5 Southern California Halloween Events Your Kids Will Love

Halloween’s almost here and that means, it’s party time! I’m super excited to be able to dress up in my favorite costume, eat as much candy as I want, (mom can’t say anything about it) and go to one of these super cool events with my family. Who’s ready to have some fun California Halloween Events For Kids?

California Halloween Events For Kids – Boo At The L.A. Zoo

California Halloween Events For Kids

Enjoy Halloween for 31 days straight at the L.A. Zoo. You can run around a corn stalk maze, a cave full of creepy crawlers, and enjoy spooky tales and ghoulish puppet shows that will give you the creeps. And if you show up on October 29 or 30, you can enjoy some early trick-or-treating. Time to overload on candy!

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California Halloween Events For Kids – Mickey’s Halloween Party

California Halloween Events For Kids

Come to Disneyland in your costume and enjoy a monster mash of a party on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday between 6-11 p.m., or on Friday from 7-midnight. You’ll get to see some amazing fireworks, dancing and you’ll even get to take photos with all your favorite Disney characters!

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California Halloween Events For Kids – Mr. Bones Pumpkin Patch

California Halloween Events For Kids

It’s fun, colorful, and full of adventures! After all, you have a whole Pumpkin Village to explore. You can also head down to the tunnels in the Straw maze, jump all day in the Jumpin Pumpkin or slide on down on Mr. Bone’s Super Slide.

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California Halloween Events For Kids – Irvine Regional Park Pumpkin Patch

California Halloween Events For Kids

Pan for gold, decorate delicious cookies, ride a train, or have your face painted! There’s so much to see and do! And if you have time, you can ride the paddle boats in the lake or have a picnic with your family, just don’t forget to pack a few extra PB & J sandwiches for everyone!

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California Halloween Events For Kids – Knotts Spooky Farm

California Halloween Events For Kids

Stop by the Ghost Town Treat Stops, grab a bag, and start ringing doorbells. You might even run into a few scary ghosts. Then have some fun at the Spooky Hallow Maze and make your way through the hay to avoid the headless horseman. He’s scary, but not reaaaally that spooky!

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19 Comments

  1. Our Family World
    September 17, 2017 / 3:23 pm

    So much fun activities to enjoy with the family. I wish California was just a short drive away. 🙁

  2. September 17, 2017 / 4:14 pm

    I don’t celebrate Halloween and no longer have kids at home. BUT …these events look great and would be a lot of fun! They’re definitely more appealing than just sending the kids out trick or treating, or to some of the really creepy/nasty events some places offer. I especially like the Disney and Spooky Farm events!

  3. September 17, 2017 / 4:20 pm

    My girls love Halloween as much as mom and pop, I love the festivities, it looks so fun and the colors are great!! My daughter got a kick out of this post.

  4. white
    September 18, 2017 / 6:16 am

    amazing at the same time helpful for those who will prepare foe the halloween. Surely, there are many kids looking forward on this