Got plans for Halloween? There’s lots of things to do in Las Vegas with the family…here’s some ideas.
Halloween Town Pumpkin Patch – Three locations (Boca Park, Paradise, Henderson), free admission, carnival rides/games, bounce houses, giant slides, pumpkin decorating, food. **These are designed for children 11 and under, so it’s great for the littles! Boca Park is open Oct 4, the others Oct 11.
Gilcrease Orchard Pumpkin Patch – Apple cider, caramel apples, a hay maze, chicken coop, and a tractor ride around the pumpkin patch!
Clark County Library District – Offering Halloween-related events for teens, including costume design classes, pumpkin carving demos, and a class that teaches them to make zombie make-up with everyday kitchen items (that looks like fun!). They also have events for the rest of the family, and I love that I can search for events by age group!
Treat Street at Downtown Summerlin – Candy, photo ops, block parties, a dog costume contest and screening of “The Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown” are just some of the reasons why this is a great option for the family on Halloween. 5-7pm on Halloween. Free admission.
Halloween Ghost Walk at The District – Want an easy (and safe) Halloween with the kids? Join tons of other costume-clad littles for costume contests and trick-or-treating on Main Street. 5-8pm on Halloween.
Town Scary at Town Square – This is a great option for safe trick-or-treating for your little. And they get to go from store to store for candy, which is unique. Goes from 4-7pm on Halloween with candy and costume contests. Boom. Halloween is done.
HalloVeen Magical Forest at Opportunity Village – Open every weekend in October, this is one for the books. Food, trick-or-treating, pumpkin displays, and lots of Halloween-themed rides! Plus, it helps a local charity, which is always a bonus.
Happy Halloween! 🙂