Top Things to Do in Las Vegas this Fall
It may not feel like fall here in Las Vegas, but there are still so many “fall” activities to do here! Here are a few of our favorites below!
TOP 6 BEST THINGS TO DO IN LAS VEGAS IN THE FALL
This has easily become one of our favorite fall traditions each year. A real apple orchard with a real pumpkin patch. Do not leave without the apple cider pumpkins and apple cider!
Gilcrease Orchard is open for fall hours on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays from 7 a.m.–2 p.m. The Pumpkin Patch opens for the 2019 season on September 29th.
Gilcrease Orchard is located at Located at 7800 N. Tenaya Way.
Grab your magic wands and witch hats for a spooktakular good time at the Springs Preserve's annual Haunted Harvest Festival. The family-friendly event features themed trick-or-treat stations to visit throughout the "Bootanical" Garden, mystical craft activities and carnival games, an enchanted hay maze, live entertainment, a spooky train ride, food vendors, a petting zoo, and much more.
Date & Time: Oct. 11-13, 18-20, 25-27, 2019, 5pm-9pm
Location: Springs Preserve
Admission: Non-members: $8. Individual, Family and Bronze members: $7. Silver State Pass, Gold and Platinum donor members receive free admission. Free for children 2 and younger.
For 2019 there are THREE Halloween Town locations in Las Vegas:
Boca Park: October 3rd through October 31st
Rainbow & Warm Springs: October 10th through October 31st
Las Vegas Blvd & Silverado: October 10th through October 31st
Operating Hours for all locations are:
Monday through Friday: 4:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday: 11:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
In addition, Halloween Town will be open from 11 a.m. on Nevada Day through Halloween evening.
All-Day Wristband: $20
Tickets: $1 (Avg. 2-4 tickets per ride)
Family Pack (25 tickets): $20
Admission and Parking Are Free
Halloween Town Pumpkin Patch features more than 30 rides, games, and attractions. The rides are geared for children 2 – 11 years old and are genuinely vintage rides from the 1950s. Halloween Town also has bounce houses, giant slides, pumpkin decorating, food and of course, a huge variety of pumpkins.
Join in the fun for the 29th Annual Farm Fall Harvest Festival. Festival activities include a cow train for toddlers, pony rides, amazing maize maze, concession stand and more.
Visitors will find a large selection of specialty pumpkins and squash, along with artisan breads, jams/jellies, The Farm’s own amazing local honey and fresh eggs.
Pricing for the Fall Harvest Festival:
Farmer’s Market: No Charge
Festival Entry/Animals: $6 Adults, $4 Children
Concession/Rides: Costs vary
The Las Vegas Farm is located at 7222 W. Grand Teton Dr.
5. McKee Ranch-
For the entire month of October, there will be horse & pony rides, train rides, a corn maze, LA LA Photography, a hay Pyramid, cow milking experience, tether ball, Gaga Ball pit, face painting, arts & crafts, antique vendors and more!
Come see the Magical Forrest decorated in its Halloween best. Signature attractions include The Forest Express Ghost Train, Cheyenne’s Enchanted Carousel, The Avalanche Slide, The Blizzard Mini-Coaster and more. There are photo-ops, tasty treats and trinkets galore among the spooktacular display of Halloween-themed trees.
Halloveen is open October 11-13, and October 18-31 at 5:30
This Las Vegas family Halloween event is a fundraiser for Las Vegas’ Favorite Charity with 100% of the proceeds going directly to the programs and services Opportunity Village provides to nearly 2,000 individuals with intellectual and related disabilities in Southern Nevada.
The Magical Forest is located at 6300 W. Oakey Boulevard.
What about you? What are your favorite things to do in the Fall where you live? Let us know in a comment below!