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Fall Festivals and Halloween Events


Check out our 2020 post here

Fall is not fall unless you go to a festival. Pumpkins, cooler weather (well, it is still Arizona, so maybe under 100!), corn mazes, and family fun are a must in the fall. There are so many farms in and around the valley that have great fall events, as well as cities that have boo bashes and festivals too!

We also have a fun list of all FREE events! They are also duplicated on this page, but if you want free only, check this post out!

Mortimer Farms Sweet Corn Festival

    • 10am-6pm August 27th and 28th.
    • farm animal kingdom buckaroo pony corner, farm slide, corn bath, straw maze, barrel train, bounce playhouse farmland, roping dummies, water rides, corn crazy competitions
    • farm produce for sale and family friendly hayrides
    • admission is $3.00 per person, under 3 are free!
  • get a country classic meal for $7. pulled pork sandwich, beans, corn on the cob and cake.

Date Creek Ranch Apple FestivalDate Creek Rd (off of rt 93)(turn right at highway mile marker 117.5) Four miles of dirt rd lead to ranch!

  • September 3rd and 4th 7am-3pm (as long as supplies last, Sept 5th if there is anything left
  • Apple festival 1.25 a lb

Fiesta de Septiembre 160 North Valentine Street Wickenburg

  • September 3rd 11am-6pm at Wickenburg Community Center
  • Learn about early families, Latin Band, Mariachi Music, folklorico dancers
  • Food, beverage booths, kids zone
  • Wreath, salsa Margarita and Guacamole
  • $5 adult admission at the door, ages 20 and under free


Tardeada Latina-91st-94th Avenue and Van Buren St (Paseo De Luces)

  • September 17th-18th (Starts Saturday and Sunday at 1pm)
  • Food trucks, live entertainment, kids zone, FREE entrance
  • Crafts, dance party, yarn game, hula hoop, jump rope contest for kids!

Oktoberfest Litchfield ParkThe Wigwam-300 Wigwam Lane, Litchfield Park

  • September 17th 6-9pm
  • $10 Per Person, children 12 and under free
  • German music, dancing, games and beer. Admission does not include food or beverage

Brazilian Day Festival-Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts 7380 E 2nd Street Scottsdale

  • Saturday September 24th
  • 2pm-10pm
  • $15 per adult, 7 for 11 and under, Kids 2 and under free
  • Indoor and outdoors
  • dancing, music, food, vendors

Spooktacular Golf at Golfland Sunsplash-155 W Hampton Ave, Mesa

  • Friday and Saturday nights starting September 30th, Fall break and Sunday Oct. 30th and 31st. 7.99 adults, 6.99 kids
  • Haunted house/The Gauntlet also available (ages 13+)

Fear Farm-2209 N 99th Avenue Phoenix

  • Weekends starting September 30th (including Thursdays, and nightly 19-31st of october). 7pm-12am
  • Prices start at 24.99 per night. Hay ride $10 extra.
  • Best for teens and up

San Tan Oktoberfest 3 S. Arizona Ave, Chandler

  • 3pm-11pm October 1st 2016
  • At Bashas tickets $10 or SanTan Brewing or online for $12
  • Polka music, German Food, craft beer, beer games, family zone


MacDonald’s Ranch-26540 N Scottsdale Rd, Scottsdale

  • October 1st-October 31st, Mondays-9am-5pm (Halloween closed at 1pm), Tuesday CLOSED, Wed-Sunday 9am-5pm
  • $10 tickets each for adults and children on weekdays, $12 per person on Saturday and Sundays (babies under 1 are free)
  • $1 discount for Veterans and first responders, Discounts for food drive (bring one can and get one dollar off-one dollar off maximum per ticket)
  • Thursdays in October is Parents/Grandparents appreciation day-Parents and grandparents receive $2 off their ticket price
  • Petting zoo, hay maze, pan for gold, Western games, western town, hayride, train ride all included
  • Additional cost-pony rides, BBQ, Vendors, Feed petting zoo and pumpkins

