Want to know exactly where your ghouls and goblins can trick-or-treat in your Portland neighborhood? The Nextdoor Treat Map just made your haunting around the block a lot easier. No more second guessing where to go or who is giving out treats. You can see exactly which neighbors are ready to greet you with a bowl of goodies.
Before we dive into the new treat map, let me tell you about a few fall activities your family will love. To get into the fall spirit, don’t miss out on Portland pumpkin patches. There really is no better way to make fond fall memories and spend a fun-filled fall day with you loved ones.
If you’re looking for a spooky outing, visit a haunted house or maze. Your little ones can have a not-so-spooky Halloween adventure, here’s a list of family-friendly Halloween events.
Alright back to the awesome treat map you can access for your local neighborhood. For events throughout town, here’s a roundup for Trick-or-Treat events in and around Portland.
Nextdoor Treat Map
The Halloween Treat Map displays a map of your neighborhood with icons stating what surprises each house has in store:
- Candy bowl icon = Giving out treats
- House icon = Halloween decor viewable from outside the house
- Dog icon = Handing out candy for kids and treats for dogs
View the participating homes in your neighbor on the Nextdoor Treat Map. Do you have a yard adorned with Halloween decorations? Make sure your neighbors know by placing an icon on your address.
Thanks to technology, you get to take the trick out of the treat this year. Happy haunting! For more information about this year’s Halloween Treat Map, visit Nextdoor’s website.
If you’re looking for more candy activities, view my roundup of local trick-or-treat events.
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Does anyone know of a neighborhood around Oregon City or anywhere nearby that does earlier trick or treating for younger kids?