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Recommended Trick O’ Treating Locations On Maui

Central Maui – Any of the new neighborhoods just off the Honoapiilani Hwy in Waikapu should set the scene for a fun, safe Halloween night. There are also always fun activities, trick o’ treating and a costume contest at the Maui Mall. Click on link to find up to date day and time.

Haiku– Not many paved neighborhoods in this neck of the jungle but Haiku School does a fun Trunk or Treat night with decorated cars and best costume contests on Saturday 24th starting at 5:30pm. (See more details on the Events calendar ).

Kihei – The Hale Piilani neighborhood just off the Piilani highway down Kaiwahine Street is a fun area to go door to door. So too is the Kaonoulu Estates. Alulike street should have a haunted house or two.

Kula – This is a great trick o’ treat alternative thanks to Haleakala Waldorf School. No scary costumes or candy just a beautiful and enchanting experience. Check out www.waldorfmaui.org to find out if they are doing it this year. They are not doing it this year 2015.

Lahaina – Hawaiian Homes by the civic center is a great safe fun neighborhood and the Lahaina Cannery mall  also hosts a fun trick o’ treating event with face painting, crafts and keiki costume contest between 5pm and 8:30 pm. And don’t forget the Annual Keiki Halloween Costume Parade on front Street at 4:30pm.

Makawao – Makawao Ranch Acres trumps Up Country with a haunted house up Auoli Drive, but the haunted house may be too intense for little ones.

North Shore – Waipua Street in Spreckelsville goes to town with light shows, grottos and crazy costumes. Skill village above the sugar mill on Baldwin also lights up and has fun with the Hallows Eve festivities.

West Side – Kahana Ridge neighborhood and Kaanapali Hillside should be pulling out all the stops! Also in the past the Hyatt Regency Maui Resort has had a fun filled spooky Haunted House with lots of treats and surprises,  a small donation is requested with proceeds going to Maui Charity Walk.

Trick o treat on West Maui

 

Image Credit: Jenette Jolls, Jen Matthews Alexander

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