Family & Pets
These Halloween events recognize that pets are part of the family too. With small dog races, costume contests, and special prizes, these Halloween celebrations are the perfect fit for you and your pet.
You can learn to carve a pumpkin, get lost in a straw maze and feed live farm animals among other activities available at some of the best pumpkin patches in Los Angeles.
This fall, there are lots of free activities to offer entertainment and even learning experiences for the entire family.
Although most haunted houses are geared toward older children and young adults, there are some fun ones that welcome the entire family. Read more about these carefully crafted, kid-friendly haunted houses.
Ensure your high school dance goes off without a hitch with the proper planning throughout LA.
Trick-or-treat in these awesome Orange County neighborhoods.
In time for Halloween, pumpkin patches spring up all about the county, boasting bouncy houses, pony rides and the best gourds this side of Plymouth.
This year, let kids enjoy the creepier side of the holiday without giving them nightmares. Orange County brings you kid-friendly Halloween haunts this season that’ll be perfect for the whole costumed family.
Here are a few popular areas in LA to consider visiting on Halloween that promise an enjoyable and safer trick-or-treating experience.
Within under a two-hour drive from downtown Los Angeles in both Oak Glen and Yucaipa, visitors from the big city will find their way into the countryside and the chance to enjoy foraging for the best of the bunch to take home.
Read on for an all-inclusive guide to a day at the Orange County Zoo.
Going to the zoo in Los Angeles is a popular way for people to bond with each other without words while in the presence of animals.
Last fall, Jessica Blotter listed the best places to go apple picking in Orange County, and most of these top picks remain on the “best of” list for good reason.
A number of Tinseltown destinations are de rigueur, like the famous Hollywood Sign, the iconic forecourt of the Chinese Theater and a number of LA landmarks in between.
Orange County is decorated by parkland and natural preserves, much of which is accessible and brimming with dog-welcoming trails.