Trick or Treat: Your Guide for Redwood City

Whether you plan to go trick or treating with the kiddos, or just want to explore and see festive decorations, we’ve got you covered. Here are some attractions in Redwood City to check out on All Hallow’s Eve.

The Turnsworth Cemetery
Check out the spooky Halloween decorations at the corner of Whipple and Turnsworth Ave. 

Trick or Treating on Hampton Ave.
Head on over to Hampton Ave. (in between Kentucky and Connecticut) for some of the best trick or treating in town. Woodside Plaza and Mt. Carmel are both family friendly and have flat, walkable streets perfect for trick or treating too.

Teal Pumpkin Project
Join the Teal Pumpkin Project to raise awareness for food allergies and include all trick-or-treaters. To support the effort, you can provide non-food treats like stickers or toys and place a teal pumpkin outside your house.  

Emerald Hills Railway
Catch a free train ride on the Emerald Hills Railway on Colton Ct. in Redwood City. The train will be running from 5:00pm - 9:00pm on Oct. 31 (weather permitting).

Know of a great place or street that goes all out for Halloween in Redwood City? We’d love to hear about it! Let us know in the comments below.