Mortimer Farms Pumpkin Festival -12907 AZ-169, Dewey, AZ 86327

  • Weekends in October Friday, Saturday and Sunday only.
  • 15 acre pumpkin patch, corn maze, farm activities, live entertainment, barn dance
  • farm animal kingdom buckaroo pony corner, farm slide, corn bath, straw maze, barrel train, bounce playhouse farmland, roping dummies, water rides, corn crazy competition
  • farm produce for sale and family friendly hayrides
  • Haunted hayride
  • $15 per person, children under 3 are free

Mother Nature’s Farm 1663 E. Baseline Rd, Gilbert

  • October 1st-October 31st
  • $10 per child which includes a pumpkin, and an individual bag of stickers to decorate, $3.00 per adult (no pumpkin)
    • hayride, straw bounce, air bounce, feeding animals and Alexander’s Adventure
    • Food available for purchase but you can bring your own.

Rocker 7 Farm Patch- 19601 W Broadway Rd Buckeye

  • Fridays and Saturdays 9am-6pm, 11-6pm Sunday
  • $10 per person, children in Diapers free
  • Corn maze, barrel train, jumping pillow, sunflower field, hay/wagon ride, petting zoo, tractor tire playground (see our post from last year for the experience!)
  • Pumpkin patch and concessions are extra


Schnepf Farms Festival  24810 S Rittenhouse Road, Queen Creek

  • Weekends in October
  • Admission $18.00 plus tax at gate or $15.00 at any Fry’s Store (children 2 and under are free)
  • Admission includes hayrides, roller coaster, swinging lady bugz, honeybee adventure, flying farmers ride, carousel rides, jumping pillows, petting zoo, country road rally, rock climbing wall, mini golf, bonfires, marshmallow roasting, 4 acre corn maze 10 acre celebrity corn maze, farmhouse museum, Hillbilly Bob’s Pig Races, entertainment, extreme canine dog show, lil farmers Play Yard, Gypsy Time travelers, Mountain slides, pumpkin Launch, Fireworks (Friday and Saturday nights)
    • Does NOT include train rides, pony rides, food, pumpkins, some crafts

Tolmachoff Farms Pumpkin Days and Corn Maze5726 N 75th Ave Glendale

  • October 1-November 6th
    • October Hours-Closed Mondays, Tuesday-Thursday 12noon-8pm, Friday 12noon-11pm, Saturday 10a-11pm, Sunday 10am-8pm.
    • November Hours-Monday-Wednesday Closed, Thursday&Friday 12noon-8pm, Saturday 10am-8pm, Suday 10am-5pm
  • Admission $10 per person ages 2 and up-includes family and mini maze, petting zoo, play areas, jumping pillow, bounce house (weekends only)
    • additional cost-pumpkins, train ride (weekends only $2) Food vendors and tomato cannon (Oct weekends only)

AZ Field of Screams- (at Tolmachoff Farms) 5726 N 75th Ave Glendale, AZ

  • October-Friday-Saturday and Halloween night, 7pm-11pm (last ticket sold at 10pm).
  • $17.00 Per person-all ages


Vertuccio Farms Corn Maze and Fall Festival 4011 S Power Rd Mesa, AZ 85212

  • October 1st -November 6th, Monday-Thursday 9am-9pm, Friday-Saturday 9am-10pm, Sunday 10am-6pm
  • $9 per person ages 2 and younger free
  • 7 acre corn maze, new giant jump pad, extreme air pillow, giant tube slide, mini hay maze, hop along ponies, duck races, pedal carts, 1 barrel train ride, 1 tractor train ride, petting zoo.
  • Season passes available for $25.


