It’s the last leg of October and it seems that there’s still so much to cross off of our annual Halloween-things-to-do list in Houston. For a more family-friendly activity this spooky season, be sure to load up the car with chocolates, candies, and other goodies, and make a trip out to Candy Cane Lane in Missouri City.
As the name suggests, Candy Cane Lane is foremost a Yuletide destination populated with the most over-the-top Christmas light displays, inflatable snowmen, reindeer, and more during the holiday season.
Before that time arrives, however, residents of Quail Valley in Missouri City haunt the 3100 block of Robinson Road with a larger-than-life Halloween displays for the living (or undead) to enjoy.
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For other Halloween hi-jinx, there are two drive-thru haunted house experiences that you can enjoy from the safety of your vehicle. Alternatively, you can face your fears at the scariest haunted houses in Houston – or IRL haunted places in Texas – or enjoy a more relaxed stroll through the Houston Zoo’s Zoo Boo experience.
If you are already gearing up for the holidays, be sure to consult our list of the best neighborhoods in Houston to see Christmas lights.