It’s almost time to get the kids all dressed up to go trick or treating! Now that you have the all the fun Fall Festivals to attend, the Best Pumpkin Patches to Visit, and some Fun Halloween Event for Kids, how about the top Plano neighborhoods to go trick or treating? There are some areas around town that go all out and make it so much fun for kids. Here’s a look at some great places to take kids on Halloween night.
This mainly consists of one house who some call ‘The Halloween House,’ but the street is nuts! This one house goes above and beyond that it’s decor literally takes up nearly 3 houses worth. The entire street will be blocked off and even if you don’t come trick or treat that night it’s a must stop or stare at! All the neighbors sit outside and pass out candy to 1000 kids! A DJ tops the night with fun Halloween music. You do not want to miss this house! We go every year and it does not disappoint.
This is a fun street that is almost directly across the street from Plano Senior High School. Several neighbors work together to create fun scenes/themes in the front yard. Kids from all over always want to come to Canterbury court! Some can be scary (just FYI) but it’s all in good fun for kids. The neighbors and atmosphere are great. This place will be VERY crowded so be prepared for lots of people and kids.
This neighborhood does it right! The entire area is blocked off for safety so cars cannot drive through. Moms tell us there are popcorn machines and tons of fun everywhere. They are passing out candy and ready to have some fun!
Though this neighborhood is mostly known for the best Christmas lights, some Moms tell us they are prepared for all the trick or treaters as well. No big street parties that we know of but a fun and safe place to go trick or treating here.
For little ones with shorter attentions, trunk or treat maybe a most suitable halloween celebration. Trunk or Treat events typically take place in a single parking lot or building and children are invited to dress in costumes and collect candy in an easy to navigate and low stress atmosphere. Trunk or Treat is perfect for children under the age of 5 or those who might need additional help navigating the streets during traditional trick or treating.
This free event takes place during the month of October at St. Andrew United Methodist Church. In addition to the trunk or treat event, costumed kiddos can participate in carnival games, bounce houses and more.
This is a ticketed event but the cost of admission is well worth the experience. Wear your costume and trunk or treat, feed the chickens, ride a tractor and more. For more information and event specifics, visit the Heritage Farmstead Events page.
Each year the Plano Police Department joins together with community business owners to host children of all ages for a safe alternative to trick or treating during in their trunk or treat night out!
These are the most mentioned places to trick or treat on Halloween night for Plano Moms. Do you have a good neighborhood or area that does it right and fun for kids? Tell us all about it and we’ll add it to our list!