Tustin provides for a variety of different types of fun during the spooky day of Halloween.
Toddlers, teenagers, parents, Tustin has something for all of them. For any age group, a visit to the Original Manassero Farms would be a great way to get into the spirit. Located on 17th St. and Newport Ave., Manassero is a wonderful location to find the perfect pumpkin. The pumpkin patch is an awesome location for a family night out, a sweet holiday date, or just a place to pick out decorations for the home. Check it out at, http://www.manasserofarms.com/ .
For the families with young ones who want a youth friendly environment, away from all of the crazy teenagers, the Halloween Howl at Columbus Tustin is just the event to be at. The City of Tustin Parks and Recreation puts on a festival on Halloween with a variety of different activities for the kids to partake in. Inclusive of carnival games, costume contests, entertainment for the family, candy and more fun, the Halloween Howl will create a memorable evening on the night of October 31st. The Halloween Howl will take place from 3:00-5:00 pm. Visit the webpage, http://www.tustinca.org/ , for more information.
To satisfy the thirst of the teenage population for a good scare, a thrilling experience has newly been introduced into the Tustin community. The haunted house/maze, “The 17th Door”, was all the rage last Halloween. The 17th door is open from September 23rd to October 31st. This crazy venue includes 17 different doors with at least 34 minutes of monsters and scares. An addition to the haunted house has been made in the form of an escape room. The 17th door is not recommended for those younger than 13. (Mature audience, Preferably ages 16 and up.)
If you are one with an appetite for a thrill visit their site at, http://the17thdoor.com/ .
In general, if your family would like to cruise around a nice area with a mellow tone for the night, visit Old Town Tustin for your trick or treating experience.
Written by Guest Blogger – Sabrina Thorn