What’s Happening: Fall in Lubbock

Oct 11, 2019
McKenna Dowdle

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What’s Happening: Fall in Lubbock

It’s fall, y’all! October is arguably the best month of the year (in my opinion) and I am here for it. Lucky for us, Lubbock has the perfect selection of fall festivities to kick off the pumpkin spice and cool weather obsessions. Whether you enjoy racing through a corn maze with the family, getting scared at a haunted house or anything in between, Lubbock has you covered! Take a look at what is going on this fall: 

At’l Do Farms

Kick off spooky season with a good old fashioned corn maze! Make your way through the extravagant designs carved into the field and try not to get lost! As you make your way through the maze enjoy the delicious, salty-sweet homemade kettle corn. As you finish, stop by the corn cannon and aim for the bullseye! Visitors can also see animals at the petting zoo or take a hayride to the pumpkin patch and pick the perfect jack for carving.

 

Open Tuesday – Sunday 

Admission: $10

Campfire: $30

Horse Rides: $5

For more info, visit their website

Pumpkin Trail

Nothing says fall magic like a pathway of 2,000 lit jack-o-lanterns. Located in Clapp Park, the Pumpkin Trail is the perfect outing for families with small children, first dates and anyone who loves carved pumpkins! 

 

Open October 17-20

Admission: Free

For more info, click here

Grape Day

Calling all wine lovers! Join Llano Estacado Winery in celebrating 43 years of award-winning Texas winemaking. Throughout the day enjoy self-guided tours through the winery and vineyard, wander through local art booths, taste free wine samples and peruse through local vendors, listen to the live music by Bo Garza and much more. As the largest wine event of the year, commemorate your Grape Day festivities for just $15 when you purchase a wine glass filled with tickets to your choice of either six wine tastings or two glasses of wine to be enjoyed throughout the day. 

 

Date: October 26

Admission: Free

For more info, click here

Adventure Park’s Haunted Woods

Adventure Park brings a whole new meaning to adrenaline during their Haunted Woods event! This venture into the forest is not for the faint of heart. If you enjoy being scared, haunted hallows and screams around every corner, this is the perfect adventure for you! Warning: you may experience excessive screaming and nightmares.

 

Open every Thursday – Saturday in October

Admission: $13.99 + tax

For more info on Haunted Woods and other fall events, visit the Adventure Park website

Nightmare on 19th

Voted as the third must-see haunted house in Texas in 2019, Nightmare on 19th will shake you to your core. As West Texas’ only haunted theme park, they have achieved the ultimate level of freaky in each of their attractions: Krampus 3D, Dead Doll Island, The Wasteland and Blood Moon Manor. This is the perfect fall outing for the thrill seekers and adrenaline junkies! If you love haunted houses, this is a can’t miss. 

 

Open: All weekends through October

Admission: $20 weeknights, $25 weekends

For more info, visit their website

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