A List of Halloween Events Happening in Rancho Cordova


There’s HALLOWEEN FUN to be had in Rancho Cordova!  Here’s the scoop:

Friday, October 28:

Teen Pre-Halloween Party at Hagan – 2197 Chase Drive 

Come for a fun and safe pre-Halloween party at The H.Y.D.E Out Teen Center at Hagan Park with games, fun, prizes, and a costume contest. One lucky guest will win a free The H.Y.D.E. Out membership! Snack and beverages will be provided. Admission is $5 for members and $7 for non-members, and ages 11 – 17 are invited.

Saturday, October 29:

Halloween at Safetyville USA, 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. – 3909 Bradshaw Road

Halloween Haunt, a Safetyville tradition, is a great, safe alternative to trick-or-treating with safety activities and demonstrations, carnival games and a costume parade.

Halloween Haunt helps raise funds to support the children’s safety and health education program at Safetyville USA. This year 5,000 children are expected to visit Safetyville USA for a highly interactive docent led tour where they will learn and practice life-saving lessions to keep them safe in their homes and neighborhoods.

The event takes place in our unique miniature city that is designed to teach children safety skills.

  • Trick-or-Treat stations
  • Entertainment
  • Safety demonstrations
  • Carnival games
  • Costume parade
  • Food and refreshments and raffle tickets for GREAT prizes available for purchase at the event.


Halloween at Hagan, 5:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. – 2197 Chase Drive

Enjoy a night of Halloween fun with games, activities, a maze, haunted room, prizes, and much more! Meet local groups at the trunk or treat area – a safe and fun way for kiddos to trick or treat around a group of decorated cars. Admission is $2 per person and children ages 2 and under are free.

Sunday, October 30:

Harvest Carnival – River City Christian, 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. – 10933 Progress Court

River City Christian knows how to throw a party!  Our annual Harvest Carnival has a reputation of being an incredible event for the whole family. Thousands from our community come to enjoy bounce houses, age-appropriate carnival games, local food trucks and other special attractions.  And of course kids get lots of candy as they work through an amazing “trunk or treat.”  We encourage you to not only attend, but invite your neighbors and friends to this safe and fun community event.

HALLOWEEN: Monday, October 31st

Sacramento Children’s Museum, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. – 2701 Prospect Park Drive 

The Museum will feature 10 treat stations, a costume parade at 11 a.m., hands-on activities, and Museum play! Admission is FREE with donation of a children’s book. Dress-up is encouraged!