10 Best Fall Festivals in 2018 for Families
Peoria Party in the Park
What: FREE Big screen outdoor Halloween themed family movie night, Food Truck Picnic & More featuring a big screen movie
Where: Paseo Verde Park - 7561 W. Greenway Rd, Peoria 85345
When: 10/6, 5-9 PM
El Mirage Halloween Harvest Festival
What: Free pumpkin to the first 600 families! Magician, costume contests, kids zone, vendors, food music, trick or treating, balloon artist and face painting as well. Ghostbusters will be there! Free admission.
Where: 14010 N El Mirage Rd, El Mirage 85335
When: 10/19, 5-9 PM
Ballpark Fall Festival
What: Celebrate Fall with us! Activities include costume contest, trick-or-treating, pumpkin patch, performances, community vendors and more. Free parking and admission. Nominal fee for some activities.
Where: 1933 S Ballpark Way, Goodyear 85338
When: 10/20, 5-9 PM
Halloween Monster Bash
What: Free admission with canned food item(s) to help support The St. Mary's/Westside Food Bank Alliance. Some activities require a minimal fee. Food and beverages available for purchase. Parade of costumes, trick or treating, inflatable activities, carnival games, rock wall, crafts, and more!
Where: 16101 N 83rd Ave, Peoria 85382
When: 10/27, 5-9 PM
The Haunted Harbor Trunk-N-Treat
What: Bring your best Halloween costume & enjoy family friendly movie lakeside at 7pm. Purchase your Halloween pumpkin from our Pumpkin Patch! There will be some fun Halloween Photo Ops with some spooky characters walking around! Food trucks will be there too. Remember to bring your chairs and blankets to enjoy the movie too!
Where: 8708 W. Harbor Blvd. Peoria 85383
When: 10/27, 9-5 PM
Halloween Balloon Spooktacular
What: Twenty hot-air balloons light up the sky while 4,000 pounds of candy spoil trick-or-treaters on the ground. Plus you can enjoy a haunted trail, food and beverages, a Kids Zone and fireworks.
Where: Salt River Fields at Talking Stick, 7555 N. Pima Road, Scottsdale
When: 10/28 + 10/29, 5-10 PM
What: Kids will enjoy magic shows, trick-or-treating, “Nature’s Nightmares” and more fun fare, while teens and adults experience zombies, vampires, an asylum and other dastardly frights. $12 general public, $10 members
Where: Phoenix Zoo, 455 N. Galvin Parkway, Phoenix
When: 10/28 + 10/29, 6:30-10 PM
Schnepf Farms Festival
What: Admission includes hayrides, roller coaster, swinging lady bug, honeybee adventure, flying farmers ride, carousel rides, fireworks, and SO much more!
Where: 24810 S Rittenhouse Road, Queen Creek
When: 10/4-10/28, 10am-9pm
What: Exciting carnival games, bingo, krazy cars, cake walk, petty zoo, pony rides, food and much more! Tickets can be purchased to participate in activities and are $.50 each. Activities and food range in cost from 1-10 tickets. All booths, food and activities are operated by local non-profit groups and 100% of the proceeds raised go back into our community.
When: 10/27, 5-9 PM
Where: Earl Edgar Recreational Facility. 500 S Miller Rd, Buckeye, Arizona 85326
Four Peaks Oktoberfest
What: Celebrate German-style with three days of live music, brats, and beer and extra fun like dachshund races, karaoke, carnival rides and more.
When: Oct 12th - Friday 5pm-12am, Oct 13 - Saturday 10am-12am, Oct 14 - Sunday 10am-6pm
Where: Tempe Beach Park 80 W Rio Salado Pkwy Tempe