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Las Vegas's Weekend Halloween Fun Guide: Oct 22nd - 25th

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We're only one weekend away from Halloween, Las Vegas, and the Halloween Fun is in full swing! If you haven't yet had a chance to check out one of the local haunts this year, then this weekend is your chance - there are tons of haunted houses, spook walks, and other haunted attractions open this weekend, and there are still plenty of pumpkins to be picked out there in the fields! With the holiday itself fast approaching, if you're a Halloween lover, you won't want to miss out on this weekend's scary-good fun - check out the list below to see what haunts are open in Las Vegas this weekend, and get a jump on the Halloween fun before the holiday arrives next weekend!

Freakling Bros. Trilogy of Terror
Las Vegas, NV
Open Friday 10/23, Saturday 10/24, Sunday 10/25 and 6 other dates
Established in 1976, Freakling Bros., has been and continues to remain a leader in the haunted attraction industry, with a reputation as 'one of the best in the business' for over 30 years by concentrating on primal fears, relying on the power of live performers, and employing the art of theatrical i
Bonnie Screams
Las Vegas, NV
Open Friday 10/23, Saturday 10/24, Sunday 10/25 and 6 other dates
We are located in Red Rock Canyon, where travelers in the 1800's trecked the Spanish Trail towards the west coast. This was no easy journey, many of these people died from the desert's unforgiving climate.
Springs Preserve Haunted Harvest
Las Vegas, NV
Open Friday 10/23, Saturday 10/24, Sunday 10/25 and 2 other dates
Spooktacular fun for all ages awaits those who dare enter the Spring Preserve's annual Haunted Harvest. The family-friendly event features a haunted house, trick or treat stations, carnival games, live entertainment, a petting zoo, and much more spooktacular fun.
Gilcrease Orchard
Las Vegas, NV
Open Saturday 10/24, Sunday 10/25 and 3 other dates
Gilcrease Orchard offers a unique and fun environment where people can come and pick their own produce. There are also fieldtrips available for schools by contacting the personel.



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