How-O-Ween Dog Costume Contest at Downtown Summerlin
Head to Downtown Summerlin and dress you pup to impress for the annual Howl-O-Ween Dog Costume Contest. As part of Treat Street, this contest offers pups and their parents to show off their good looks. All proceeds from the event benefit The Animal Foundation. Registration is $20 for one animals and $30 for two. Register here.
HalloVeen at Opportunity Village
The famous Magical Forest transforms into a Halloween town during October. Tickets are $12 for adults and $10 for children 4-12. Proceeds benefit the work of Opportunity Village. Buy your tickets here.
Springs Preserve Haunted Harvest Spooktacular
Head to Springs Preserve for the annual Haunted Harvest. Enjoy a haunted maze, petting zoo, face painting and crafts for kids, performances and food! Entry is $8 and children 2 and under are free. Buy tickets here.
TRIQ or Treat and a Halloween Celebration at the LINQ
The LINQ honors Halloween this year with the Zombie Apocalypse. All Halloween weekend, you can enjoy music, face painting and an hourly drum line. Admission is $20.
Prepare to be scared at the famous Freakling Bros. Trilogy of Terror. This year features The Coven, Gates of Hell and Castle Vampyre. Gates of Hell is by far the scariest haunted house I’ve been and do not recommend it for the easily scared. Tickets start at $15 a house. Get tickets here.
Circus Circus Adventure Dome transforms into a haunted nightmare each year for Halloween. Filled with multiple house, scares and classic rides, Fright Dome is the ultimate Halloween experience. Tickets are $37.98. By tickets here.