Halloween 2013 Trick or Treating in Pensacola, Florida just got a little easier! Here is a list of “Best” trick or treating neighborhoods, where the Real Estate is all decked out for the Spooktacular night, and the goodies are deemed by many to be the best around! And, of course nowadays, the beggars arrive in style via a myriad of special chariots!
Back when I went trick or treating, we always walked around our neighborhood or nearby neighborhoods to snag the choice morsels that we craved on Halloween night.
Nowadays, it is not unusual to see kids “bused” or “driven” into the “prime” neighborhood haunts where the best candies and treats are handed out. From the golf cart, to cars, to pick up trucks with decorated trailer beds, there is no end to “how” the little goblins are carted from place to place to scare up the treats that please.
Some of the Best Neighborhoods are listed here to give you a head start on a blue print you may want to map out for your excursion on Halloween 2013!
Halloween in Pensacola, Florida is celebrated throughout the various suburbs. For instance, in the 8 mile Road, Beulah area vicinity Creekwood Subdivision is a popular spot, as is the Milestone Subdivision in Cantonment around Pine Forest Road and Nine Mile Road.
There are several subdivisions in Pace, Florida that are crowded with beggars. One is Hammersmith Subdivision off of Berryhill Road, and another is Woodbine Springs Plantation Subdivision off of Woodbine Road.
Heading to Gulf Breeze, Florida, be sure to hit the Sand Piper Village Subdivision or the Grand Point East Subdivision. Both of these neighborhoods see a multitude of children sweeping through on All Hallows Eve!
If Milton, Florida is your destination of choice, check out the Tanglewood Golf and Country Club Subdivision, Cottonwood Subdivision or Whispering Woods Subdivision.
On the West side of Pensacola, be sure to visit Emerald Shores Subdivision and the Estates of Emerald Shores Subdivision and on the North end of Pensacola, in addition to Milestone, there is Bristol Park, Glenmoor Trail and Nature Trail.
A few nice neighborhoods near the University of West Florida come to mind, as well. Off of Scenic Highway, there is the River Gardens Subdivision, Macky Bluffs Subdivision, Hearthstone Subdivision and the Heritage Oaks Subdivision.
It is always advantageous to visit larger Pensacola, Florida Neighborhoods with bigger Real Estate! See related Halloween blog here or Halloween event blog here. Get some related decorating ideas for fall here.
Celebrating Halloween is sure to create memories to last a lifetime!
Just make sure to be safe. Stay in groups and travel with an adult. Adults, please remember to enjoy the festivities, but don’t partake of any alcoholic beverages if you are driving children around for the event! Drive cautiously! Remember to watch carefully for the little spooks that will be dashing from house to house. They are likely to be more focused on getting that next handful of candy and will not be focusing on the car coming up the road. Only visit houses of those people you know or where there are lights on indicating trick or treaters are welcome.
Do not let your children eat any of their candy until you have visually checked it to make sure all wrappers are intact, and for an added safety measure have your child’s candy x-rayed at a local hospital.
Happy Halloween to all ghosts and goblins!