ParkFest Peoria-Sunnyslope Park, 9280 N 71st Ave Peoria

  • October 1st 6-9pm
  • Events are free and can include inflatables, free food, face painting and more

Children’s Learning and Plan FestivalWestworld Scottsdale 16601 N Pima Rd Scottsdale

  • October 1 2016 9am-4pm
  • Free admission, parking is $5
  • Chalk Festival with kids area
  • Entertainment and Speakers
  • Children’s Learning information
  • Play Palooza-kids ride and play area

Oktoberfest Buckeye300 East Highway 85 

  • October 6th-9th
  • carnival

Arizona State Fair-1826 W McDowell Rd, Phoenix, AZ

  • October 7th-30th Mondays and Tuesdays Closed, Wednesday and Thursdays noon-9pm, Friday noon-10pm, Saturday 10am-10pm, Sunday 10am-9pm
  • Admission:$10 Adults, $5 children (5-13) and Seniors
  • Food, rides, Concerts

Tempe Oktoberfest/Four Peaks Oktoberfest at Tempe Town Lake– Rio Salado Parkway

  • Friday October 7 (5pm-midnight), Saturday, October 8th (noon-midnight), Sunday October 9th (noon-6pm)
  • Kinderfest too-Lego Center, Juggle performances and lessons, German Catle, video games, arts and crafts,
  • children 12 and under free (other than carnival games and rides!)

Fall Festival-Nadaburg Elementary School21419 W Dove Valley Rd Wittman

  • October 8th 9am-11am
  • Free admission
  • Bounce houses, pony rides, petting zoo, face painting, carnival games, food, music, cake walk

Railfair at McCormick Stillman Railroad Park

  • October 8th and 9th
  • Free Tour of the Roald Amundsen Pullman car and Scottsdale Railroad museum
  • Train rides and Carousel $2 per person per ride.


Brick or Treat-Legoland Discovery CenterArizona Mills Mall

  • October 8th & 9th, 15&16th 22nd&23rd, 29th&30th
  • brick or treat facotry brick (while supplies last)
  • trick or treater scavenger hunt
  • costume contests at noon, 2pm and 4pm every Saturday and Sunday
  • Halloween Mask Build, Pumpkin patch (build your own pumpkin)
  • Bring your own minifigures to trade


Sea Life Aquarium Halloween Spooktacular-Arizona Mills Mall

  • Every Saturday and Sunday October 10th-31st
  • View underwater pumpkin carvers, costume contests.
  • Spooky workshops for an additional $3

St. Rose Oktoberfest-2825 W Rose Canyon Circle, Phoenix (Anthem)

  • Friday October 14th 5-9pm, Saturday October 15th 11-9:30pm
  • Children’s Puppet Show, pumpkin patch, live and silent auctions, beer garden, german food, variety of food trucks, live music and fireworks. Admission is free

Movie in the Park-Halloween Style-8135 W Lone Cactus Dr Peoria

  • Saturday October 15th 5-9pm
  • Hotel Transylvania 2
  • Children’s costume contest
  • Free giveaways
  • DJ, Food Trucks, Bounce house

Peoria GAIN Night-Pioneer Community Park 83rd and Olive

  • inflatables, face painting

Pioneer Harvest Fest3901 W Pioneer Road Phoenix

  • October 15th, 16th, 22nd, 23rd, 29th and 30th
  • 2 and under free, ages 3-16 $8, all others $10 per ticket.
  • Pumpkin Patch, hay rides, gold panning, food , live music and more

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Surprise Fiesta-Hollyhock and Grande Avenues

  • Saturday October 15th 3-9pm
  • Free admission, fun zone for kids, car show, entertainment
  • Mariachi, Bands, classic car show, authentic Mexican food

GAIN Night Avondale/Tolleson 10207 Country Place Blvd Avondale/Tolleson

  • Friday October 21st 5-8pm
  • Free, star wars frozen, Phoenix Police and fire departments and Tolleson fire department

