Treasure Valley Fall Festivities

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The Farmstead – Home to Idaho’s original corn maze. Attractions include a pumpkin patch,  jumping pillow, pig races, cow train, hay rides, and the frightening Field of Screams.

Linder Farms – The official corn maze of the Boise State Broncos. Attractions include: barrel train rides, laser tag, a petting zoo, obstacle course,The Trail of Terror, and Zombie Acres, where you can help defend Idaho from zombie invasion.

Boo at the Zoo | Saturday, October 26– An annual Boise tradition, this year’s event at Zoo Boise is October 26th. Activities include: photos in the pumpkin patch, the bat toss, costumed characters handing out candy, face painting, and a costume contest. If you have young children,  check out Zoo Boise’s first annual Spooktacular, a merry-not-scary Halloween attraction. This tour features a variety of fun activities, animal encounters, and Halloween displays that cater to younger children.

Scarecrow Stroll 2014 – From September 16th – October 18th scarecrows can be found throughout the Idaho Botanical Garden. Vote for your favorite!

Frightened Felons – Enjoy a night of fright at the Old Idaho Penitentiary. Attractions include: games, actors dressed up like convicts of old, and more. Family night is October 25th and October 26th is 21 and over night. 

Haunted World -The Northwest’s largest haunted area with three attractions, Haunted World, Skullvania, and a corn maze.