It can be hard to find the perfect family-friendly events to take the kids to. We've gathered the best event for each of the four counties that will allow you or your little ones to get dressed up in costumes, indulge in face painting, get spooked and more for this year's Halloween season.
SAFETYVILLE HALLOWEEN HAUNT
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29
11 A.M.–4 P.M.
Visit the Safetyville Pumpkin Patch during the month of October, and return for the Safetyville Halloween Haunt the Saturday before Halloween. This annual event will offer a magic show with Trevor Wyatt, a harvest maze, face painting, family games, raffles, live entertainment, and more. Admission costs just $5 per person (ages 3 and over)!
AUBURN COMMUNITY FESTIVAL
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15
10 A.M.–4 P.M.
Don't miss the 20th annual Auburn Community Festival offering a full day of fun for the family, including a giant pumpkin contest, a scarecrow contest, a costume contest, a parade, live music, vendors, and more! This all-day event at Recreation Park in Auburn is completely free and open to the public.
EL DORADO HALLOWEEN CARNIVAL AND PUMPKIN PATCH
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22
Enter the enchanted land at Cameron Park Lake for the annual El Dorado Halloween Carnival and Pumpkin Patch, where you'll play old-fashioned carnival games, make Halloween crafts, and enjoy delicious food and refreshments. Show off your costume in the costume contest and get lost in the pumpkin patch. Admission is free!
DOWNTOWN DAVIS TREAT TRAIL
MONDAY, OCTOBER 31
The Downtown Davis Treat Trail is a community tradition that has attracted families for many years. Your little goblins and princesses can trick-or-treat at local businesses in downtown Davis, making this a fun, festive and safe experience for the whole family.