It’s probably too late to make Halloween travel plans. But maybe this list will give you an idea of what to expect staying here this year.
WalletHub.com just ranked the 100 biggest cities in America from the best to worst places to celebrate Halloween.
They used weather forecasts . . . the percentage of the population that’s 14 or younger . . . costume and candy stores . . . walkability . . . the number of bars . . . the crime rate . . . and the cost of tickets to Halloween events.
The ten best cities for Halloween are: New York . . . Jersey City, New Jersey . . . Newark, New Jersey . . . Gilbert, Arizona . . . Laredo, Texas . . . Irving, Texas . . . Santa Ana, California . . . Garland, Texas . . . Chandler, Arizona . . . and Plano, Texas.
The ten WORST cities are: St. Petersburg, Florida . . . Memphis . . . Detroit . . . Winston-Salem, North Carolina . . . Oakland, California . . . Baton Rouge, Louisiana . . . Charlotte, North Carolina . . . Indianapolis, Indiana . . . Nashville . . . and Houston.