Spooky Halloween Fun for the Whole Family

Whether it’s a fun-tastic event that you’re looking for or something more on the daring side, we’ve got an assortment of all kinds of Halloween family fun for you. Get into the spooky Halloween spirit with your family this season in the Reno Tahoe area!

Pumpkin Patches & Corn Mazes

Who doesn’t love a day at a pumpkin patch? And few things are more “fall” than a corn maze! Lucky for you, there are several farms in Reno Tahoe that offer pumpkin patches, corn mazes, hayrides and more.

The Fall Harvest Festival at Andelin Family Farms is home to many festive fall attractions including a family-friendly corn maze, animal exhibits and pony/horse rides, pumpkin patch and U-Pick sunflowers. For some spookier fun, check out the Corn Creepers Haunted Attraction and Zombie Paintball.

For the entire month of October, Ferrari Farms welcomes families to their corn maze and pumpkin patch to experience the 26th anniversary of their Fall Festival. Admission is free and the options here are endless, with farm animals, hayrides, a haunted corn field and more. There’s something for kids of all ages to enjoy at the Ferrari Farms Fall Festival.

For a “gourd” time in Carson City, visit Corley Ranch for their October Harvest Festival & Pumpkin Patch. Families can experience corn and straw mazes, farm animals, miniature golf, pig races, hay wagon rides and more.

Join the fun at Lattin Farms, as they transform into a celebration for their Fall Festival in October. Your family can enjoy a hayride tour of the pumpkin patch, a scarecrow factory, pumpkin tower and so much more.

Fall Fun with Furry Friends

Animal Ark, a non-profit organization, is a safe haven for wolves, cheetahs, foxes and many other animals located north of Reno. During their Harvest Festival on October 28-29, you and your family can watch the animals receive pumpkins filled with their favorite treats.

Family-Friendly Halloween Events

The National Automobile Museum in Reno will be holding its Annual Halloween Trunk-or-Treat Carnival on October 31.

Virginia City is no stranger to haunted occurrences and spooky events. Celebrate the whole month of “Hauntober” in style with all sorts of ghostly events, including Bats in the Belfry guided ghost tours, V&T Railroad Pumpkin Patch Train, safe trick-or-treating, and more. Dress in your scariest costume and enjoy a family fun day in Virginia City for the Hauntober Parade on October 31.

Still craving some fall fun? Check out some more of our favorite fall activities in Reno Tahoe.

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