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Top Neighborhoods to Trick-or-Treat in OKC   


Top Neighborhoods to Trick-or-Treat in OKC

Sarah Bytyqi

Sarah is a Texas born, Oklahoma City-based real estate broker. She is the owner and founder of Verbode...

Sarah is a Texas born, Oklahoma City-based real estate broker. She is the owner and founder of Verbode...

Oct 28 3 minutes read

Are you looking for a great trick-or-treat spot? 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. Don’t worry this year, we have put together a list of neighborhoods that do Halloween right!

This year the official night is Saturday the 31st! Remember street safety rules, and be sure to check your local/state ordinances as well as public health officials in light of COVID-19.

Carey Place

Great for anyone wanting to walk only one street this Halloween. A stunning row of Mediterranean-style homes, Carey place offers a short jaunt with the most return for your time.


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.


A Neighborhood filled with families who love the holiday spirit, Shepherd gives you the opportunity to grab candy and then maybe some dinner nearby.


With two long and wide boulevards that actually intersect, Miller is perfect for social-distancing groups. It has plenty of street parking and space to take breaks.

Linwood Place

A festive Neighborhood with one of the best boulevards in the city. 19th Street is well known for its easy pickings for great candy. Also a great place for social-distancing groups.

Putnam Heights

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

Heritage Hills

A Neighborhood that 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. It is said that some homes leave candy even if no one is home.

Crown Heights/Edgemere Park

Long sloping streets and plenty of festive families, Crown Heights/Edgemere Park boasts some of the best trick or treating in the city. If you start early, you might not be able to carry all the candy.

Mesta Park

A short walk down any Mesta Park street and you will realize this neighborhood loves Halloween. It also shows when you finish the evening with an amazing assortment of candy!

Nichols Hills

For the serious trick-or-treaters looking for a large number of homes, Nichols Hills is the place. This vast neighborhood has streets and streets of Halloween-spirited homes!

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