Not every house gets into it, but plenty do and it's a good time. Streets between 1st and 3rd through Park and Redondo.
1st & 2nd Streets between Redondo and Junipero. Wide streets, lots of light, and fun crowds.
Anywhere around Wardlow & California Ave
Lots of good spots here, any neighborhood off Atlantic from Bixby to San Antonio.
Virginia Country Club
Most of the spots around Los Cerritos park get in the Halloween spirit.
It's hit or miss throughout Los Altos, but you can definitely find pockets of houses ready to go. Marita Street is a local fave.
The neighborhood South of Heartwell Golf Course is always solid.
A newcomer to the list as one of the fastest-growing neighborhoods for young families in Long Beach, Around Hill and Golden we saw a decent amount of trick-or-treaters last year.
183rd & Palo Verde
Not sure what this neighborhood is called, to be honest, I generally call it "almost Cerritos." Nonetheless, it's a nice trick-or-treat spot.
The legit suburbia of the Long Beach area. Lots of mini haunted house setups and good times all around.
El Dorado Park Estates
Aka Rancho Estates, the areas around Wardlow and Studebaker are hoppin' come Halloween nightl
Belmont Shore & Naples
Down on the Naples peninsula as well as the area they call Belmont Park (between 2nd and Appian Way) you'll have some good trick-or-treating in store for you.