide to every treat trail in the park. But first…

What is a Treat Trail?

A treat trail is a candy distribution location. It is included in your ticket to the Halloween Party and you can enter treat trails as many times as you want. In the end, you are given a handful of Mars candy (They sponsor the event). There are also allergen-free options if you are in need. Be aware that the candy they give out in the normal lines usually contains peanuts.

To start we are going to discuss the two special treat trails before discussing the rest of the treat trails throughout the park.

Opening Main Street USA Treat Trail

This is the treat trail that opens right at 4pm as you can get in with your party ticket. It starts at the backstage gate near the Town Square Theater and continues on a specially themed backstage pathway. This is the only treat trail open this early, but it closes at 8pm. This is also where you get your candy bag to use throughout the party. There are also items available for purchase at the end of the treat trail exclusive to the party.

Monsters Inc. Laugh Floor

This treat trail has been around for years but now it has added magic with a special Halloween themed version of the show being performed throughout the night. You also get double the candy in this treat trail, one before the show and one after.

Country Bear Jamboree

There is a treat trail through the Country Bear Jamboree. The show does not operate and you wait in the theater before being given candy at the exit.

Carousel of Progress

This treat trail runs through the queue of the Carousel of Progress before giving you candy at the end.


The main Fantasyland treat trail, this runs through the queue and theater for this attraction. No added magic, just a line to get candy.

Jungle Cruise

Yet another line to get candy. No added magic, no entertainment, just a use of the queue line to hold people waiting for candy.

So when should you get candy? Really any time. The lines don’t fluctuate, except that they are usually ridiculous in the first hour of the party. Wait after that and you are a go for candy. Get as much as you want, there are no limits.