It's the night kids can't wait for, all dressed up in their best and scariest costumes all in hopes for a treat over a trick.
"Halloween is huge in Baltimore."
And because it's so big, Mia Redrick says you want it get it right.
"I think part of what makes trick or treating fun are lots of families and lots of treats."
The Mom Strategist says for years she and her family have found that combination plus some cool costumes in Rodgers Forge.
"A lot of the families have their fire pits out. A lot of the parents are dressed in costume when the kids go to the door with trick or treat. It's just such a great community and so family oriented, and I love it also because it's incredibly safe."
Redrick says if you head out now, you can make a night of it.
"The Avenue at White Marsh is a great place to take your children for great trick or treating not only can you grab dinner before you start but then all the vendors you can just have your kids go from store to store and everyone plays along."
If you're in the city, enjoy a little Halloween fun in Belvedere Square and then head nearby neighborhood, Cedar Croft.
"The local vendors there will have a pumpkin decorating contest for younger children and some apple cider which is also great.....They're safe, well lit and lots of participation of parents and kids trick or treating just like the good old days."