This Halloween, take your little ones to some of San Diego’s best neighborhoods for trick or treating!
-This small, beachy section of La Jolla is a great place for those wanting a more traditional trick-or-treating experience. Start at the decorated shops on La Jolla Boulevard and then make your way to the gated communities nearby. Treats stop getting handed out at 8pm so make sure to get there early!
-This great family friendly neighborhood is great for the little ones.
-The Carmel Mountain neighborhood is said to be a great place to get candy for kids in costumes. For the little ones that may not make it into the night, participating merchants at Carmel Mountain Plaza will be giving out candy from 3-5pm on Friday October 30th and will even feature live music!
-Visit the Del Mar Highlands Town Center Plaza on Wednesday, 10/28 between 4-6pm for trick or treating!
-Local merchants and the Main Street Association of Coronado team up to provide a great night for the little ones.
-Encinitas 101 Main Street is hosting a safe trick or treating event for kids on Halloween between 5-8pm. Merchants from Encinitas Blvd. to K Street hand out treats to costumed kids. Kids can also enjoy games, activities, and a visit with Her Royal Highness!
La Jolla Village
-Another great stop for trick or treating!
-Local businesses on India street will be providing goodies for kids in costume.
-This small community goes all out on Halloween! Popular streets for candy collecting include Edgeware, Canterbury Drive, Adams, and Marlborough. This area is great for the whole family, however parking can be little tricky so make sure to get there on the earlier side to get your spot!
-Located just north of Old Town, this is a great location for Halloween exploration. The neighborhood has been known to go all out with all sorts of fun (and scary!) decorations. Not recommended for the very little kids or those that get scared easily, but older kids should love seeing all of the effort that the residents put in here.
-Considered by many to be THE hotspot for trick or treating on Halloween. Residents have been known to give out full-sized candy bars (!!!) and even sometimes dollar bills. The Scripps Ranch marketplace also hosts an annual event a few days before Halloween that features rides, store treats, and more!