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Safety-oriented trick-or-treating events in San Diego

Posted: 2:39 PM, Oct 31, 2018
Updated: 2018-10-31 21:39:19Z

SAN DIEGO (KGTV) — In lieu of going door-to-door throughout the neighborhood, some parents will instead take their kids to a one-stop shop for candy and safety.

On Halloween, multiple places will be running family-friendly, safety-oriented events to give parents the ability to take the kids trick-or-treating with peace of mind.

So on Halloween night, consider these events for some spooky — and safe — fun!

Alpine Harvest Festival  — Alpine Christian Fellowship

  • Bring the kids to Alpine Christian Fellowship for trunk or treating, live music, games and rides, and more!

Pillage the Village in La Jolla  — La Jolla Village

  • Participating La Jolla Village businesses have the goods! Visit them on Halloween dressed in your scariest costume for some trick-or-treating!

Halloween Trunk or Treat — Downtown El Cajon

  • Head to Main Street for some trunk or treating, food, and fun for the whole family!

Haunted Station — San Diego Police Southeastern Division (7222 Skyline Drive)

  • Head over to the San Diego Police southeastern division headquarters for their annual "haunted station" event.

Trick-or-treating — Pathways Community Church

  • Take the kids trick-or-treating through the doors on the church's campus, and enjoy some popcorn and kid-friendly Halloween movies.

Trick-or-treating — Las Americas Premium Outlets

  • Visit the La Americas outlets for some free trick-or-treating and get a free trick-or-treating bag!

Encinitas safe trick-or-treating — (Encinitas Blvd to K Street)

  • Trick-or-treaters can visit "Pumpkin Lane" as local businesses stay up late to welcome trick-or-treaters to Highway 101.

Owl-O-Ween — The Living Coast Discovery Center

  • Explore Sweetwater Marsh for a night of trick-or-treating stations, fun crafts, and giveaways!

Trick-or-treating Around the Center — Grossmont Center

  • Dawn your best Halloween costume and trick-or-treat around stores and restaurants in Grossmont Center. Don't miss the Ms. Smarty-Plants show to learn about creepy crawlies!