Orlando’s best neighborhoods for trick-or-treating 2022
Halloween 2022 is just days away and that means it’s almost time to collect your treats! Toyota of Orlando is here with a quick guide on the best neighborhoods for trick-or-treating in Orlando this year – read on, and don’t forget to stay safe this spooky season whether you’re in the car or on foot.
7 of the best Orlando neighborhoods for trick-or-treating
#1: Baldwin Park: This picturesque neighborhood is located just 5 miles east of downtown Orlando and has been ranked one of the top 20 neighborhoods for trick-or-treating in the entire country. Hit New Broad Street for incredible Halloween displays and decorations, and be on the lookout – many residents rent food and treat trucks to hand out goodies.
#2: Laureate Park: Laureate Park is in Lake Nona and is a large area filled with townhouses, cottages, and multi-story homes. There are well-lit sidewalks to traverse and tons of candy to collect, and when you’re done you can head to Boxi Park for dinner from one of their incredible outdoor counter serve options like Cañonita, Claw and Order, Fowl Play, and more.
#3: Old Town in Kissimmee: Old Town Kissimmee isn’t technically a neighborhood, but it IS hosting an incredible Halloween event with trick-or-treating. Candy stations are set up on every single block and a lot of store and restaurant merchants hand out candy, too. Thriller dancers will be performing in the streets and there’s a costume contest taking place at 7 pm. The event takes place from 5-9 pm, and trick-or-treating is happening from 5-7 pm!
#4: Tuskawilla: If you’re located in east Orlando and looking for something a little closer to home, head to Tuskawilla! It’s a large, well-lit area with safe sidewalks for trick-or-treating and tons of spooky decorations. The area is primarily populated by families, so it’s a great place to collect candy with the kids.
#5: Winter Garden: There are several neighborhoods around Winter Garden where you can collect candy (Belle Meade, Black Lake Preserve, Hickory Hammock), which is perfect because when you’re done, you can head to downtown Winter Garden for the Winter Garden Halloween Experience. You can grab dinner at one of the delicious local restaurants and then experience a Halloween light show, live music, and spooky street performers.
#6: Dr. Phillips: Dr. Phillips has a ton of families living in it, which makes it a great spot for trick-or-treating near the attractions. If you’re in town for the holiday and visiting the attractions, grab your costumes and head to this area to get in some candy collection. While you’re in the area, check out FunSpot’s HUGE Halloween event – there’s free trick-or-treating from 4-6 pm!
#7: Winter Park: Winter Park is a beautiful area to wander, with its gas lamps and cobblestone streets, and its aesthetic lends even more ambiance at Halloween. Trick-or-treat in the surrounding neighborhoods, and then hit Park Avenue for a nice dinner to finish out the evening.
Happy Haunting from Toyota of Orlando
From our Toyota of Orlando family to yours, HAPPY HALLOWEEN and stay safe out there!