Spotlighting Unique Halloween Homes In Cedar City
Halloween is right around the corner, and you might be running out of activities to keep yourself and maybe even the kiddos entertained. You might want to hop in the car and take a drive around Cedar City to see some of the fantastic Halloween decorations Cedar City homeowners have decorated their homes with.
Mark B. Ledenback, the author of Vintage Halloween Collectables: An Identification and Price Guide is quoted by Gizmodo.com as saying “By and large, “Halloween as a holiday, where adults would have parties for their friends, and would decorate their homes—that didn’t start in the United States until about 1910.
According to Spirit Halloween, Labor Day is generally the most common time people put out Halloween decorations.
These are just a few of the homes in Cedar City that stood out to me, however, I didn’t make it to every neighborhood in Cedar.
These are some options to look out for as you make a day out of driving around Cedar looking at awesomely decorated homes.
We leave the east side of Cedar City to look at a few homes near Southern Utah University.
Now we head to the Leigh Hill area.
The west side of Cedar City.
The north side of Cedar City.
I hope you've enjoyed this Halloween house tour around Cedar City.