Halloween Harvest Festival El Mirage – 14010 N El Mirage Rd, El Mirage

  • Friday October 21 5-9pm Gentry park

Movies On Main Mesa-150 W Pepper Place

  • Friday October 21 6:30-10pm
  • costume party and contests
  • bring your own blankets and chairs

Halloween Spooktacular and Car ShowShops at Norterra 2460 W Happy Valley Rd Phoenix

  • Friday October 21 6-8pm
  • car show, trunk or treating, costume contests for kids, families and pets, kids dance party, games prizes
  • food sampling
  • bring canned food for donations to St. Mary’s Food bank

The Great Pumpkin Festival- Desert Botanical Gardens 1201 N Galvin Parkway, Phoenix.

  • October 21-23rd Friday-8:30am-noon, Saturday& Sunday 8:30am-3pm
  • Adults $22, Seniors $20, Students 13-18 $12, Children 3-12 $10 and under 3 free
  • Family friendly music, 1 pumpkin per child 12 and under, family entertainment, farm animals and carnival style games
  • Food concessions, pony rides and harvest market are additional charge.

Billy Moore Days-Avondale –328 Western Avenue, Avondale

  • Friday October 21st (6pm-10pm), Saturday October 22nd (10am-10pm), Sunday October 23rd (2pm-10pm)
  • Carnival rides, festival, musical performances, beer garden, fireworks on Saturday

The Haunted Harbor at Lake “Un-Pleasant”Pleasant Harbor Marina 40202 N 87th Ave

  • October 21st and 22nd, 28th and 29th 6:30-10pm,
  • $10 Per Person, 10 and under free ($6 gate fee refunded with purchase of Haunted Harbor admission ticket.
  • Food trucks, face painting, DJ, Barrel Train rides, cotton candy, hot air balloon rides, zombie cornhole, trick or treating, kids party, hayr rides, movies lakeside

Dunkin For PumpkinsEl Dorado Pool ) (2301 N Miller Rdand McDowell Pool (15525 N Thompson Pekak Pkway Scottsdale

  • October 22nd 1-3pm
  • Pools will be heated
  • $10 admission per person includes 1 pumpkin per person, swimming and decoration of pumpkin, while supplies last
  • Sign up at at

Family Fun Fair3010 E Thunderbird Rd Phoenix

  • Saturday October 22nd at 4pm-7pm
  • Free for families with special needs children
  • Food, drinks, snacks, games with prizes, live music, meet and greet with Tinkerbell and Cincerella, petting zoo, hay rides

Fourteen Six Christian Church Harvest Fest-157175 W Mondell Rd

  • October 22nd 6-8pm
  • Bounce houses trunk or treat, games and food

Boo Fest Phoenix-35th Ave and Pinnacle Peak Road-Paseo Highlands Park

  • October 22nd 6-9pm
  • Carnival Games, hay rides, pumpkin patch, hanuted train ride, costume parades, climbing wall, inflatable bouncers,live music

Goodyear Ballpark Fall Festival -1933 S Ballpark Way

  • October 22nd 5-9pm
  • Trackless train rides, pummpkin patch, 24ft rock wall, inflatable activitites, costume contests, trick-or-treating, corn hole, potato sack races, photo stations, friends of library book sale, arts and crafts, performances by local dance and martial arts groups.


ParkFest PeoriaCountry Meadows Park 11098 W Butler Drive

  • Saturday October 22nd 6-9pm
  • The events are free and can include inflatables, free food, face painting and more

Queen Creek Trunk or Treat Town Center 21802 S Ellsworth Rd

  • Saturday, October 22nd 5-9pm
  • Town provides all candy to be given out at event
  • admission is free
  • Bubblemaniacs bubble zone, candy drive, carnival games and play zone, entertainment, teen zombie film festival

Autumnfest Anthem -41703 N Gavilan Peak Parkway (Phoenix)

