Fall has finally arrived! With temperatures expected to be in the 70s around the Las Vegas metro, it is a great time to get out and enjoy all the Fall fun the Vegas area has to offer. Check out a few of our favorite family-friendly fall events.
HallOVeen at Opportunity Village, October 20 to 31
This is a great way to have tons of fall fun and give back to the community. Your ten dollar ticket price goes to aiding those with disabilities. Spooky Halloween characters will be handing out candy. You can also play mini golf, ride an enchanted carousel or take a journey on a ghost train.
Top Harvest Block Party, October 22
The Tabernacle of Praise Church is hosting this free fall festival featuring food, games, and giveaways. Enjoy the free music, delicious food, and complimentary haircuts for the whole family. You can enter the raffle to win amazing prizes.
Palace Station Harvest Festival, October 22
This annual fall festival has quickly become a family favorite. Parents can get an early start on Christmas shopping from one of the many local artisans selling jewelry, clothing, art and home decor. Kids will love the amazing food and free candy.
Black Mountain Rec Center Trunk or Treat, October 26
Your kids will love trick or treating in the festive atmosphere of the Trunk or Treat event at the Black Mountain Recreation Center. Follow the path set up in the parking lot and get goodies out of the trunks of costumed cars. Admission for children is three dollars and adults get in for free.
Haunted at the Ranch, October 27 and 28
This Halloween festival at Whitney Ranch Aquatic Complex is packed with games and food. Collect candy, play in the bouncy house, try your hand at a carnival game or take a hayride. Admission is seven dollars per person and costumes are encouraged.
Heart of Worship festival and Trade Show, October 27, 28 and 29
This three-day fall festival is full of vendors offering handmade, one of a kind items. Enjoy performances by well known contemporary Christian performers. Kids will love the carnival rides and delicious street food. Admission is ten dollars per person.
University of Nevada Boo Bash, October 30
This free event at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas invites both adults and children to enjoy bouncy houses, a not too scary haunted house, and carnival rides. Donations of children’s books in good condition are appreciated but not required.
Dia De Los Muertos Celebration, November 3, 4 and 5
Dia De Los Muertos is an autumn holiday that celebrates loved ones that have passed. It is a joyful celebration with traditional dancing, amazing food, sugar skull painting, and art. Admission is ten dollars for adults and six dollars for children.