Sonoma County Kids 2017 Halloween Guide

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Halloween in Sonoma County!


Looking for the local hot spot to spend Halloween day or night with your kids?

Our county has had a very rough few weeks and could use a day or night of fun and laughter. We hope this list of events will be of joy for the whole family. There are many places in Sonoma County where you can find lots of fun Halloween spirit. Below are a few that we know of. If we have missed one, please let us know.


Happy Halloween Everyone!




City Hall-oween. Tuesday, October 31, 2017.  1:30-5:30pm. Free! Start your trick or treating off by stopping by City Hall-oween! From 1:30-5:30pm, visit the different departments for a special treat and to show off your costumes!  Address : City Hall, 201 West Sierra Avenue. City of Cotati.





Downtown Petaluma's Trick or Treat Trail.

Tuesday October 31st, 2017. 3:00-5:00pm. Safe trick-or-treat with local merchants in downtown Petaluma. Join over 60 participating Downtown merchants for a fun and safe community Halloween for the entire family and


Bill Soberanes Halloween Festival and Trick-or-Treating.

Saturday October 28th, 2017. From 11am-1:00pm. At The Plaza North Shopping Center (259B N. McDowell Blvd.). Safe trick-or-treat with merchants in the shopping plaza. Free of Charge. Follow the balloon trial for your treats. Rain or shine.


22nd Annual Halloween Spooktacular. Tuesday, October 31 at 4 PM - 6 PM. Our 22nd Annual Halloween Spooktacular Event will take place on Tuesday, October 31st from 4pm to 6pm. Trick-or-treat bags and goodies will be given out to the first 200 children to visit Guest Services in suite 210. Also there will be a costume contest for kids 12 and under. Address: Petaluma Village Premium Outlets. 2200 Petaluma Blvd N, Petaluma, California 94952


D Street trick-or-treat.

Historic downtown Petaluma D Street is a district full of beautiful Victorian houses. The entire neighborhood gets into the Halloween spirit and people come from miles to trick-or-treat on this street. With roughly a mile of street to stroll, local trick-or-treaters delight in admiring the ghastly gravestones, witches, goblins and coffins adorning the houses in this kid- and dog-friendly neighborhood. The side streets are also great places to go. In 2014, this home on El Rose and B Streets had a "Satan High School Devils" theme.




Cavity Cove on D Street.

Pirate-themed house featuring elaborate decorations (photo below from 2014). See the Cavity Cove Facebook page for updates at This family collects donation for COTS every year.




Rohnert Park


Lots of families and houses close by each other, making it a great place to go and check it out with your little ones.


Holly Drive in the H Section.

There are several cool Halloween decorated homes/yards. Also the corner of Holly and Hazel Court always has an elaborate display.


Halloween Spooktacular At Fundemonium.

Sunday October 29th, 2017. From 1:00pm to 3:00pm Bring the whole family for some Halloween themed fun. Free healthy snacks. Free entry. Address: 579 Rohnert Park Expy W Expressway Center, Rohnert Park, CA 94928 Tel: (707) 800-4060


Blind Scream Haunted House.  Sunday, October 29 from 12:00 to 3pm, Blind Scream will turn one of their indoor Haunted Houses into a kid’s “fun house” with safe, non-scary Trick-or-Treating! All kids are welcome for this FREE event on Sunday at 1500 Valley House Drive in Rohnert Park.

Santa Rosa

McDonald Avenue in Santa Rosa.

This street draws a large crowd every year. The historic McDonald Mansion is on this street and the whole neighborhood participates in this Halloween celebration. The candy is top notch, but be warned: lines can get long! Many of the houses along McDonald Avenue were built in the 1800s and the homes’ age add an extra spooky vibe to Halloween festivities. The neighborhood is so spooky, in fact, that the popular horror movie “Scream” used the street for filming. The neighborhood is best for older trick-or-treaters as the ghastly celebration can be a little too intense for a younger crowd. Bring the family and join in the fun with the several thousand other trick-or-treaters along sprawling McDonald Avenue.



At Redwood Covenant Church. Saturday, October 28th. From 4:00 to 8:00 p.m. Also open from 2:30 to 3:30pm for those in our community with special needs. Fall Fun Fest has free games, rides, inflatables, entertainment and a lot of free candy for kids who might not be able to trick or treat in their own neighborhood this year. They also have concessions for sale at a minimal cost, everything else is free! Address: 3175 Sebastopol Rd., Santa Rosa.



Sunday, October 29th, 2017 From 10am – 2pm. The Funtazmagoria event is free with your museum admission or membership. Regular daily admission is $12/person. Don’t miss the annual celebration of all things creepy and fun! Spook-tacular activities will include a Pumpkin Plop, Mad Scientist Laboratory, Glow-in-the-Dark art, and more. Costumes encouraged for kids and grownups! Address: The Children’s Museum of Sonoma County 1835 W. Steele Lane. Santa Rosa, CA 95403



Armstrong Estates trick-or-treating.

(5th Street East, off Napa Street). The Armstrong Estates neighborhood is one of Sonoma county’s most well-visited trick-or-treat spots. The original Armstrong House was restored in 1996 and is now an historic landmark. Smack in the heart of wine country, parents and kids alike will enjoy trick-or-treating here as in addition to an abundance of candy, some residents have been known to offer complimentary wine tastings to parents who bring their own glass.




2nd Annual We Foundation Harvest Festival. Saturday, October 28th, at 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM. Please join us to celebrate the fall season and of course Halloween! There will be carnival games, haunted houses, food, music, and lots of fun for the whole family. Address: Windsor Town Green. Windsor, California 95492



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