Family Friendly Fall and Halloween Events in Las Vegas

by Kimberley McGee
fall activities for las vegas families
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There are a ton of fall and Halloween events and activities to do in Las Vegas with kids of all ages. From hayrides to corn mazes, pumpkin patches, Safe Streets and Trunk or Treats! Here are the Top 5 that if they aren’t on your bucket list they should be! I’ll be adding more throughout the season as I get updates. Don’t forget the Education and Community Resource Fair this Wednesday! We’ll have local animal rescue and volunteer places on hand as requested!

While you are out and about, check out the 90(!) pumpkin spice flavored foods, from sweet to savory that Clairin DeMartini of Cardinal Financial found!

Oct. 1-31

Halloween Town at Boca Park
2-11 years old

Halloween Town is back for another amazing season in Las Vegas. Opening day at Boca Park is October 1st and is every day through the month!

Oct. 28

Desert Breeze Community Center
6-9 p.m.
$5, 3 years of age & younger are free
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The annual Desert Breeze Community Center “Hall-O-Breeze Event,” is a great way for families to enjoy Halloween Festivities in a fun, friendly, & safe environment.

Oct. 29-31

Haunted Harvest
Springs Preserve
5-9 p.m.
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Haunted Harvest is back! Return to the Springs Preserve for a spooktacular good time with the whole family. It’s everything you’ve been missing, including themed trick-or-treat stations, live entertainment, activities for all ages, street vendors serving up all kinds of tasty treats, and much more! There’s also new surprises around every corner for those willing to brave Boo!town, which is filled with ghostly characters lurking and more fun than you can shake a wand at!
Haunted Harvest is a safe and family-friendly outdoor event. Attendance is limited and tickets are sold online only. This event is expected to sell out. Don’t wait—purchase your tickets now or be left in the dark!

Oct. 30

Old Mormon Fort
9 a.m.- Noon

A Celebration of Nevada Day and Halloween! Join us for pumpkin painting, children’s games, children’s costume contest for ages 12 and under, and the soup cook-off.

Oct. 31

Town Scary
Town Square
4-7 p.m.

Town Square turns into Town SCARY on Halloween, and children of all ages are invited to trick-or-treat at participating stores and restaurants.  Children should bring their own bag or basket for trick-or-treating.

Halloween Ghost Walk
The District at Green Valley Ranch
4-7 p.m.

Sponsored by Mix 94.1, come dressed up and ready for an evening filled of trick-or-treating, costume contests, and spooktacular jams from a local DJ. Participating retailers will be waiting for you with bowls full of candy so be sure to stop by every one of them! *Look for the storefront sign.

Halloween Safe Night
5-8:30 p.m.

The event will include free carnival rides and games, trackless train, $1 haunted house, $1 laser tag, food, trunk or treat, and more.

Halloween Safe Night at the Lake
Lakeside Casino & RV Park

Pete’s Meats & Treats will be selling BBQ, starting at 4PM. Trick-or-Treating is from 5PM to 8PM and children of all ages are welcomed. An adult must accompany all children.

Trick or Treaters 2nd Event
Buffalo and Tropicana
4 p.m.

A local family cares deeply about the community and puts on quite the show for kids of all ages! They dress up to pass out bags of sanitized candy that are set out on a table in the road.

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