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Tucson Halloween Happenings

There’s non-stop tricks and treats in Tucson, with options including:

  • Marana Pumpkin Patch and Farm Festival. Enjoy two corn mazes, a petting zoo, pumpkin patch, ziplining, jumping pillow and much more. Located at 14901 N. Wentz Road in nearby Marana ($12 per person).
  • Pumpkin Celebration and Corn Maze. Let Apple Annie’s Produce and Pumpkin’s help you scare up a good time at an old-fashioned farm. It’s the biggest corn maze in the state with two difficulty levels! Visit 6405 W. Williams Road in Willcox ($7 for adults)
  • Pumpkin Festival and Corn Maze: Buckelew Farm is another top choice with unlimited wagon rides, three corn mazes, an inflatable obstacle course and fun for the whole family. Find it at 17000 W. Ajo Way in Tucson ($10 per person).
  • Night of Fright: Pima Air and Space Museum is a non-scary Halloween event for all with trick or treating, pumpkin bean bag toss competitions, ring tosses, coloring stations, ghost bowling and plenty of sweet treats. Costumes are encouraged ($10 for those 13 and up).
  • Howl-o-Week: Head to Reid Park Zoo for costumed characters and spooky decorations. All ages are welcome and trick or treating is for all. ($9.50 per person).

You may also want to check out Trunk or Treat at Ott Family YMCA, the Harvest Fest at La Paloma Academy Central Campus, the Halloween Howl and Colossal Cave Mountain Park and Hallowine Party at The Living Room. Where will you scare up a good time?



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