Halloween is always a great time of year! It bring us pumpkin patches, Fall Festivals, haunted houses and more! Check out these Halloween eventsBut, as with pretty much everything this year,
Scottsdale Halloween Events 2020
Dated: October 21 2020
Halloween is always a great time of year! It bring us pumpkin patches, Fall Festivals, haunted houses and more! Check out these Halloween events
But, as with pretty much everything this year, things will be different so please be sure to check with the event venue on any limitations or changes.
Halloween and Fall Festivals in Scottsdale and Greater Phoenix
Mother Nature’s Farm – September 26th – October 1st – Head on over to Gilbert to visit this farm. The $10 admission covers a pumpkin, a hayride, a spider web crawl, cute animals and a maze. You are encouraged to bring your own picnic as there as plenty of tables and open areas. They will also have food for sale if you prefer not to picnic.
Pumpkin and Chili Party at Schnepf Farms – October 1st -November 1st – Thursdays through Sundays – Schnepf Farms is back with this fun event, but they are limiting the number of people onsite, so be sure to buy your tickets in advance. Besides pumpkins, you have multiple mazes to explore, you can feed the deer and visit the petting zoo, play mini-golf, zip along the zipline and more. Do not forget to try the chili or one of the farm’s amazing baked goods. There are special days and times for home-schooling families. Please see the website for more information. (Season passes available and some activities have an additional fee.)
Vertuccio Farms Corn Maze and Fall Festival – October 1st – November 1st – Vertuccio Farms in Mesa will be offering another year of fun. Besides the amazing corn maze, you can also there will be a zip line, mini-golf, a jump pad, a new and improved barrel train, an animal area and so much more. It will be closed on October 5th and 12th.
Tolmachoff Farms Corn Maze and Pumpkin Days – October 1st – November 1st – Tompalchoff Farms is back with another year of fun. There are multiple mazes, a petting zoo, train rides, a hay pyramid and more. Like a challenge? Search the maze for the missing pieces of your map. Closed on Mondays and Tuesdays, except for Columbus Day.
MacDonald’s Ranch Annual Pumpkin Festival – October 3rd – November 1st – MacDonald’s Ranch is a fun place to visit year-round, but in October it becomes a pumpkin patch wonderland. Visit the petting zoo, pan for some gold, find your way through the hay bale maze, go around the track in your petal car and more. Food will be available for purchase. (Closed Tuesdays. Some activities have an additional fee. Please see the website for the full list.)
Boo-tanical Nights at the Desert Botanical Garden – October 23rd – 24th – This is a Members Only Event. Peruse the pumpkin displays, dance away to the DJ and enjoy food from various food trucks. Feel free to wear costumes!
Glass Pumpkin Patch at the Holland Center – October 16th – 18th – Over 1,000 beautifully hand-blown glass pumpkins will be on display and for sale over these three days. Proceeds will benefit the Desert Foothills Theater.
Howl-o-ween at the Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center – October 17th – Come celebrate Halloween among desert animals. There will be a pumpkin patch, socially-distant games, a scavenger hunt and more!
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