No one does Halloween quite like Las Vegas, and there’s no better time than Halloween 2021 to mask up and have some socially distanced family-friendly fun. Vegas knows how to celebrate, starting right at October 1st with events happening all month until Halloween night on October 31st. Here are just a few Las Vegas Halloween favorites from De Castroverde Criminal and Immigration Lawyers.
Downtown Summerlin Parade Of Mischief
Downtown Summerlin is introducing a brand new Parade of Mischief for Halloween 2021. This family-friendly festive parade will fill Downtown Summerlin streets with all sorts of mischievous mayhem including a rockin’ dead skeleton band, wizards, witches, ghosts, dancing zombies, and more. The Downtown Summerlin Parade of Mischief is located at Park Centre Drive at Downtown Summerlin and is free to all.
HallOVeen at Opportunity Village 2021
Opportunity Village is once again transforming into a magical forest for HallOVeen 2021. This family-friendly Halloween event features lots of entertainment, games, and events for all ages including:
- Carnival Midway Games.
- Whirl ‘n Twirl.
- Escape Rooms.
- Blizzard Mini-Coaster.
- Cheyenne’s Enchanted Carousel.
- The Avalanche Slide.
- The Spooktacular Forest Express Ghost Train.
It’s important to note that the HallOVeen ride line does close 30 minutes before the park closes, and some rides and attractions require riders to be at least 42 inches tall or have a guardian riding with them. Located at 6300 W. Oakey Blvd in Las Vegas, admission for HallOVeen at the Magical Forest includes access to both of the mini-escape rooms and all rides.
The LINQ Promenade Halloween Party
Celebrate Halloween all week at the LINQ Promenade as street musicians, zombies, stilt walkers, and face painters transform the promenade into a festive Halloween party. Specific events include Witching Hour Stage Show, Safe TRIQ or Treat, and Day of the Dead Art BLOQ. The LINQ Promenade Halloween Party is located in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip at 3545 Las Vegas Blvd South, directly across from Caesars Palace, between Flamingo Las Vegas and The LINQ Hotel and Experience.
TREAT STREET at Downtown Summerlin
Dress up in your favorite ghost, goblin, or superhero costume and visit Downtown Summerlin for TREAT STREET. This free, family-friendly event is open to the public and features:
- A FARE (Food Allergy Research & Education) Teal Pumpkin Project pop-up with non-candy items.
- A screening of “It’s The Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown.”
- A “Howl-O-Ween” dog costume contest benefiting the Animal Foundation.
- Wicked fun photo opportunities with the Clark County Fire Department.
- A Las Vegas Metro Police Department Spooky Block Party.
- Candy distribution at DTS retailers.
Halloween Ghost Walk at The District at Green Valley Ranch
Experience The District at Green Valley Ranch’s Halloween Ghost Walk featuring trick or treating in the center and a Halloween costume contest. This free event is found on Main Street by the courtyard and is fun for the whole family.
Haunted Harvest at Springs Preserve
Visit Springs Preserve for their annual Haunted Harvest featuring haunted train rides, a petting zoo, live entertainment, carnival games, a haunted hay maze, and trick or treat stations. Advance tickets for this family-friendly event are only available online, with limited spots available. Reservations are required, and valued members do receive a discount.
Trick-or-Treat at Town SCARY Halloween
Trick-or-treat down the streets of Town Square as they turn into Town SCARY. Visit participating restaurants and stores for candy and enjoy various activities, including children’s costume contests throughout the evening in the shopping center. Trick-or-treaters are encouraged to bring their favorite bag, basket, or container for all their treats.
Hallow Reef at Shark Reef Aquarium
Ghosts and goblins are taking over Shark Reef Aquarium this Halloween and turning it into a spooky shipwreck. Explore the dark and eerie tunnels of the Hallow Reef at your own risk as spine-chilling music, rattling chains, and creaking doors replace the soothing sounds of the ocean and jungle noises usually filling the aquarium. Gain entrance to Hallow Reef with your regular Shark Reef Aquarium and Polar Journey admission and watch for special discounts and specials to be announced. The last entry is accepted one hour before closing time.
Halloween Carnival at Lake Las Vegas
Come one, come all to Lake Las Vegas’s Halloween Creepy Clown Carnival featuring creepy clowns, cotton candy, popcorn, old-fashioned carnival games, fabulous prizes, and more. This free event is fun for the whole family.
Pirate Ship Haunted Experience at Lake Las Vegas
The whole family will enjoy sailing on the LaContessa yacht for this 90-minute pirate-themed lake cruise. Appropriate for trick-or-treaters 12 years old and older, along with their families, enjoy an impressive cast of characters, games, costume contests, and prizes on this spooktacular adventure.
Spooky Maze and Story Walk
October means transforming the Wetlands Park and Nature Preserve’s reed maze into a Spooky Maze and Story Walk. Face coverings and social distancing are required as you never know what spook may be waiting for you around the next turn. Open during Wetlands Park, and Nature Preserve’s hours, The Spooky Maze is available daily from dawn to dusk.
Trick or Chic
Explore the Fashion Show Mall’s Haute Haunted House this Halloween, a fun, unique, and chic event for all ages. Don’t let the fabulous fashions frighten you. Their ghoulish guides will accompany each family individually through this multi-sensory, enchanting experience. RSVP today for this complimentary Trick or Chic walk-through experience for some stylishly spooky family fun.
Undead Haunted Maze at Tivoli Village
Halloween festivities in Tivoli last all month long, featuring The Undead Haunted Maze, 2,000 sq. ft. prowling with messed-up monsters, toxic waste, chainsaw maniacs, killer clowns, and zombies lurking behind every dark corner, twist, and turn. Located in Tivoli Village across from Restoration Hardware, The Undead Haunted Maze is open for families to explore without actors from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and with actors from 7 p.m. to midnight Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays.
You can’t be in Las Vegas and not experience a Halloween to remember. From haunted houses and trails to ghoulishly spectacular shows and trick-or-treating galore, there’s family fun to be had around every corner for the entire month of October. If we missed your favorite Halloween activity, reach out to the team at De Castroverde so that we can check it out.