Even most younger parents today can reminisce about the "Good Old Days" and the excitment of getting just the right costume for a night out walking the neighborhood acquiring enough free candy and assorted goodies to last a month. The cool autumn nights had a crispness in the air and occasionally a full moon cast shadows that added to the intrigue of that haunted night. Would you like to find such an atmosphere in modern day Los Angeles. Let me suggest a family evening out in Woodland Hills. There are a variety of family neighborhoods that are considered some of the safest in the city. Lack of street lights in some of the little canyons south of Ventura Blvd cause the huge old Ucalyptus trees to form interesting shapes in the moonlight. Good schools and safe neighborhoods create a friendly, family atmosphere welcoming Trick or Treaters. For additional fun, have dinner at one of the little restaurants and Bistros along Ventura Blvd. There is a huge variety and they are generally very lively and full of hilarious costumes on Halloween. If you are considering relocating your family to the Valley, I highly recommend that you consider Woodland Hills. If you would like more details regarding Woodland hills, please contact me at 818-903-9039, or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.