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Top 10 neighborhoods for trick-or-treating

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If you have kids, or if you behave like one yourself on Halloween, you’re always eager to find great places to trick-or-treat.  Communities in Texas are famous for their Halloween spirit, and here are ten Halloween hotspots that will not disappoint you or your sweet tooth.

Country Place in Carrollton: A Texas oasis north of Dallas, Country Place is a great place to escape the hustle and bustle of the city on Halloween.

Swiss Avenue in Dallas: A Dallas tradition, the decorations you’ll enjoy will be a bonus to the candy you collect.

Belterra in Austin: Located between Downtown Austin and Dripping Springs in the pristine Texas hill country, Belterra is a community that is family-friendly.

Shady Oaks in San Antonio: Named for the lofty old oaks that shade its streets and homes, Shady Oaks was founded in 1950 and has a tradition of being one of San Antonio’s Halloween hotspots.

Deerfield in San Antonio: Established in the mid-1980s, Deerfield is a great neighborhood for family fun on Halloween.

Stonefield in San Antonio: A hilly subdivision with a lot of trees, Stonefield is a well-established neighborhood.  Located within minutes of shopping and dining options, you’ll feel quietly nestled away while your kids hunt for candy.

Graff Family Farm in Hondo, Texas: Trick-or-treat in the Graff family’s 7-acre labyrinth of twists, turns, and dead ends.  Trick-or-treat weekends are October 15-16, 22-23, and 29-30 this year.  Children 10 and under in full costume can trick or treat within the maze.

Pebble Creek in College Station: This community features an 18-hole championship golf course nestled between quiet Texas woodlands and tall oaks. Perfect for trick-or-treating.

Downtown New Braunfels: Enjoy the Downtown Halloween Spooktacular.  A costume contest, a complimentary picture, and face painting are all part of the festivities.  Held on Halloween from 3pm – 6pm.  Admission is free.

Trick or Treat on the Square in Wimberley: Bring the kids to the Wimberley Square for safe and fun trick-or-treating from 4:30pm – 7pm on Halloween.

There’s no better place to spend Halloween than in a Texas community.  If you’re looking for a permanent place to call home, some of the best land in Texas is available and affordable.  Texas Homesites can help make building your dream home in Texas a reality.  Find us on Facebook and Twitter today for more information about land for sale in Texas.


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