  • October 22nd-23rd ACC Community Park
  • arts, crafts vendors, carnival rides, pumpkin picking and live entertainment.
  • Pumpkin patch ($5 dollars each)
  • Kid’s Zone (fee asssociated) hayrides, photos

Family Fun Fair3010 E Thunderbird Rd Phoenix

  • Saturday October 22nd at 4pm-7pm
  • Free for families with special needs children
  • Food, drinks, snacks, games with prizes, live music, meet and greet with Tinkerbell and Cincerella, petting zoo, hay rides

Dia De Los Muertos Phoenix– Steele Indian School Park 300 E Indian School Rd Phoenix

  • October 23rd
  • 12noon-6pm
  • Mask making, community altar, musical petting zoo, sugar skull decorating, healthy living activities, face painting, artists mercado, La procesion.
  • Free Admission

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Adora Trails Treat Street-7488 S Portland Court, Gilbert, AZ

  • Tuesday October 25th 5:30-8:30pm
  • Free Event
  • Halloween trick or treating at five model homes, rides, corn maze, petting zoo. photo ops with superheroes, swords, carnival games
  • Food donation requested-one can of food per person (but it is optional)


Arrowhead Lexus Trunk or Treat-9238 W Bell Rd, Peoria

  • Wednesday October 26th from 5pm-7pm
  • Games, treats, food trucks

Itty Bitty Monster Bash Surprise- Countryside Recreation Center 15038  N Parkview Place2016 itty bitty monster bash-page-001

  • Friday, October 28th 10am-12noon
  • Music, Dancing, games, crafts, snacks and fun
  • Adults free, Children (residents) $10, Non-residents $15

Time Machine’s Trunk or Treat Car ShowBell and 303 (Sam’s Club Parking Lot)

  • Friday October 28th starting at 5pm
  • Trunk or treating
  • $10 admission if entering a car-and bring candy
  • Special awards for best car and best costume

Chandler Halloween SpooktacularDr AJ Candler Park 3 S Arizona Ave

  • Friday October 28th 5:30pm-8:30pm
  • Free admission
  • Games- bowling, pinatas, cupcake walks, carnival games, broom races, haunted house, pumpkin cemetary, inflatable corn maze, trunk or treat, costume contest, snack bar

Getting Arizona Involved in Neighborhoods (GAIN Night) Litchfield Park-255 W Wigwam Blvd

  • October 28th 5-8pm
  • During School’s fall carnival

Time Machine’s Trunk or Treat Car ShowBell and 303 (Sam’s Club Parking Lot)

  • Friday October 28th starting at 5pm
  • Trunk or treating
  • $10 admission if entering a car-and bring candy
  • Special awards for best car and best costume

Marley Park’s Annual Fall Festival 15042 West Sweetwater Rd, Surprise, AZ

  • Friday October 28th from 6-9pm
  • $10 for armbands for school age children. Children 5 and under and adults free

Foothills Neighborhood Halloween Event – 5600 W Union Hills Drive

  • Friday October 28th 6-9pm
  • Children ages 10 and younger-candy, activities, carnival games, photo opportunities, temporary tattoos, train rides (fee), costume parade, arts and crafts
  • $4 residents, $5 non residents, parents are free

Rancho Gabriela Elementary School Fall Festival 15272 W Gabriela Dr Surprise

  • October 28th 5:30-8:30pm

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Haunted Maze Surprise -Sierra Montana Recreation Center 14861 N Spring Lane

  • October 28th-29th 6-9pm
  • All ages welcome
  • $5 entry per person
  • Children under 11 must be accompanied by an adult

Phoenix Zoo Howl-O-Ween -455 N Galvin Pkwy, Phoenix, AZ

  • October 28th and 29th from 6:30-10pm
  • Merry and scary tricks and treats for the whole family. Merry activities are for the whole family-$D Theater, Camel Rides, Character meet and greet, trick or treat trail, pumpkin pathway
  • Scary activities for 8 and up-Urban legend way, Maskillrade ball, Haunt for Dead October, Zombie Road, Vampires awakening, clown asylum, monster train tour and Phoenix Arizona Paranormal Society

Halloween Spooktacular at Momma’s Organic Market9744 W Northern Avenue Peoria

  • October 29th 9am-2pm
  • Trick or treat with vendors and stores.
  • Ice Princess and Latina Princess will be there 10am-2pm
  • Costumes encouraged, free activities, free admission.

