Sonoma County may be known for beautiful vineyards and cute towns, but don’t overlook our festive spirit. When Halloween comes around, Sonoma turns spooky. You’ll see for yourself when you walk through some of our favorite neighborhoods. If you’re looking for some spooky trick-or-treat spots to take your kids, here are our recommendations.
Don’t miss Petaluma’s most festive street. The old Victorian buildings are all decked out for the holiday. One neighbor always plays a movie on the side of their house. Be sure to keep a look out for Clover Milk giving out mini cartons of chocolate milk. When? Saturday Oct 31st from 3 to 5:30pm
Armstrong Estates, Sonoma
This neighborhood is known for their beautiful houses, but on October 31st it becomes Sonoma’s spookiest street. Come admire all the decorations and get your fill of delicious candy.
McDonald Ave, Santa Rosa
The whole street is blocked off from Fourth Street to Pacific Avenue for one of our favorite nights of the year. They are known for extravagant decorations, live performances, and of course and abundance of candy.
Hallowine Run, Healdsburg
The Hallowine run is still on! but with some new changes to adjust to the new circumstances. The race will be both Virtual and Live – you get to choose whether to join virtually (running on your own time and course) or live by running one of the three predetermined courses (with official timing), starting in Healdsburg and running through the Dry Creek Valley. For more details and to register go here.
Trick or Treat Trail, Windsor
For the first time ever, the Town of Windsor Parks and Recreation will be hosting a free Trick or Treat event at Keiser Park. The event will take place on Saturday, Oct 31st from 11am-4pm. For more details and to register go here.
** Please take care of yourself and loves ones, and follow all social distancing guidelines this Halloween.