Top 10 Places for Kids to Trick or Treat in the Sacramento Area
Top 10 Places for Kids to Trick or Treat in the Sacramento area: It’s no secret that kids love Halloween. The magic of dressing up and setting out on a candy-collecting adventure is enough to make any child squeal with delight. But for many parents, the thought of chasing their little ghosts and goblins around the neighborhood isn’t something to which they look forward.
The good news is that Sacramento is home to many wonderful alternatives to traditional trick-or-treating… this year, skip the neighborhood chaos and head to one of these safe trick or treating events instead. We’ve put together our picks for the Top 10 Places for Kids to Trick or Treat in the Sacramento area:
9261 Laguna Springs Drive. Ste.120 Elk Grove CA 95758
Saturday, October 31, 2020 | 9 – 12:30 PM PDT
Come stop by Laguna Point on the corner of Laguna Springs Dr. and Laguna Blvd. We will be having a drive-thru Trunk-or-Treat or Trick-or-Treat on Halloween morning.
So come on by and show us your amazing costumes. Local businesses would love to hand out treats for the whole family!
Online – Elk Grove CA 95624
Friday, October 30th, 2020 | 6 – 10 PM
Spook Night! Parents Night Out. Kids enjoy 2 hours of Virtual Gaming Scares with friends at-home on Oct. 30 from 6 – 8 pm. Parents enjoy 2 hours to themselves. For ages 7-14 yrs. old. All online activity is monitored and led by Senseis to make sure everyone is having a fun time.
Rio Linda Elverta Recreation and Park District Community Center
810 Oak Lane, Rio Linda, California 95673
Get creative with your design! We would love to see anything spooky, wacky, funny, retro or even just plain traditionally scary! We would like
our car-booths to collectively display our community’s special brand of energy and spirit! Your display, costumes, and interactions should be engaging to children looking on from the backseat of a vehicle.
The South Land Park Neighborhood Association and Raley’s invite you to a Drive-Thru Trick or Treat experience on Halloween, October 31 starting at 5:00 pm at 4850 Freeport Blvd (the former Raley’s parking lot).
They will be joined by friends from the Pocket-Greenhaven Community Association, Land Park Community Association, Councilmember Steve Hansen & Jay Schenirer, and SAFE Credit Union to pass out treats and goodies while supplies last.
Checking into this event is highly encouraged so that they will have enough treats for every child who comes. This event will adhere to all current public health guidelines.
Rancho Cordova City Hall
2779 Prospect Park Dr., Rancho Cordova CA 95670
Wednesday, October 28, 2020 | 4 – 6 PM PDT
Stop by Rancho Cordova City Hall on Wednesday, October 28 for a special drive-thru Halloween event hosted by the City of Rancho Cordova! The event will feature a haunted drive-thru experience with spooky displays created by city staff, trick-or-treat giveaways, music and more! This event takes place in the City of Rancho Cordova, which is part of the Sacramento region.
Rods & Mods Car Shows
6041 Sunrise Boulevard Citrus Heights CA 95610
Friday, October 30, 2020 | 4 – 8 PM PDT
This event is free to the public, ticket purchases are only to register your vehicle and reserve your spot. when purchasing your ticket please include your year, make and model in the notes. Join us Friday October 30th 4 to 8pm for Rods & Mods 2020 Trunk or Treat car show. All vehicles are welcome to attend, be sure to decorate and wear your favorite Halloween costume.
LifePointe Christian Church
10291 E Stockton Blvd Elk Grove CA 95624
Saturday, October 31, 2020 | 5 – 7 PM PDT
Looking for a safe way to celebrate Halloween this year? We have the socially-distanced sweets for your little Boos! Join us in our parking lot for a FREE Trunk or Treat candy hunt and a self-serve photo booth!
As part of our effort to keep everyone healthy and safe, we request all guests to reserve a time slot in advance. This enables us to control capacity and limit the number of guests who are within the event at any given time.
Aerospace Museum of California
3200 Freedom Park Drive Sacramento CA 95652
Saturday, October 31, 2020 | 12 – 3 PM PDT
Join us in our huge Outdoor Air Park on Saturday, October 31 from 12pm – 3pm for physically distanced trick-or-treating, activities, and games for the whole family! Limited tickets are available! Includes Air Park and Indoor Museum admission. Indoor access subject to change based on Sacramento County COVID-19 guidelines. $10 General admission applies to all ages. Masks are required for guests 3+.
3901 Land Park Drive, Sacramento, CA 95822
October 30-31, 2020
Join them for a Halloween Fun at Fairytale town from 10 AM – 2 PM on October 30 & 31. Enjoy Halloween themed crafts and activities, vote for your favorite decorated pumpkin, and show off your costume and dance moves at our dance party/costume pageant at the Mother Goose Stage at 12 PM.
Guests who wear a Halloween costume will receive a treat bag (1 per guest).
Weekday admission is $6 for adults and children ages 2 and older. Weekend admission is $7 for adults and children ages 2 and older. Members and children ages 1 and under are free. Reservations required.
Sac Dance Lab
1807 Tribute Rd Sacramento CA 95185
Friday, October 30, 2020 | 7 – 9 PM PDT
Warm-up at the barre with basic exercises, continue with an adagio and/or allegro in the center, and finish with across the floor combinations.
Top 10 Places for Kids to Trick or Treat in the Sacramento area
If the thought of chasing your little ghosts and goblins around the neighborhood isn’t something you’re excited about, we hope that one of these Top 10 Places for Kids to Trick or Treat in Sacramento will offer you and your family a safe, fun alternative to traditional trick-or-treating this Halloween.
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Michele is a freelance writer based in Sacramento county. She lives in Elk Grove with her husband, two children and four cats. Michele is proud of her role as a working mother and maintains a full-time career. Writing is one of Michele’s passions and she aims to share her unique perspective on parenting through the written word.View All Posts