With Halloween just a few short weeks away, parents of Charlotte are gearing up to get ready to take their kids out trick-or-treating. Though many prefer to trick-or-treat in their own neighborhoods as a way of bonding with their neighbors, some may not have the option. Whether you live out in the sticks or your neighborhood doesn’t do it big for Halloween, here are just a few options to consider when deciding where to take the little monsters on Halloween:
Oct. 19th, Blakeney Shopping Center - Hosting it’s annual Boo Bash! Great fun for kids. The festivities start at 9 AM. Look for more info here.
Oct. 26th, Huntersville - Holding their “Halloween Fun” fest at Rural Hill from 2-6 PM. There will be games, arts & craft vendors, moon bounce, pumpkin patch, face painting, live music, food, costume contests & much more. Look for more info here.
Oct. 30th, Downtown Mooresville - businesses give out candy from 3-5 PM. Look for more info here.
Lastly, here’s just a few sections of town that are guaranteed to offer great fun for parents looking to take their kids trick or treating. Neighbors may be wary of families that aren’t from their neighborhoods, but a polite attitude is usually all that it takes to win them over.
Plaza-Midwood - Every Halloween, the artsy neighborhood gets into the spirit, decorating their houses and often dressing up themselves.
Dilworth - The whole neighborhood usually decorates and anticipates parents bringing their kids in from other areas.
South Charlotte has a ton of subdivisions down Rea Road and Providence Road that have 100s of houses in them. Great potential for candy hunting. Check out Hunter Oaks, Providence Downs, Firethorne, and other surrounding neighborhoods.
Have any other suggestions for possible areas that are worth visiting this Halloween? Share them in the comments section below!