Trick-or-Treat Your Feet Off: Best neighborhoods for the Halloween holiday
Candy, candy, candy! With so many houses to hit on a single night, it’s important to plan ahead. Find the neighborhood best for you, grab your favorite outfit, and relive your glory days through your children’s trick-or-treating.
Ashland Railroad District: Everyone knows that Ashland’s Halloween Parade is where you go if you want to flaunt your awesome unicorn outfit. Rub elbows with some of the most enthusiastic trick-or-treaters this side of California as you march past gawking fans with pride. Afterwards, walk a few blocks from downtown to enjoy an easy breezy stroll for candy.
Starlight Pl, Grants Pass: Big houses equal big payoffs. The hill will give you exercise and help burn off those bonus calories.
Rogue Valley Mall, Medford: A neighborhood of sorts, the Rogue Valley Mall in Medford offers a safe and dry place for families to enjoy face-painting and trick-or-treating at participating retailers from 5 – 8 p.m.
Halloween at the Y, Medford: This is an awesome opportunity to get involved with friends and neighbors. Bring your kids, your car, and some treats. Decorate your car trunk like you would your front porch and share the wealth while the kiddos trick-or-treat from vehicle to vehicle. A safe and fun way to celebrate the season. 6 – 8 pm in the parking lot.
Oregon National Caves: If you’re up for the drive, a haunted candlelight tour on October 30 and 31. Creepy candlelight catacomb explorations start at 4 pm; limited to 12 people.