Fun for the family
- Halloween Ghost Walk at the District– The district at Green Valley Ranch is having their annual Halloween Ghost Walk, Tuesday, October 31st, from 5pm-8pm. There will be entertainment with a costume contest and trick or treating at participating retailers with a sign in their window.
- Springs Preserve Annual Haunted Harvest– A family friendly festival for all ages, featuring trick-or-treat stations, monster training, carnival games, crafts, a petting zoo, live entertainment, and much more. Plus, don’t miss the Boo Town Train! Tickets ($3 members, $5 non-members) are available onsite nightly, with 11 departures each night. These train rides sell out fast – be sure to get your tickets as soon as you arrive! Festivities are October 12th-14th, 19th-21st, and 26th-28th from 5pm-9pm. Costumes are welcome, however, adults may not wear masks. Tickets cost $8 per person, children age 2 and under are free. Springs Preserve Value members receive $7, and Silver State Pass, Gold and Platinum donor members receive free admission. To purchase tickets, visit their website. Springs Preserve is located at 333 S. Valley View Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89107.
- HallOVeen at the Magical Forest– Located at Opportunity Village, the magical forest is transformed into a frightfully fun festival filled with food, rides and attractions for all. There’s Rods Monstrous mini gold, Cheyenne’s Enchanted Carousel, and the Forest Express Ghost Train. They’ll have treat stations, entertainment, great food, and boo-tiful Halloween and Pumpkin displays. Festival dates are October 5th-7th, 12th-14th, and October 19th-31st. Times for Friday and Saturday are 5:30pm-9:00pm, and Sunday- Thursday 5:30pm-8:30pm. Special Extended hours Friday, October 26th & 27th open until 9:30 pm. Opportunity Village is located at 6300 West Oakey Blvd. Las Vegas, NV 89146. Tickets run from $10-$22 and can be purchased here.
- Pumpkin Patch at the Mckee Ranch– Opening October 1st-31st, Monday- Friday 2pm-7pm. Saturday and Sunday 10am-6pm. Pumpkins, Farm Animals, Hay Rides, Corn Maze, Hay Rides, Food/Drink, Music and Fun. Photos by LaLa Photography. They prefer a $20 donation per family. McKee Ranch Pumpkin Patch– 8982 Dean Martin Drive, Las Vegas, Nevada 89139
- Gilcrease Orchard– Located on the north side of town, Gilcrease Orchard is 60 acres of agricultural land where you can visit and hand pick your own fruits and vegetables. They open the pumpkin patch September 29th. At this time through October they will be open Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays from 7:00 am until 2:00 pm. Come early and beat the heat and the crowds. They offer a diverse selection of fruits and vegetables, and of course, pick your own pumpkins! They also have items for sale at the check out such as peanut butter and almond butter, kettle corn, and famous apple and pear cider. Check out their website here for a current list of what’s in season.
- Town Scary at Town Square- Children of all ages are welcome. October 31st, 4pm-7pm. Bring your own treat bag.
- Halloween Treat Street– Downtown Summerlin- October 31st, 5pm-7pm. Lots of fun this Halloween at Downtown Summerlin- A Las Vegas Metro Police Department Spooky Block Party!
• Wicked fun photo-opportunities with the Clark County Fire Department
• A“Howl-O-Ween” dog costume contest benefitting the Animal Foundation
• “It’s The Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown” movie screening
Times: 5:10pm / 5:40pm / 6:10pm / 6:40PM/ 7:10PM
• Food Allergy Research & Education’s (FARE’s) Teal Pumpkin Project pop-up featuring non-candy items for trick-or-treaters, plus Candy distribution at DTS retailers.
- Kids Camp Halloween –Downtown Container Park- Saturday, October 27th from 11am-1pm. $10 admission. Games, snacks, and Halloween Pumpkin Decorating. Located at 707 Fremont Street, Las Vegas, NV 89101.