Kool Fm Car Show-Westgate (Glendale and 101) North and East Lots

  • October 29th 9am-3pm
  • Classic car show and huge trunk or treat and raffle prizes
  • adult and halloween contests

City of Surprise Adaptive Fall FestivalSierra Montana Recreational Center-14861 N Spring Ln

  • Saturday October 29th 5:30-7:30pm
  • $5 per person, all ages (in advance) $6 at the door
  • Created for individuals with disabilities and their families
  • Costume contest, games, snacks, candy, prizes, music and optional haunted house.

Getting Arizona Involved in Neighborhoods (GAIN) Night15960 N Bullard Ave

  • Saturday, October 29th 6pm-9pm
  • entertainment, activities, and trick or treating!
  • bring canned food donation. Every 2 cans of food will get you a raffle ticket for some great prizes

SRF Balloons Spooktacular Salt River Fields at Talking Stick 7555 N Pima Road Scottsdale

  • October 28th and 29th 5pm-10pm
  • Adult $15, children $10 (children 3-12 years. 2 and under free)
  • 4,000 pounds of candy to trick or treaters, 20 hot air balloons, live music, food and beverage, kidz zone (included in admission) vendor market, tethered ballons rides, haunted trail (included in admission ) and fireworks.

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76th Annual Halloween Carnival Buckeye-Earl Edgar Recreational Complex 500 S Miller Rd

  • October 29th, 2016
  • 6-9pm
  • carnival games , mystery bingo, food drink and more
  • free entrance

Trunk or TreatLa Casa De Cristo Luteran Church 6300 E Bell Rd, Scottsdale

  • October 29th 6:30-8:30pm
  • treats


Halloween Monster Bash!Peoria Sports Complex 16101 N 83rd Ave

  • Saturday October 29th from 5-9pm
  • parade of costumes, trick or treating, inflatable activities, carnival games, interactive games, rock wall make-n-take crafts
  • Free admission with canned food item to help support St Mary’s Westside food bank.
  • some activities require minimal fee. Food and beverage will be available for purchase


Kid’s Halloween Cruise8708 W Harbor Blvd Peoria

  • Saturday October 29th 4pm-6pm
  • $20 per adult, $5 per child
  • Costume contest
  • See our review of a regular cruise here

Malloween at Desert Ridge Marketplace-21001 N Tatum Blvd Phoenix

  • October 29th 3-5pm
  • trick or treat, music, prizes and fun
  • costume contest

Tempe Family Halloween CarnivalKiwanis Park Guadalupe and All American Way

  • Saturday October 29th from 5pm-9pm
  • free event
  • carnival games, live entertainment, face painting, food booths, train rides, inflatables, toddler area.
  • Food booths for tickets
  • Costume contest

Surprise Family Karate-303 and Greenway

  • October 29th 6-9pm
  • Trunk or Treat, games vendors, costume contests and more

Trunk or TreatLa Casa De Cristo Luteran Church 6300 E Bell Rd, Scottsdale

  • October 29th 6:30-8:30pm
  • treats

Sonoran Spooktacular Howloween Fest20304 W White Tank Mountain Rd

  • Saturday October 29th 7pm-930pm
  • treak or treat along liminary lit desert trail
  • themed games
  • Area 4 and cost is $6 per vehicle
  • Barrier free

Trunk or Treat-North Scottsdale United Methodist Church 11735 North Scottsdale Rd

  • Sunday October 30th 4-6pm
  • Free, trick or treating, carnival games, snow cones, bouncer
  • Food trucks available selling dinner
  • Costume parade
  • Trophies

Trick or Treat Mesa 18 West Main Street-38 W M Street Mesa

  • October 31st
  • 11am-2pm.
  • games and activities
  • trick or treating for the littles


Kroc or Treat at Kroc-Tober-1375 E Broadway Rd Phoenix

  • October 31st 4:30-7pm
  • Free Event
  • Trck or treating, costume contests and prizes!

