Family Fun in Las Vegas This Fall

Fall scene with orange and white pumpkins
Photo by Maddy Baker on Unsplash

Autumn in the desert might require fewer sweaters and hot beverages, but there is still a lot of fall fun to be had.

From corn mazes to pumpkin patches, read on to discover which family-friendly activities and attractions to check out for your Las Vegas fall fun.


screenshot from the Gilcrease Orchard website for fall fun
©️ Gilcrease Orchard

Gilcrease Orchard

Dates: Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays, & Sundays (ongoing)

Time: 7:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

Location: at 7800 N Tenaya Way, Las Vegas

The orchard has you covered with cider, donuts, apple picking, and a pumpkin patch. Arrive early for easy parking and shorter lines. Sign up for the orchard’s newsletter to get up-to-date information on which fruit is ready to pick and any seasonal changes in hours.  

screenshot of Springs Reserve Haunted Harvest in Las Vegas
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Springs Preserve Haunted Harvest

Dates: October 22-24 & 29-30

Time: 5:00-9:00 p.m.

Location: 333 S. Valley View Blvd., Las Vegas

This event for all ages includes trick-or-treat stations, yummy food, and live entertainment. Reservations are required, and tickets must be purchased in advance online. Admission is free for children two and under and for donor members. Value members pay $8 and non-members pay $9. Purchase your tickets now before this event sells out!


UMC Children's Hospital Halloween Safe-Tacular event poster for fall
©️ UMC Children’s Hospital

Halloween Safe-Tacular and BOOster Bonanza

Date: October 30

Time: 9:00 a.m.

Location: 800 Hope Place, Las Vegas

Hosted by UMC Children’s Hospital, this is a Trunk-or-Treat-style event. Costumes are encouraged, and participants receive free goodies in addition to safety education. 

Girl in a Halloween costumer in a spooky setting
©️ Summerlin

Downtown Summerlin’s Parade of Mischief

Dates: Fridays & Saturdays in October

Time: 7:00 p.m.

Location: Park Centre Drive, Las Vegas

Check out this Halloween-themed parade with the whole family. See if you can spot zombies, witches, wizards, and more along the route.

colorful and lush botanical garden at the Bellagio
©️ Bellagio

Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Garden

Dates: Ongoing (current theme through November 13)

Time: Open 24 hours

Location: 3600 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas

“Deeper Into the Woods” is the current theme of the floral display at the Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Garden. Located adjacent to the Bellagio’s lobby, this free attraction is worth checking out next time you are on the Strip. 

Las Vegas Turkey Trot emblem

Las Vegas Turkey Trot

Date: November 25

Time: Varies

Location: 18000 Highway 93, Boulder City (Parking & Packet Pick-up)

If exercising as a family is your thing, check out the Las Vegas Turkey Trot on Thanksgiving Day at the Lake Mead Recreational Area. Distances include a half marathon, 12K, 5K, and one mile run. Participants run along the Historic Railroad Trail, the remaining section of the Hoover Dam Railroad.

Haunt the Wetlands poster
©️ Clark County Wetlands Park

Haunt the Wetlands

Date: October 29

Time: 4:00-8:00 p.m.

Location: 7050 Wetlands Park Lane, Las Vegas

Clark County Wetlands Park will host this outdoor event featuring a spooky maze and creepy animal encounters. Space is limited, and participants should pre-register. 

Screenshot of Moapa Valley Cornmaze website with fall activities listed
©️ Moapa Valley Cornmaze

Moapa Valley Corn Maze

Date: Ongoing (see schedule here)

Time: Varies 

Location: 1500 Lewis Ranch Rd, Moapa

Take a one-hour drive out of the city to enjoy the daytime corn maze, pumpkin patch, corn pit, cow train, and more. Visitors looking for something scarier can brave zombie paintball and the haunted corn maze. 

If there are any seasonal events around Las Vegas that I missed, share them in the comments!