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Halloween in Atlanta is no joke. From traditional family Halloween activities, such as corn mazes, hayrides and pumpkin patches, to haunted houses, ghost rides and costume parties for the older, bolder crowd, there is truly¬†something for everyone.¬† Local media is also abuzz with tips on how to protect your four-legged friends and opinions on the best day to trick-or-treat. What’s missing, however, is recommendations on the best Atlanta neighborhoods to trick-or-treat. So, without further booooo… behold, the list.

Top 5 Atlanta Neighborhoods to Trick-or-Treat in 2010

  1. Virginia Highland
  2. Morningside / Lenox Park
  3. Inman Park
  4. Brookhaven
  5. Garden Hills

Methodology

There is a common belief that wealthy neighborhoods are the Holy Grail for harvesting the most Halloween candy. However, to provide a more holistic approach to trick-or-treating, the Zillow Trick-or-Treat Housing Index was calculated using four equally weighted data variables: Zillow Home Value Index, population density, Walk Score and local crime data from Relocation Essentials. Based on those variables, the Index represents cities that will provide the most candy, with the least walking and fewest safety risks.

Next: See Best Places to Trick-or-Treat in L.A.

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