Trunk or TreatMeadows Baptist Church 3701 W Beardsley Rd Glendale

  • October 31st 6pm-8pm
  • candy, games, prizes for the family.

Halloween in The Hills (Fountain Hills) –Avenue of the Fountains

  • October 31st, 2016
  • 5-8pm
  • Free carnival games
  • Bounce houses and trick or treating (5-8pm)
  • Food for purchase
  • Thriller dancing
  • costume contests

Trunk Or Treat-Aspire Church/Arizona Charter Academy Surprise 16025 N Dysart Road)

  • October 31st 6pm-8pm
  • Trunk or treating
  • AZ Fry Guy
  • Candy and activities

Trunk or Treat and Party-Hope Ghapel Glendale 17417 N 63rd Ave

  • Monday, October 31 6pm-8pm
  • Free
  • Games, candy, petting zoo, corn maze, food trucks (concessions at food truck for sale, everything else is free
  • pumpkin patch, popcorn and prizes

Farm Days at Phoenix Zoo

Novemer 4th and 5th 10am-4pm

  • Cowboys, Cowgirls giddyup. Join your favorite barnyard animals for two days of good ol country fun at the WILDEST Hootneanny in town featuring wagon rides, games, crafts, farmers meet and greets, goat training and more. Activities included with zoo admission

Harvest Festival at Enchanted Island Amusement Park

  • November 19th and 20th 11am06pm
  • $7 for unlimited access Harvest, Hayride or pony ride
  • corn box, petting zoo, rockwall, games, face painting, amusement park rides (under 54″ $20″ over 54″ 12.00
  • Recieve $1.00 off per person per canned food donation
  • No coupons, VIPS, Coupons for all day passes or any other discounts or internet deals


  1. Avatar Hazel on August 19, 2016 at 8:22 am

    Thank you for all your dedication to keep us well informed.
    Blessings, H

    • Vicki Vicki on August 19, 2016 at 11:28 am

      Thank you so much Hazel!

  2. Avatar Sayra on September 18, 2016 at 9:49 am

    I have been searching for a site like this! Thank you

    • Vicki Vicki on September 18, 2016 at 6:27 pm

      Thanks Sayra! Tell your friends!

  3. Avatar Randi on September 18, 2016 at 1:37 pm

    Been looking for some fun free things to do with the kids this fall… Thank you for compiling this, Vicki! 🙂

    • Vicki Vicki on September 18, 2016 at 6:27 pm

      You’re welcome!! Thanks for the comment, Randi!

      • Avatar Heidi marquez on October 10, 2016 at 2:05 pm

        Thank you for this site I was looking for things to do with the grand kids we only see them every other weekend and I wanted to take them to a fun Halloween event and on your site I found plenty to do with them this week end.

        • Vicki Vicki on October 10, 2016 at 2:06 pm

          Thank you Heidi! I always appreciate the compliments!!

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  5. Avatar Fitmom on October 21, 2016 at 7:51 pm

    Thank you so much for this site. I recently moved to Surprise and found it quite boring for kids. I had no idea there was so much to do in October. Not so boring anymore.

    • Vicki Vicki on October 21, 2016 at 8:21 pm

      Hi “Fitmom”!
      Yay glad to hear you found the site! We are working on our Christmas events list as well, and we have also reviewed over 150 locations around the valley, and aim for an adventure a week! Welcome to Surprise, and let me know if you have any questions or want recommendations for places to go for your kids ages.

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