Kids holding sparklers while carving jackolanterns.

Pumpkin Spice Everything! 4 Ways to Celebrate Fall in Fort Worth

Fall is one of my favorite seasons. The changing leaves are gorgeous, the weather begins to drop into a more comfortable territory, and suddenly pumpkin spice is everywhere! What better way to celebrate the new season than by trying these four Fort Worth activities?

From fall festivals to pumpkin patches, Fort Worth knows how to celebrate the fall season. Use this blog as your jumping-off point for making the most of the upcoming season in Fort Worth. Have a suggestion for a fall activity we haven’t covered here? Please leave us a comment!

We want to have as much fun as possible this fall in Fort Worth. Without further ado, here are four exciting Fall activities.

After Dark in the Park

Come on out for storytelling, karaoke, a pumpkin patch, bounces houses, and more! Held on October 7th in Arlington, this is a classic fall festival with all the trimmings.

Park in the River Legacy Park and hop on a free hayride to get to the event! Sip on hot chocolate or apple cider as you make your way through the many attractions, concessions, and activities of this wonderful event.

Hall’s Pumpkin Farm and Corn Maze

Cart full of pumpkins for sale.About 30 minutes outside of Downtown Fort Worth is the impressive Hall’s Pumpkin Farm. This is the perfect place to find your Halloween jack-o-lanterns, and have a blast while celebrating the fall season with your friends and neighbors.

You can purchase pumpkins and gourds of all sizes, hay bales, and even corn stalks! Walk through the Corn Maze for an adventure… but be warned, it may take a while to find your way out!

Boo at the Zoo

Treats, games, and animals: oh my! Boo at the Zoo is an awesome tradition at the Fort Worth Zoo. Guests come out for delicious treat stations, carnival games, animal shows, and so much more! During the day, events are free with zoo admission while treats and games require a treat coupon.

Prepare for some scary good fun in the middle of one of Fort Worth’s most beloved local attractions.

Hangman’s House of Horrors

Spooky looking jackolanterns lit up with candles.Reader beware, you’re in for a scare if you decide to hit up Hangman’s House of Horrors! Open every weekend in October, and Tuesday through Saturday on the week of Halloween, Hangman’s is an exciting adventure for older kids and adults.

Featuring three different attractions of horror, Hangman’s is guaranteed to scare. Don’t worry, though. The money raised from your admission ticket goes to a great charity cause.

Let’s Celebrate Fall!

It’s a great time to be in Fort Worth, Texas. If you’re ready to find your Texas dream home, give me a call today! I’d love to show you around the many different Fort Worth neighborhoods, and help you find the home that’s right for you.

I’m your Fort Worth expert, so let’s explore the area together.

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