PHOTOS: See the Halloween fun throughout Lake County

LAKE COUNTY — Kids and families had many safe and exciting opportunities to celebrate Halloween and other harvest-themed fun throughout the county this past weekend, with Halloween landing Monday.

Shawn Coffey hosted his 20th anniversary of the S&K Haunted Trail in Idlewild, which was spread over two weekends this year. Coffey estimated about 600 people went through the trail, and gave a big thank you to all the donors and everyone who made this event a success, a fun and well-known Halloween tradition in the area.

The Sauble Township Trunk-n-Treat also drew many families, for a fun time of collecting candy with a Halloween bag provided for the trick-or-treaters, enjoying donuts, popcorn, candy, hot chocolate and hot and cold cider.

The Webber Haunted Fire Barn, hosted by the Webber Township Fire Department, offered scares around each corner, with Dogman, the grim reaper and other scary characters popping out in a dark, flickering tunnel, into a thick mist, before exiting the tunnel to a table of treats, hot dogs, hot chocolate and hot cider. There also was a campfire out back for families to enjoy.

The Knights of Columbus offered a Trick-or-Treat for the Baldwin community Sunday at St. Ann's parking lot. There were 10 vehicles giving out candy for 243 kids. In addition, 144 hot dogs and 14 brats were served. For best dressed vehicles, Carol Freeman won first place, Dona TenBrock won second, and Rick and Ann Morris won third.

The Halloween fun continued into Monday, Oct. 31, with trick-or-treating, and a Trunk-or-Treat at the Baldwin High School Parking Lot by Lake County Community Collaborative, and free pumpkins, goody bags and snacks with the program, "Pretty Cool Pumpkins" hosted by Pathfinder Community Library.