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Best Neighborhoods for Trick-or-Treating in Miami

Family Halloween
Happy October everyone!
Halloween is near and although some may think its only one day its a season to enjoy! We wanted to talk about the best neighborhoods to take your little monsters. So which are the safest spots? The most scenic? And where can you find the best candy? We looked at traffic & local attractions to give you the list of Miami's best neighborhoods for trick-or-treating.
We also added our Open Houses this weekend which we will have treats for you or maybe a trick or two!
Have a Safe & Spook-tacular Season,
Paola M. Garcia-Carrillo
Real Estate Broker | CEO

1) Coral Gables - Halloween on the Mile & 405 Haunted House
Coral Gables is known for its tree-lined byways and stately mansions. It’s home to two of the nation’s most expensive streets, according to Zillow, so this is a must-visit spot when full-sized candy bars are on the wish list. If wandering past Mediterranean-style houses gets boring, families can move on to Miracle Mile to enjoy the neighborhood block party and trick-or-treat past an ample selection of shops. The Coral Gables trolley, which runs free of charge, is also an easy way to explore the neighborhood and hit all the major landmarks.

2) Pinecrest - Track or Treat Halloween & ´╗┐Howl-O-Ween
Formerly a section of farmland filled with mango groves, the Village of Pinecrest is now ranked among Miami’s top neighborhoods for families thanks to its many excellent schools. The area is sure to be a lively scene on Halloween as local kids go door-to-door or gather for festivities at community beacons such as Pinecrest Gardens the local branch of the public library. If you're looking for a wholesome, safe place to do some light trick or treating; Pinecrest never disappoints.
A local Pinecrest tradition, Track or Treat, is held at Evelyn Geer Park. With free entrance and free shuttle service, get your goblins & ghouls out there for some delicious treats from local Pinecrest businesses.
Come enjoy trick or treating and spooky surprises in a safe and friendly environment. The Parks and Recreation Department, along with local businesses, will be handing out treats for everyone. There will be bounce houses, costume contests, a haunted house, and music. All ghosts, goblins, witches and friends are invited. Children must be accompanied by an adult and bring their own bag for collecting candy.
Don't forget Howl-O-Ween this Sunday, October 27, 2019 from 12:00 noon to 5:00 p.m.Tickets: $5 (Children under 2 years, free) Pinecrest members enter the festival free of charge.Pinecrest Gardens will become haunted by four-legged ghouls and their scary human companions as Paws-4-You celebrates Howl-O-Ween. The event features tricks and treats, a costume contest, a Doggie Fun Zone Agility course, food, drinks, live entertainment, a spooky Kids’ Zone and pumpkin patch.
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3) Key Biscayne - Monster Splash

Key Biscayne is the only neighborhood on this list with an entry fee, namely the toll on the Rickenbacker Causeway, and it is totally worth it. A stroll through these streets gives Halloween a Key West vibe — like going to Fantasy Fest, but without the hordes of half-naked senior citizens. The ocean backdrop also makes for some pretty epic costume photos. Look, you're raising your kids in one of the few places in the nation where they can trick-or-treat by the beach. Take advantage.
Don't forget Monster Splash at the Miami Seaquarium, it will be taken over by ghosts and goblins when the popular Monster Splash Halloween Bash returns Friday – Sunday October 25, 26 & 27.

4) South Miami- Safe Streets Halloween

This intimate neighborhood includes about 2.3 square miles of impressive homes as well as a growing and equally compact downtown area, so kids can choose to hit up individual residences or local businesses to get that sugar. Trick-or-treaters are also invited to check out the City of South Miami’s Safe Streets Halloween, a street fair that offers free candy and activities and runs along Sunset Drive from Red Road to South Dixie Highway.

5) Coconut Grove - Pumpkin Patch Festival
One of Miami’s oldest and pedestrian-friendliest neighborhoods, Coconut Grove is a vibrant enclave featuring quaint streets lined with tightly packed homes and communities. The area also offers a number of shopping and entertainment options, all within walking distance of one another. You can ring door bells that are older than you and then continue the celebration at CocoWalk for a truly versatile Halloween experience. But beware: Families should watch the clock to avoid the crowd of college kids and rowdy adults that rises as night falls.
The Coconut Grove Pumpkin Patch Festival will be held this weekend at Peacock Park! So much wonderFALL fun for the whole family!
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