How are you going to celebrate Halloween? With the spookiest holiday of the season just around the corner, it is the best time to start looking for Conejo Valley local events that people of all ages will enjoy. Don’t miss out on these Halloween events to help celebrate the holiday.
Head out with the whole family on Saturday, October 24th for the Halloween Haunted Trail, Costume Contest, and Trick or Treat Street! The Thousand Oaks Community Center is the perfect place for young children to safely enjoy the holiday a couple days early. The Haunted Trail is a short hike that is perfect for even the smallest ghouls and goblins. There is a hayride that will return hikers to the start of the trail that opens at 7 p.m. and runs through 9 p.m. Make sure to wear your costume to take part in the costume contest for your chance to win a fantastic prize! The annual Trick or Treat street is open once again for a safe place for everyone to go around and collect candy from Halloween themed houses.
If you are looking for a scarier way to celebrate the holiday, then do not miss out on Reign of Terror in Thousand Oaks. As one of the top haunted attractions in all of Southern California, you have the opportunity to make your way through the 15,000 square foot display that holds 6 different attractions, including The Haunted House, Blood Manor, The Asylum, Quarantine, Funhouse, and Miner’s Revenge.
All of us at Enhanced Landscape Management in Thousand Oaks, California would like to invite you out to take part in these Halloween events in the local community!