We have your Halloween Weekend covered!
With Halloween just around the corner, there are so many delightfully frightful activities to enjoy and get the most out of the fall. So we decided to help you by selecting our favorite spooky activities in and around San Diego for your Halloween weekend!
Here are our top 7 spooky Halloween Weekend plans!
There are a few candlelight concerts celebrating the season throughout some of San Diego’s most beautiful venues. On October 27, you can catch your favorite spooky classics at The Natural History Museum at 6:15 pm and 8:30 pm. Then, from October 28 to 30, there’s a stunning open-air concert playing Halloween classics at Mt. Helix under the gentle glow of candlelight at 8 pm.
This pumpkin farm is an Autumnal wonderland! Live Oak Canyon Pumpkin Farm is the place to go to get the most out of the season’s activities. They have an excellent selection of bountiful pumpkins perfect for fall decorations. They have fantastic rides, a petting zoo, and deliciously cozy food and drinks!
Location: 32335 Live Oak Canyon Rd, Redlands, CA 92373
On Saturday, October 29, prepare for a frightful evening at Hillcrest’s Halloween dance party and costume competition! The haunted night will take place at the Pride Flag Plaza at Normal and University on Saturday from 5-11 pm! Be sure to dress to the scary nines because the costume competition has over $2,000 in prizes. There will also be an amazing dance party, along with other surprises.
Location: 1601 University Ave., San Diego, California, 92103
You have until Halloween Day to venture through the Haunted Trail in Balboa Park. The ordinarily idyllic Balboa park has been completely transformed into a terrifying and thrilling mile-long trail. This attraction is not for the faint of heart or children under 10.
Location: Balboa Dr & Juniper Rd., San Diego, CA 92103
This Halloween, you can pick up a delicous PSL in an actual pumpkin! S3 Coffee Bar is bringing back its iconic treat, which in our eyes, is the ultimate fall drink.
Location: 6225 Mission Gorge Rd, San Diego, CA 92120
6. Thunder Spring Trail Loop
There’s nothing like a beautiful SoCal hike in the fall to get you in the seasonal mood. This heavily wooded hike down Thunder Ridge has a fantastic view of magnificent black oaks. This hike is located in Palomar Mountain State Park. At just 62 miles from San Diego, it’s the perfect day trip.
Location: Camp Palomar, 34798 Doane Valley Rd, Palomar Mountain, CA 92060
The Westfield Plaza Bonita has a vibrant array of events to celebrate Día de Los Muertos on Saturday, October 29, from 1–5 pm. This family-friendly event for an afternoon of traditional celebrations featuring festive décor, lively performances from a Mariachi Band, Folklorico dancers, and Aztec dancers, meet and greets with Pixar’s Coco characters, face painting, a speech from Mayor Sotelo-Solis, and more.
Location: 3030 Plaza Bonita Rd Ste 2075, National City, CA 91950