Top 7 Things for Kids to do on Halloween in Las Vegas


Halloween is crazy fun for adults in Las Vegas but it can be hard to know where to find a safe experience for kids.  Read on for some of our favorite kid-friendly haunts.

HallOVeen at Opportunity Village

You have two options to experience HalloVeen.  The walk through will give you a tour of the Magical Forest to gawk at  the haunting decorations. General admission for adults is $12 while children are $10. Each activity is another $3 without the passport. The passport includes entry and unlimited rides and attractions. Passports are $22 for adults and $19 for children.  All the proceeds benefit those with disabilities at Opportunity Village. Ride the Forest Express Ghost Train, Avalanche Slide, and stop at many candy stations along the way.  Kids can also make their own Halloween crafts, sign up for “Scary-oke”, and sit in the theater area for a spooky movie.

Opportunity Village
6300 W. Oakey Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89146
5:30-9:30 pm
October 14th-31st

Springs Preserve

Springs Preserve brings their annual Haunted Harvest to life the last 3 weekends of October. Kids dressed up can get some trick-or-treating in before Halloween night. There are carnival games, a petting zoo, make festive crafts.  A train ride through the Haunted Preserve is $5  Admission is $8 for adults, $5 for children 5-12.  Children under 5 are free.

Springs Preserve
333. S. Valley View Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89107
5-9 pm
October 14-16, 21-23, 28-30

Gilcrease Orchard Pumpkin Patch

One of the most authentic Halloween experiences in Las Vegas is picking out the perfect pumpkin at Gilcrease Orchard. It’s free to enter the orchard and each unique pumpkin is 50₵/lb. Gates open at 7 am. Make sure to wear comfortable shoes and sunscreen as it can get a little warm as you wander. The crowds start pouring in around 9 am so get there early to avoid the lines.  If you want more than one pumpkin be sure to bring a wagon. Those suckers can get heavy. Pumpkins may be the main reason for visiting the orchard, but you can also handpick produce.  and purchased including their delicious homemade cider. They have little snacks like kettle corn, candy apples, and homemade cider to and enjoy in the shade.

Gilcrease Orchard
7800 N Tenaya Way Las Vegas, NV 89131
Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays
7 am to 2 pm

Moapa Valley Corn Maze

Vegas may not scream corn maze country, but about 45 minutes north is the Moapa Valley Corn Maze. It offers a fun and thrilling family experience that non-Las Vegans take for granted. Admission to the grounds costs $5 which includes the cow train, pig races, petting zoo, farm swing, pedal cars, and hay maze. The day maze opens at noon and closes 30 minutes before dusk.  After dark it transforms into the haunted maze, with creatures crawling out of the corn and scaring even the bravest of adults.  The haunted corn maze and other activities stay open until 11 pm on Fridays and 11:30 pm on Saturdays. Sundays the corn maze is open from noon until 7pm, only day activities are open. Zombie paintball combines the fear of the maze and excitement of a zombie hunt starting at 7 pm. Saturdays and Sundays. The haunted maze and zombie paintball aren’t appropriate for children 10 and under. Yet, there are plenty of activities for the little ones to do while the older kids scream in terror at the haunted maze. A pumpkin from the pumpkin patch is 50₵/lb.

Moapa Valley Corn Maze
1500 Lewis Ranch Road, Moapa, NV 89025
Open every weekend in October
Admission $5
Day maze $7
Haunted corn maze $12 (not advised for 10 and under)
Zombie paint ball $35 alone or $40 for haunted maze and paintball
Friday 12-11pm, Saturday 12-11:30pm, Sunday 12-7pm

BOO-Dacious Halloween Party at Perfection Cheer and Dance

Let the little ones dress up and drop them off for a night of supervised spooky fun. There will be games, contests and other surprises planned. Food and treats will also be available for the party going kids. Children 5 years and older are welcome to get their Halloween dance on for only $25 a head. Parents can drop the kids off and go have some fun of their own. It’s a great way to get the little ones to meet new friends and give yourself a little free time.

Perfection Cheer & Dance Academy
7310 Smoke Ranch Road, Suite O, Las Vegas NV, 89128
Saturday, October 22, 2016
6 pm to 9pm

Boo Bash at UNLV

UNLV will be celebrating their 20th annual Boo Bash in the Tonopah Complex where residents compete in a decorating contest. Children from all over Las Vegas come to this free event and trick-or-treat through the revamped halls. Outside there is a carnival with face painting, cookie decorating, a haunted maze, and other festive activities. Tuesday, October 25 from 5-8 pm join the 200 volunteers that set up this wonderful event.  All guests can park in Staff, Student, or metered spaces behind the UNLV RTC Transit Center off Maryland Parkway.

Boo Bash at UNLV
1130 University Road, Las Vegas, Nevada 89119
Tuesday October 25, 2016 5 – 9 pm
Free event

Town Square Scary Halloween Night

Town Square transforms its beautiful shopping center into Town Scary Halloween night from 4-7pm. The streets close to ensure the safety of the dressed up critters as they collect their candy from the 120 stores and 24 restaurants. Most of the shops dress up to give the kids a more authentic trick-or-treating experience. Try to get there early to secure a parking space, they fill up fast.
Town Square Scary Halloween Night
6605 S. Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89119
Monday, October 31 from 4-7 pm
Free event

Las Vegas may be a city known for entertaining adults, but kids are not left out.  These are but a few of the amazing events for kids this Halloween.  If you happen to pawn off your little monsters to a friend this Halloween, be sure to check out our favorite activities for adults.



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I was raised a few blocks from Downtown Fremont, what many people consider to be the heart of Las Vegas. I've seen this town grow over the last 27 years. So many places have opened and closed trying to make the cut. I have had the privilege of trying so many of them. There is a certain love to be found in all the wonderful food and culture this city brings. The strip isn't my favorite destination. I prefer hidden treasures and hole in the wall diners.

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