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Best Neighborhoods for Trick or Treating in the USA

Are you ready for some serious trick-or-treat action? Tiny Beans has scoured the country to find the best neighborhoods that go all out for Halloween with parades, costume contests, other-worldly decorations, and the best spots for candy (yes... even the full-sized candy bars!) Click the link here to see if you are lucky enough to have some awesome Halloween events and decorated neighborhoods near you!



New York City, NY - Upper West Side

There is a costume parade that kicks off at 3:30 pm on Halloween day. West 69th Street gets blocked off to street traffic between Central Park West and Broadway from 4-10 pm. Locals say this is THE best spot for decorations and treats! Beware... You must arrive early to avoid the massive crowds!


St Louis, MO - Holly Hills

Locals say this neighborhood knows what it means to have Halloween spirit. They begin decorating for the holiday starting in September - if that doesn't scream Halloween excitement, I don't know what does! Visit Leona Boulevard for the highlights with neighboring streets getting festive too. Up to 1500 kids have been known to flock to this neighborhood on Halloween night, so be prepared for some scary long lines!


Atlanta, GA - Grant Park

This historic neighborhood has a bit of Halloween flair year-round with ginormous Victorian houses lining the streets. These seemingly haunted homes go all out for trick-or-treating and are close together, which is a huge plus to minimize walking! This neighborhood also holds a lantern walk the weekend before Halloween - if you missed it, book it in your calendar for next year!


Portland, OR- Alameda

This neighborhood is legendary for its Halloween decorations and for the motherload of high-quality candy! Locals say that the families compete for the prize of the spookiest home of Halloween!


Nashville, TN - Nashville Zoo

Each year, the Nashville Zoo transforms into a spooky paradise during Boo at the Zoo! Fall Festival Field features carnival games, bounce houses, dance parties, corn pit, and more. The Howl-O-Ween Hayride takes riders on a trip through the Zoo's backroads to discover magical scenes. Trick-or-Treat around the Zoo trail, enjoy animals, science, and magic shows!


Visit Tiny Beans, to find out if you have any spooky neighborhood events going on!

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