- Pumpkin Patches by Seasonal Adventures– With three locations around the Vegas valley, these pumpkin patches provide thousands of quality pumpkins, as well as safe, fun family environment for you to enjoy. Each pumpkin patch has snacks and beverages for purchase, a petting zoo, inflatable bounce house, giant inflatable slides, a train you can ride, mechanical rides, and a bungee jump. For locations and hours, check out their website here. Pumpkin patches are open October 1st-31st and run Monday-Friday 1pm-9pm and Saturday and Sunday 9am-9pm.
- City of Henderson Recreation Centers– The City of Henderson has a number of Halloween events in the month of October for kids. Some events are free, some cost from $3-$7. *Hocus Pocus, the Movie- October 5th, 7pm. *Heritage Harvest Festival, October 6th 11am-2pm. *Kids Night Out: It’s the Great Kid’s Night Out, Charlie Brown, October 12th 5:30-9pm. *Scaryoke Halloween Party, October 19th, 5pm-9pm. *The BOOGie Woogie Bash, October 19th, 5pm-9pm. *Zombie 5K Run, October 20th 6pm-8pm. & Zombie 1-mile walk 6:15-7pm. *Tots Trick-or-Treat Trail, October 24th, 11am-2pm. *Black Mountain Rec Center Trunk or Treat Thursday, October 25th- 2 timeslots to register for. *Spooky Sports Fall Festival, October 26th 5pm-9pm. *Haunted at the Ranch, October 26th & 27th 5pm-9pm. *Pet Trick-or-Treat and 1-mile walk, October 27th, 10am-noon. *Spooky Birds, October 29th 5:30-7pm. Click here for the complete list of Halloween events, rec center locations, dates and hours.
- Bonnie Screams– Coming October 4th, Bonnie Screams is back at Bonnie Springs, in it’s 10th year. Old Town is transformed into a frightening Ghost Town. This event contains five revamped haunted houses, a haunted trail, as well as nightly live performers. The haunted Opera House is known to have actual spirits, and they also offer spirits served at the “Haunted Saloon”. And don’t forget the Zombie Paintball Adventure where participants aboard a bus get their chance to stave off the zombie apocalypse. Bonnie Screams runs 7pm-12am, October 4th-7th, October 11th-14th, October 18th-31st. Tickets are $30 for Bonnie Springs, and $30 for the Zombie Paintball Adventure. Bonnie Screams is not recommended for children under 13. Click here for more information and to purchase tickets. 1 Gunfighter Ln, Blue Diamond, NV, 89004
- The Trilogy of Terror– Presented by the Freakling Brothers, the Trilogy of Terror is rated the 4th Best Haunted Attraction in the world by TopHaunts.com. Celebrating 25 years, they offer 3 haunted houses-The Coven of 13 with Witches, Warlocks and Black Magic, Gates of Hell-the only R-rated Haunted House in the state of Nevada, and Castle Vampyre, where they say seeing is believing. Do you dare take on all three? Open October 5th-7th, and October 12th-31st, for exact calendar dates and times, click here. For tickets and more information, see the link above. Tickets start at $15 per house, or $39 for all three, and a fast pass for $15. Located just off W. Flamingo and I-215, just 10 minutes from the strip, in the Grand Canyon shopping center. 4245 S. GRAND CANYON DRIVE, LAS VEGAS, NV 89147
- The Fetish and Fantasy Halloween Ball– Going strong in it’s 23rd year, this has been called the world’s wildest Halloween party. Join 7500 of Vegas’ sexiest people at the most outrageous, bizarre and risque parties of the year. Held at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, Saturday, October 27th from 10pm-3am. Must be 21 to enter, strict dress code is enforced. Click here for more info, to purchase tickets, for dress code and see photos from last year.
This is a running list, so check back frequently for updated or newly added events. Check out our post on Free and Cheap Halloween Costumes and get started on your holiday fun.
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