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Best Sonoma County Trick or Treat Streets and Halloween Happenings

Find the best places to go on Halloween, for Trick or Treat, or Halloween Fun!

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McDonald Avenue

McDonald Avenue

Historic McDonald Avenue is the destination for Santa Rosa trick-or-treaters. Many of the homes along McDonald Avenue were built in the 1800s, which adds an extra spooky Halloween vibe. The popular horror movie “Scream” even used the street for filming. Last year, John and Jennifer Webley, owners of the 1879 Victorian McDonald Mansion, staged a reenactment of the infamous Jack The Ripper’s dastardly exploits, with over 40 locals helping run the show. Young trick-or-treaters may find it a little intenst. Best for older trick-or-treaters

Santa Rosa's Jose Ramon Avenue

Great neighborhood, some super scary, some more little-kid friendly.

Petaluma Sonoma Mountain Area

Happenin Halloween scene.

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D Street Petaluma

D Street Petaluma

Historic downtown Petaluma D Street is a district full of beautiful Victorian houses, most of which are fully restored. The entire neighborhood goes all out with decorating for Halloween: ghastly gravestones, witches, goblins, and coffins adorning the houses. Kid and dog-friendly neighborhood.

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Armstrong Estates Sonoma

Armstrong Estates Sonoma

The Armstrong Estates neighborhood is one of Sonoma county’s most well-visited trick-or-treat spots. The original Armstrong Estate was constructed in 1870, and the neighborhood was later developed in the mid 1990s to include custom craftsman and Victorian homes, including one owned by the winners of the HGTV Dream Home contest. The original Armstrong House was restored in 1996 and is now an historic landmark. Smack in the heart of wine country, parents and kids alike will enjoy trick-or-treating here as in addition to an abundance of candy, some residents have been known to offer complimentary wine tastings to parents who bring their own glass.

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Fountain Grove Area

Fountain Grove Area

Rumors abound about houses handing out WHOLE Candy bars! True or not it's a Trick-or-Treat mecca!

Santa Rosa Trunk or Treat Christ Tabernacle

Joine Christ Tabernacle for their annual Trunk or Treat

Santa Rosa Sunshine Avenue

Popular Rincon Valley haunt for candy-starved costumed kids.

Healdsburg Johnson Street

Happy candy hunting in this popular Healdsburg haunt.

Healdsburg Sunnyvale Drive

Another local favorite for Healdsburg Trick-or-Treaters, and out-of-towners in the know!

Petaluma's Elizabeth Drive

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Rohnert Park M Section

Rohnert Park M Section

One of the most popular neighborhoods for RP kids.

Rohnert Park Holly Drive

Tucked away in the north east part of Rohnert Park, this is a hidden Halloween gem.

The Windsor Halloween Parade

Begins at 6:00pm in front of Raley's Supermarket at the Lakewood Shopping Center on Lakewood Drive in Windsor. The parade will be led by a Windsor Fire Truck through the shopping center and ends at the Windsor Community Center with free hot dogs, drinks and trick or treat bags with candy provided for all parade participants.
FREE
October 31, 2013

8858 Lakewood Drive
Windsor, California, 95492
Phone number: 707.838.4531
E-mail: ecorbin@townofwindsor.com

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McDonald Avenue

McDonald Avenue

Historic McDonald Avenue is the destination for Santa Rosa trick-or-treaters. Many of the homes along McDonald Avenue were built in the 1800s, which adds an extra spooky Halloween vibe. The popular horror movie “Scream” even used the street for filming. Last year, John and Jennifer Webley, owners of the 1879 Victorian McDonald Mansion, staged a reenactment of the infamous Jack The Ripper’s dastardly exploits, with over 40 locals helping run the show. Young trick-or-treaters may find it a little intenst. Best for older trick-or-treaters