Top 10 Places for Kids to Trick or Treat in Sacramento Area
Top 10 Places for Kids to Trick or Treat in Sacramento: 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 Sacramento:
400 Ballpark Dr, West Sacramento, CA 95691
Saturday, October 26th, 2019 | 4 – 6 PM PDT
Get your kids ready for Halloween and join the River Cats for their 6th annual Flick-or-Treat event featuring a special on-field showing of Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets on the video board. Bring family and friends for trick-or-treating and games on the concourse, Harry Potter Bingo, costume and trivia contests, and freshly brewed Butterbeer for adults. Wear your best costume and grab your wands, wizards!
Rio Linda Elverta Recreation and Park District Community Center
810 Oak Lane, Rio Linda, California 95673
Join the annual FREE Trunk-or-Treat event at Rio Linda! Enjoy trick-or-treating, games, haunted house, and costume contest! They also have a contest for best decorated trunk. Concessions and raffle tickets available for purchase at the event as well!
Historic Folsom District
915 Sutter Street, Folsom, CA 95630
Saturday, October 26, 2019 | 1 – 4 PM PDT
Enjoy some good old-fashioned trick or treating at the Historic Folsom District. Fun and treats await spectators. And don’t forget you can enjoy breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and shopping, in the District. You can ride Regional Transit/Light Rail to the venue. Also in the district – you can find Jump houses, and have fun, and games at the Wool and Sutter Street parking lot. Parking is located at 905 Leidesdorff Street garage.
Orangevale Church of Christ
5915 Main Avenue, Orangevale, CA 95662
Saturday, October 26, 2019 | 4 – 6 PM PDT
Mark your calendar for Orangevale Church of Christ’s Trunk or Treat Halloween event. Avoid the hassle alternative of going door to door for treats this Halloween season. Trunk or Treat is a safe and fun way for kids to enjoy the season with friends and neighbors in the Orangevale community. Vehicles will be decorated in creative ways by their owners, and children will trick or treat from trunk to trunk filling their bags with candy! It’s all free and it’s all happening in the parking lot of the Orangevale Church of Christ.
Nissan Elk Grove
8590 Laguna Grove Dr, Elk Grove, CA 95757
Sunday, October 27, 2019 | 11 AM – 1 PM PDT
John Driebe and the ForAnyAuto Group are proud to host Trunk or Treat at Nissan, Mazda, and INFINITI of Elk Grove. Bring the kids, family, and friends. Candy, costumes, raffles and more!
El Dorado Hills Town Center
4364 Town Center Blvd, El Dorado Hills, CA 95762
Thursday, October 31, 2019 | 3 – 6 PM PDT
The Halloween Spooktacular has become a community tradition and will feature trick-or-treating from 3-6 pm at Town Center participating businesses. A costume contest for kids and dogs will begin at 5 pm at the Steven Young Amphitheater with categories for Most Creative, Hero/Villain or Princess, Cutest, Most Scariest, and Best Group.
Stanley Mosk Library and Courts Building
914 Capitol Mall, Sacramento, CA 95814
Thursday, October 31, 2019 | 12:15 – 1 PM PDT
Get your ghoulies costumes, grab your trick or treat bag and head over to the California State Library as they take you on a tour of some of the weird and spooky things from their collections. The State Library has an extensive collection of documents from and about the state’s rich history. Kids are in for a candy treat!
Westfield Galleria at Roseville
1151 Galleria Boulevard, Roseville, CA 95678
Thursday, October 31, 2019 | 5 – 7 PM PDT
Get dressed in your spookiest Halloween costumes and enjoy this annual safe trick-or-treating event at the Westfield Galleria in Roseville. Over 70 participating stores displaying “Trick-or-Treat Stop” ghost decals in their window will be handing out treats while supplies last. Kids age 12 years old and below will get candies. For the safety of everyone, masks and replica weapons are not allowed.
IKEA West Sacramento
700 IKEA Court, West Sacramento, CA 95605
Thursday, October 31, 2019 | 5 – 7 PM PDT
Bring your costumed trick-or-treaters to IKEA West Sacramento and experience a safe place to take your kids Trick-or-Treating this Halloween. Take your kids and stroll throughout the store then stop at various scary spots along the way and ready to get treats for your little goblins and ghouls. This event is open to children 3 -12 years old.
Citrus Heights Fellowship
7405 Mariposa Avenue, Citrus Heights, CA 95610
Thursday, October 31, 2019 | 6:30 – 9 PM PDT
Bring the whole family and head on to Citrus Heights Fellowship for a safe, free trick or treating evening this Halloween! Games, candy, crafts, jump house, movies, popcorn, cake walk and more! No time to cook? No problem! They will have a hot dog dinner available for a $3 donation. Lots of candy and prizes for the kids and peace of mind for the parents/guardians. Reserve your spot by getting your free event tickets today! Those with tickets will be allowed to enter the event first – others may have to wait.
Top 10 Places for Kids to Trick or Treat in 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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