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The Best Place to Trick-or-Treat in Every State

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26. Montana
> Best town to trick-or-treat: Malmstrom
> Pop. age 14 and under: 30.7%

There is an Air Force base at Malmstrom, which is about nine miles east of Great Falls, where a variety of Halloween-related diversions such as corn mazes, zombie walks, and haunted carnivals can be found. About 31% of Malmstrom’s 3,933 residents are children under the age of 14.

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27. Nebraska
> Best town to trick-or-treat: Waverly
> Pop. age 14 and under: 30.7%

Waverly is about 15 miles northeast of Nebraska’s capital Lincoln. Nearly 31% of its 3,686 residents are under the age of 14. Hallowpalooza! is scheduled for Oct. 28 in Lincoln, and it’s free for children.

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28. Nevada
> Best town to trick-or-treat: Winnemucca
> Pop. age 14 and under: 27.3%

Winnemucca is about 165 miles northeast of Reno. Roughly 27% of the town of 7,881 residents are children under the age of 14. The Lazy P Adventure Farm & Barn of Terror and adjoining corn maze are options for Halloween revelers.

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29. New Hampshire
> Best town to trick-or-treat: Milford
> Pop. age 14 and under: 20.7%

Milford is New Hampshire’s best town for trick-or-treating. About one in five residents is 14 years of age or younger, and there are over 15 haunted houses in and around the town. Also, the area is pretty safe, with about 71 violent crimes reported per every 100,000 people.

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30. New Jersey
> Best town to trick-or-treat: Fair Haven
> Pop. age 14 and under: 27.8%

Fair Haven, a community at the Jersey Shore, has a poverty rate of less than 1%. The one haunted house, C. Casola Farms Haunted Attractions, features the Haunted Hayride of Terror and the Marlboro Zombie Breakout.

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