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Three Florida Towns Rank as Best for Halloween Fun in the U.S.

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Halloween is celebrated in a number of ways, from spooky and gruesome home decor, to festive costumes and over the top parties, the U.S. sure knows how to show their love for the holiday. But according to Travel and Leisure, there are some towns that may take things a step further when it comes to commemorating our favorite holiday, and three are right here in Florida.

First up is Delray Beach, a city that sits upon Florida's coast. From trick-or-treating Downtown, to parades and kid-friendly events, Delray Beach is packed with seasonal fun during Halloween time. There's sure to be an event appropriate for both children and adults alike, no matter what you enjoy the most about Halloween!

Next is Winter Park, one of Florida's most historic towns, located in Orange County. The town throws an Annual Halloween Howl, where there's fun for the entire family to enjoy and there's also Pumpkins and Munchkins in Shady Park. 

The last Florida town on the list is of course, St. Augustine. This one fails to surprise us, especially since the town is crawling with fun and spooky things to do. As America's oldest permanent European settlement, it's no wonder the town features a ton of scary-good fun for locals and tourists to enjoy.

Below is the full list of U.S. towns:

  • Snowmass Village, Colorado
  • Park City, Utah
  • Chatham, Massachusetts
  • Ludlow, Vermont
  • Princeton, New Jersey
  • Aspen, Colorado
  • Harbor Springs, Michigan
  • Bar Harbor, Maine
  • Stowe, Vermont
  • Delray Beach, Florida
  • Winter Park, Florida
  • Skaneateles, New York
  • Telluride, Colorado
  • New Hope, Pennsylvania
  • Traverse City, Michigan
  • Oakland, Maryland
  • Franklin, Tennessee
  • Beaver Creek, Colorado
  • St. Augustine, Florida

Have you ever experienced the Halloween Fun in any of these towns during the Halloween Season?

       

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