Halloween might be my favorite holiday, but the big hassle every year is coming up with a costume. If you're like me, you may have a couple "go-to" ideas, but generally like to be something unique every year. I don't wanna be a pirate every single Halloween.

The problem is, I can't bring myself to shell out $60 for a new costume that I will only wear once. The easiest solution I've had is simply doing some thrift shopping and creating homemade costumes, but even better than that? A costume swap!

Gently used costumes for kids, adults, and even pets are being accepted at multiple locations this week, leading up to the day of the swap on Sunday September 30th.

When you drop off a costume at one of the below locations, you'll get a token that will get you a "new" costume on Swap Day! Drop off multiple costumes, get multiple tokens!


9/24-9/28 10am-4pm
Huber Woods Park Environmental Center
Manasquan Reservoir Environmental Center
Thompson Park Visitor Center
Dorbrook Recreation Area Visitor Center
Fort Monmouth Recreation Center (this location will accept costumes 8am-closing)


9/30, 12-2pm
Fort Monmouth Recreation Center

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