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10 Fun Fall Activities in Tarrant County

10 Fun Fall Activities in Tarrant County

It’s fall and while we don’t get the beauty of leaves turning yellow, orange and red like in the Northeast, us Northeast Tarrant County folks get to revel in crisp weather and a winning Dallas Cowboys football team (finally)! On top of that, our family oriented communities and close proximity to Dallas and Fort Worth leave us with plenty of activities to do! See our list of 10 Fun Fall Activities below!

1. Hall’s Pumpkin Farm and Corn Maze in Grapevine

Nestled between Dallas and Fort Worth and just west of DFW airport is one of the coolest spots to celebrate fall and the beautiful harvest it brings! There’s a corn maze, hayrides, and pumpkins and gourds galore that’ll also make for a great Instagram photo op! The best part, general admission is free! You’ll definitely want to check this Grapevine spot out! http://www.hallspumpkinfarm.net/

2. GrapeYard in Grapevine

Get your tickets in advance for this popular Grapevine event! A scary soiree appropriate for the whole family. Enjoy haunted hayrides, two stages of “undead” entertainment, mazes, food and more! Also, Grapevine residents, make sure to sign up for your free tickets now! All other attendees must also pay $10 for admission.


3. Henrietta Creek Orchard in Roanoke

Feel like hand-picking the perfect fruits for your fall pies or soups? You must check out Henrietta Creek Orchard in Roanoke! This family-owned farm also has over 500 dwarf apple trees, 300 peach trees, and a pizza garden that holds tomatoes, garlic, peppers, and other yummy herbs.


4. Six Flags Over Texas Fright Fest in Arlington

Looking for thrills and shrills? For the bold and daring, Arlington’s Six Flags Over Texas theme park holds an annual Fright Fest on the grounds with 8 haunted house attractions, 5 musical productions, and the park is also covered in spooky characters and decorations.


5. Hoot n’ Howl in North Richland Hills

Sponsored by the City of North Richland Hills and Life Church, Hoot n’ Howl is a great and also a safe alternative to Halloween Trick or Treating.  This annual event also hosts a costume contest, live entertainment, carnival rides, bounce houses and more.


6. 106.1 Kiss Halloween Party in Grapevine

Looking for an adults-only kind of Halloween? Join the annual 106.1 Halloween party hosted by DJ Junior at the Glass Cactus Night Club. Furthermore, you can enjoy 4 bars, great music and creative cocktails. Located at the Gaylord Texan Resort in Grapevine.


7. Halloween Decoration and Costumes in Hurst

Halloween City in Hurst, TX offers a huge selection of Halloween costumes and SPOOKtacular designs for your Halloween party. You are also sure to find something you amazing in this big department store-like building.


8. Monster Mash in Southlake

Attention young boos and ghouls! Come join a family friendly Monster Mash in Southlake’s Town Square Lobby for dances, door prizes, a costume contest. There will also be games, snacks and more.


9. Night Wathman Tour in Grapevine

Learn about Grapevine’s haunted past on this fun tour presented by D’Vine Wine of Grapevine.


10. Lonestar Film Festival in Fort Worth

Finally, crisp autumn air is always a sign that Fort Worth’s most famous festival is coming to town. Join cerebral minds and also bask in the movie glow of Hollywood’s most anticipated films.