With a little research here’s what looking to be the hottest U.S destinations for Halloween 2008
The San Francisco Bay Area is an always a vacation hotti that is known throughout the world to hold some of the hottest parties of the year! Before Halloween check out the dozens of landmarks and fun things to do. Then again you will be so busy checking out the entire Halloween craze that you may only have enough extra time to sleep.
Sleep? Forget about it… Check out Sam Spade’s Halloween events
2) New York
The Big Apple hosts some of the best city parades to grave the streets and Halloween is no different. New York’s Village Halloween Parade will be October 31st beginning on Sixth Avenue at Spring Street, and continues north along Sixth Avenue to 23rd Street.
New York is one of the most visited cities in the world. The best way to see the highlights of New York City is on a double-decker bus. If you get to New York before the 31st check out New York’s section in About.com
The islands of Hawaii are a fantastic place to travel during the entire year and Halloween Hawaii is the best! Halloween street festivals, haunted houses, spooky train rides, ghost tours, Halloween cruises, haunted hay rides, trick-or-treating for kids, movies, pumpkin patches and MORE!!! The tropical weather makes it a great place to spend your Halloween holiday. <!–[endif]–>
4) Los Angeles
PARTY!!!! From the Hollywood Hills to the beaches, Los Angeles is a diverse Halloween where you will find a buffet of Halloween events for both adults and kids. Every year Disneyland gets a Halloween makeover while Knott’s Scary Farm does a Halloween haunt. Then there is Universal Studios Halloween Horror Nights and Six Flags Magic Mountain Fright Nights. West Hollywood has their bone crushing street festival and almost every district, bar, community center and Pavilion is Halloween crazy! <!–[endif]–>
Austin, TX is becoming a Mecca of fun and they’re doing Halloween Texas style. The folks are friendly and your eyes will be greeted with a variety of eye candy from hotties to hot tamales. Check out the bat flights at sunset or check out any number of Austin’s fabulous bands. Every year, throngs of people, old and young alike, dress up in their scariest, wackiest, or most unusual costumes and parade downtown 6th Street, enjoying the “keep Austin weird” atmosphere.