There are a ton of fall activities to do in Las Vegas with kids of all ages. 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 on Covid closures (for instance Halloveen at Opportunity Village is not happening this year. Boo! And a hoo.).
This is an incredible deal for a Halloween fun night with the kids. Admission is only $10 per person. Includes admission, an all-you-can-eat Endless Menu, and a $5 FunCard.
Take a trip to John’s Incredible Pizza Las Vegas at the Boulevard Mall on October 31 for tons of Halloween family fun! Come dressed in your favorite costume, watch Disney’s The Nightmare Before Classic, and dance the monster mash with IncrediBear. Plus, every child receives a treat bag with goodies from Fun World.
Watch Tim Burton’s classic The Nightmare Before Christmas film at 12 p.m., 2 p.m., 4 p.m., 6 p.m., and 8 p.m. Then join IncrediBear for the Monster Mash dance at 7 pm!
Trunk or Treats and Halloween Kid Events in Las Vegas
- Mini Photo-shoot and Specially designed Hocus Pocus Halloween Set!
- Photographer- Kim Meza with Dirt and Glitter Photo Design
- Costumes Encouraged
- 10 minute session with 3 enhanced digital images or full online gallery available! Halloween photo frame craft included!
- Fergusons Downtown Rooftop
- Saturday 10/24 2pm-5pm
NEW! Whitney Ranch Recreation Center
1575 Galleria Drive
The City of Henderson is putting on quite the spooky show Oct. 29-31! Roll through the old western haunted ghost town for a fun time each night from 6-9 p.m. Treats are given to kids age 2-12.
“Into the Woods”
The Autumn display at the Bellagio this year casts a spell over guests as they wander through the magical forest. Kids can interact with the floral creatures, including a family of foxes frolicking beneath a floral-embellished hand-hewn tree house adorned with stained-glass dragonfly windows. The dragonfly is a symbol of transformation and adaptability and is featured throughout designer Ed Libby’s breath-taking accomplishment.
The woodland fairy house with a roof of oversized sunflowers is home to four fairies that are featured in ball gowns made of fresh flower and natural embellishments. And of course, the 28-foot talking tree is there, protecting a family of bears as they prepare for a long winter’s nap.
1500 Lewis Ranch Rd, Moapa, NV 89025
Be prepared for a full day! A haunted corn maze, a meandering day maze, Zombie paintball and pumpkin patch there is something for all ages at the Moapa Valley corn maze. Kids can jump on the giant bounce pillow, ride pedal carts, make corn angels in the corn pit, take a spin on rides in the fairground playground, or settle in on the cow train.
The snacks are craveable, like hot apply pie fries (so good!), funnel cakes and a deconstructed caramel apple (this mom really appreciates that one).
6400 Centennial Center Blvd.
Bungee jump, mechanical rides, games, a petting zoo, inflatable jump houses galore, giant inflatable slides and a huge inflatable obstacle course make this search for the perfect pumpkin a memorable event. Kids can wander through the pumpkin patch and choose baby pumpkins or giant pumpkins that are perched on hay bales and watched over by happy scarecrows amid corn stocks (hint – photo op!).
7800 N Tenaya Way
T. and Th. Sat. and Sun. 7- 2 p.m.
The pumpkin patch is open and ready for picking! They also have delicious Granny Smith apples and crisp cucumbers to pick. No wagon rides this year, but the famous apple cider donuts are available at checkout as are the frozen apple cider, olive oil, kettle corn, and fresh peanut and almond butters. Get there before mid-October and there are slim pickins’ for pumpkins.
8982 Dean Martin Drive
Mon.-Fri., 4 p.m.-8 p.m., Sat.-Sun.12 p.m.-8 p.m.
Families can find so much fun at this longtime local holiday sweet spot. The $20 donation (no matter how big or small the family), includes a hayride and one (1) pumpkin. Each plump pumpkin after that is an $8 donation. There are horse and pony ride for an additional $5 donation, and so much more to see and do at McKee Ranch!