Placer County is a great place to be as the holiday season begins. There are a variety of family-friendly events to attend to get in the Halloween spirit.

To help, we have compiled a list of some Halloween events around Placer County.

Roseville Library Haunted House

(225 Taylor St. Roseville, 95678)

Held on Oct. 31 from 4-5 p.m. at the Roseville Library, this second annual, kid-friendly event offers “thrills and chills.” It is hosted by the Library Teens.

Howl-O-Ween Bark Party!

(65 McBean Park Dr., Lincoln, 95648)

Those who want their dog to be a part of the Halloween festivities should check out the Howl-O-Ween Bark Party in Lincoln. Hosted by the city, this event will feature music, raffles, food trucks, craft beer, vendors and a dog costume contests. Plus, it is free to attend – Oct. 27, noon to 3 p.m.

The Flower Farm Pumpkins Patch

(4150 Auburn-Folsom Road, Loomis, 95650)

Bring the family and enjoy a tour of the “mythical character pumpkin people,’ face painting, Halloween crafts and other fun games.

Rickey Ranch Pumpkin Farm

(6950 Cavitt Stallman Road, Granite Bay, 95746)

The Rickey Ranch Vineyard and Pumpkin Farm is located in Granite Bay and offers a little more than a typical patch. Visitors can select from fresh and locally grown goods, like honey, fruits and other goods.

For a list of the best pumpkin patches, click here.

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