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Looking for a great trick-or-treat spot?

Are you looking for the perfect neighborhood to trick-or-treat? Does your neighborhood seem to lack a good selection of candy? In the Urban Core of OKC, it has become a tradition to attend Halloween night in a neighborhood that may not be your own. Here's our list of go-to Urban Core neighborhoods to stop by on Halloween night.


Best Neighborhoods to Trick or Treat in OKC's Urban Core

Team at Verbode
Oct 28 3 minutes read

Heritage Hills

This neighborhood has several areas of low and high traffic. Depending on your group size and the age of your trick-or-treaters, you can pick your spot. With plenty of streets to wander, Heritage Hills is always guaranteed to be a great go-to neighborhood on Halloween night.

Nichols Hills

For the serious trick-or-treaters looking for a large number of homes, Nichols Hills is the place. This luxurious neighborhood has streets and streets of Halloween-spirited homes! Who knows, maybe you could score some full sized candy bars.

Mesta Park

A short walk down any Mesta Park street and you will realize this neighborhood loves Halloween. Usually packed with Trick-or-Treaters, Mesta Park is a great neighborhood to score loads of halloween goodies.

Crown Heights

Long sloping streets and plenty of festive families, Crown Heights boasts some of the best trick-or-treating in the Urban Core. Make sure to get there early and bring extra trick-or-treat buckets for hauling all of your candy!

Putnam Heights

Putnam Heights is a neighborhood that, in some sections, has large estates. Putnam Heights is quiet and traffic is at a minimum. This is a great for younger trick-or-treaters.


Gatewood is a beloved historic neighborhood bordered between Uptown 23rd District and the Plaza District. It's home to Gatewood Elementary School as well as Classen SAS Middle School, making it the perfect family friendly trick-or-treat neighborhood.

Linwood Place

Linwood Place is a festive Neighborhood with one of the best boulevards in the city. 19th Street is well known for its easy pickings for great candy! This neighborhood is easy to get to from all areas of OKC since it runs parallel to I-44.


Any neighborhood with a school at its entrance is destined to have homes with kid friendly candy. Cleveland is a smaller neighborhood with simple streets to follow and is home to Cleveland Elementary School and Northwest Classen High School.


With two long and wide boulevards that actually intersect, Miller is perfect for going door to door trick-or-treating. This neighborhood has beautiful tree-lined streets, plenty of street parking and friendly neighbors.

Douglas Place

Douglas Place is a great trick-or-treating spot. With friendly neighbors, a charming park and walkability to the Western Avenue District, you could start trick-or-treating in this neighborhood, and end your trick-or-treating journey in Crown Heights - two perfect trick-or-treating spots in one evening! 

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