Here are five spooky reasons to get out during the Halloween season. Let Orange County entice you with some top rated haunting events.

Laguna Niguel – Don’t Be Late to the Ball

Featuring DJ Victor, Sea Country Senior and Community Center, located at 24602 Aliso Creek Road, Laguna Niguel, will host a haunted ball Oct. 29 from noon to 1:30. Put on your best Halloween costume for a prize and partake in a catered lunch with “deadly dessert.” Tickets are $12.

Dana Point – Dress in Costumes for a Pizza Party


Join the fun and pre trick-or-treat with your neighbors and have pizza at Pines Park in Capistrano Beach at 5 p.m. on Halloween night.

San Clemente –  A Haunted Pirate House Becomes a Tradition

San Clemente offers a Haunted Health Walk and if you are out and about passing through, check out the decked out pirate house on Barcelona and Del Mar that’s deathly in disguise.

San Juan Capistrano – A Historical Ghostly Trail will Haunt Your Socks off

Watch your step because ghostly hauntings take place on and around Los Rios Street conducted by the San Juan Capistrano Historical Society. The tour includes visits to the Montanez Adobe and a likely ghostly interview with the other side.

Ladera Ranch – Get your scare on

The 17th Door haunted House offers the scariest adventure known in the OC and trekking up to Ladera Ranch is a well worth hay-ride. In order to gain entrance customers must sign a liability waiver in case they get a fear induced heart attack.

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