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The Safest Neighborhoods For Trick-Or-Treating in Palm Beach County

by | Last updated Oct 28, 2021 | Community Contribution, News

Where to Have a Safe Halloween Weekend in Palm Beach County

As one of Florida’s most beautiful counties, Palm Beach is a wonderful place for families to celebrate the holidays.

At Shiner Law Group, we are determined to help keep all children safe from harm- whether that be injury or illness. No matter what your plans are for this Halloween, we have some suggestions for safe and fun locations to take your kids.

Where to Have a Safe Halloween Weekend in Palm Beach County

Three Safest Neighborhoods for Trick-or-Treating in Palm Beach County

1. Boca Raton

Boca Raton, in far south Palm Beach County, is one of the ritziest communities not just in Florida, but in all of America. But don’t let the glitz of the area throw you off, as this town is also home to some of the safest neighborhoods in South Florida, which makes Boca a great community to take your kids trick-or-treating.

2. The Hamptons at Boca Raton

The Hamptons at Boca Raton is an unincorporated community just to the south of the city of Boca Raton. This is a more middle-class area of south Palm Beach County, and it is filled with families who take pride in their communities, thus making the area a great place to take your kids trick-or-treating.

3. Wellington

Wellington’s motto is “A Great Hometown…Let Us Show You!” And once you have seen it, you will realize that the motto is dead on. Wellington, in western Palm Beach County, is made of mostly middle-income families with safe neighborhoods. Wellington is one of the ideal communities to take your kids trick-or-treating.

Outdoor Halloween Events in Palm Beach County

With the risk of transmission of COVID-19 still a caution for this Halloween weekend, many parents are considering skipping the traditional trick-or-treating in favor of more socially distanced activities. As long as you properly wear a mask and keep a safe distance from others, some fun events that could still keep your family COVID-free include outdoor pumpkin patches, corn mazes, and more!

Here are some outdoor events taking place this Halloween weekend your family might enjoy:

Bedner’s Fall Festival

What: Bedner’s Farm Fresh Market has pumpkin patches, corn mazes, sunflower fields, tractor rides, food, and more!
Where: 1066 Lee Road, Boynton Beach
When: Monday through Saturday, 9am-6pm. Sunday, 9am-5pm.
Fee: $22/Person (free for kids age 2 and younger)

Spookyville at Yesteryear Village

What: Entertainment, food trucks, kids’ games, and more, good for kids under 10.
Where: Yesteryear Village at the South Florida Fairgrounds
When: Friday, 5pm-9pm. Saturday and Sunday, 11am-6pm.
Fee: $10/Person (free for kids age 2 and younger)

Pumpkin Patch at Community of Hope Church

What: Cute pumpkin patch with photo opportunities, fresh baked treats and really nice pumpkins. All proceeds go to their student ministry.
Where: 14055 Okeechobee Blvd., Loxahatchee, FL 33470
When: 9:30am-8:30pm, Everyday
Fee: No Entry Fee

Boca Pumpkin Patch Festival

What: Fun for the whole family- there’s something for everyone. Food, drinks, cornstalk mazes and more!
Where: Mizner Park Amphitheater, 590 Plaza Real, Boca Raton, FL 33432
When: 10am-6pm, October 30-31.
Fee: $25/Person (free for kids age 2 and younger)

Pumpkin Patch at St. Peter’s United Methodist Church

What: Pumpkin patch with Wellington’s only pumpkin house, photo spots, and homemade pumpkin bread.
Where: 12200 Forest Hill Blvd., Wellington, FL 33414
When: Monday through Saturday, 9am-8pm. Sunday, 12pm-8pm.
Fee: No Entry Fee

Pumpkin Towne

What: Cute pumpkin patches in numerous locations with photo opportunities for the family.
Where: Jupiter, Stuart, and Wellington
When: 9am-9pm, Everyday
Fee: No Entry Fee

Mr. Jack O’ Lanterns Pumpkin Patch

What: Pumpkin patch with a variety of entertainment such as bounce houses and pumpkin bowling.
Where: 419 Lakeview Ave., West Palm Beach, FL 33401
When: Friday and Saturday, 10am-9pm. Sunday, 10am-8pm.
Fee: No Entry Fee

Pumpkin Patch at Trinity Christian School

What: A cute pumpkin patch that also sells baked goods, all proceeds support the school.
Where: The back lawn at 9625 N. Military Trail, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410
When: 9am-8pm, Saturday and Sunday
Fee: No Entry Fee

If your child has been injured in an accident or even by a Halloween costume, contact our personal injury attorneys for a FREE Case Evaluation. We’re local and available 24/7. Call 561-777-7700 for more information.