You’ll fall for Vegas in autumn
It is almost impossible to think of Las Vegas without our ubiquitous entertainment options (gambling, eating, shopping and partying) coming immediately to mind. There is much more to experience here than the stereotype, however, and with cooling weather accompanying the arrival of September, fall is a great time to plan a visit to Tahiti Resort and sample autumnal Las Vegas. Tahiti Resort is a family friendly, island-inspired sunny property just three miles from the world famous Las Vegas Strip. Book your fall visit today!
PUMPKIN PATCHES IN LAS VEGAS
For more than 20 years, Halloween Town Pumpkin Patch has been providing excellent pumpkin choices to residents and visitors of Las Vegas. They do a step beyond that to celebrate Halloween with games, rides, and other activities. Their main location is Boca Park, but they have since branched out and have several locations. Boca Park is open October 5 -31. Additional locations open October 12-31.
Have a craving for delicious donuts and apple cider to go along with your pumpkin hunting adventure? How about a caramel apple? You can get those things and more at Gilcrease Orchard. This is a genuine pumpkin patch. That’s right. You’ll find a field where the pumpkins were actually grown. The small hay maze and hayride are free and so is the parking.
Las Vegas Farm has been around since 1961 and open to the public since 1968. It is truly a one-of-a-kind landmark here in the Las Vegas Valley, and an ideal place for the entire family to enjoy. The Farm offers visitors an opportunity to get up close and personal with many different animals, including chickens, peacocks, ducks, a goose, turkeys, goats, pigs, horses, cows, a mule, a llama, rabbits, cats, tortoises and more.
Fall Festival activities will include 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 artisanal breads, jams/jellies, amazing local honey, and fresh farm eggs.
Mckee Ranch is open year-round, but it has a special event each autumn. This is a special area that will delight the entire household. There are horses, pigs, sheep, chickens, and more! You can even meet Duncan the Donkey and Oreo the Goat. There are plenty of scenic areas for photo taking.
HAUNTED HOUSES IN LAS VEGAS
The spooky fun is hosted by Opportunity Village inside the Magical Forest. Begin the night with a visit to the Nightmare Manor where you may meet a demonic spirit or two. If you can make it through that experience, join the brave souls who are coming face to face with the scariest clowns you’ll ever meet.
Ranked the scariest haunt in the country by USA Today and number one in Vegas by Las Vegas Weekly, this is the longest running horror show in town and a local and tourist favorite since 1992. Trilogy of Terror is home to three critically acclaimed haunted houses, including the first and only R-rated haunt in Nevada, the shocking Gates of Hell.
They’ve been scaring Las Vegas residents and visitors for 20 years. We think they know pretty well what’s going to make us run screaming for an exit. Does that stop us? No! We love the thrill, and we are betting that you will, too. What makes this experience so cool is that the stories are linked. Feeling that romantic Halloween vibe? Why not get married at The Haunt? Sounds like a great idea to us!
FUN THINGS TO DO WITH KIDS IN FALL
Make the Haunted Harvest at Springs Preserve an annual tradition for your household – an added part of your Halloween season events to remember. Trick-or-Treat stations and the Boo Town Train are sure to be a hit this year! You’ll also find a petting zoo, hay maze, crafts, live entertainment, food, games, and more!
HallOVeen at the Magical Forest of Opportunity Village celebrates its sixth year! They are open October 5-7, 12-14 and 19 -31. Get ready for the fascinated exclamations you’re sure to hear from everyone in the household when it comes to the enchanting Halloween themed decorations along the winding trails. Ride the Forest Express Ghost Train, Cheyenne’s Enchanted Carousel, and The Blizzard Mini-Coaster.