Trick-or-treating in San Diego is easily your kids’ favorite activity – and we know the best places in America’s Finest City where they can scare up a ton of spooky fun and collect a bounty of candy. Read below for our guide to finding the most devilish decorations and the sweetest sugar rushes at San Diego’s best neighborhoods and destinations for trick-or-treating.
This neighborhood goes all out with over-the-top decorations, ghoulish goblins and creepy crawlies around every turn. Residents often report upwards of 500 tricker-or-treaters at their door! Tiny tots might be scared by some of the more elaborate hauntings, but families with older kids will get a kick out of the spooky sights on Sunset Boulevard.
Carmel Valley’s safe neighborhoods and warm community spirit make it an ideal and popular locale for family trick-or-treating. Just east of Carmel Valley, trick-or-treat before Halloween at The Village Pacific Highlands Ranch’s Halloween event. Kids can go door-to-door to collect goodies from participating merchants, boogie down to live music by Justin Froese at the Village Square and strike a pose because Keane Studios will be on hand with complimentary photography.
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Homes in this beautiful neighborhood are decked out beyond belief in Halloween décor. Many abodes look like they’ve been professionally fashioned with spooky décor, lighting, music and effects generally reserved for venues like Disneyland. The homes in this neighborhood are situated close together, which makes it easy and comfortable for little kids to go door-to-door in a short amount of time.
The Annual Trick-or-Treat on India St. in Little Italy festivities are back this year! On Halloween night from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm, little monsters are encouraged to dress up for this fun and safe Halloween tradition to enjoy trick-or-treating throughout Little Italy. The event will kick off in the Piazza della Famiglia with Halloween décor, music and some trick-or-treating. After grabbing a map of participating Little Italy businesses in the Piazza, little ghouls, witches and goblins can walk from door-to-door along historic India Street to get delicious Halloween treats and candy from the local businesses that are taking part in the event. Bring your family out for a night of sweet and spooky fun!
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With Halloween coming to an end, I’m sure your kids are already skipping Thanksgiving and thinking about Christmas! If you’re thinking about selling during the holidays but aren’t sure if it’s better to wait until the new year, we can help guide you in what’s right for you! You can reach us at 858-722-684, or use our contact form.