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Where Should You Be Trick-Or-Treating This Year?

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Where should you be trick-or-treating this year?

Whether or not you want to score the biggest candy bars or see the spookiest houses while still staying in safe areas, we’ve got you covered!

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Lehi

According to the U.S Census Bureau 39% of Lehi’s population is under the age of 15, meaning more trick-or-treaters, and more candy!

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Orem

Known as one of the safest cities in the country Orem is located in central Utah. In addition to being a safe place for young ghosts and goblins Orem has a corn maze and light alley called Pumpkinland, which is also a pumpkin patch.

Draper

The area around the LDS Temple is known for handing out the most candy! You will be sure to get your sugar high from these castle homes with your little prince or princess.

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Millcreek & Bountiful

Olympus Cove and The Bountiful Bench will probably give you the biggest candy bars around Utah!



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