Updated October 18,2021

It's time to start thinking about costumes, candy, fun and spooky events to celebrate Halloween. We have a growing list of Fall Festivals, Trunk or Treats and Haunted Houses to enjoy this month.


  House of Horrors and Trail of Terrors

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5301 West 7th Street in Texarkana Texas. Open Every Friday and Saturday in October. Fun starts at 7 PM


Dancing Ranch Farms Fall Festival in Fouke

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490 Miller County 218 close to Fouke, Ar. There is the Rum Dum’s Funhouse, Corn Maze, Pumpkin Patch, Haunted Hay Rides and games for the kids. A concession stand with snacks and drinks available for purchase. More details on their Facebook page. kids under 2 are free. ages 3 -10  $12 and 11 years and up $15.

Open in October:
Fridays 7 PM-Midnight
Saturday Family Friendly Hours 4;30 PM -6:30 PM 
Saturdays 6:30 PM to Midnight.

The Fall Festival at Spring Lake Park

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Thursday, October 21st at Spring Lake Park. 5 PM - 7 PM  Hayrides, Costume contest, Pumpkin decorating contest plus games and it all ends with the movie Cruella. More information on their Facebook page


Circle J Cowboy Church in Texarkana, Arkansas


Fall Festival Saturday, October 23. Fun for the whole family with games and activities for the kids. A cakewalk, face painting and hot dogs. Open from 6 PM to 8 PM More Details on their Facebook page


3rd Annual Trunk or Treat Drive-Thru Event at Spring Lake Park

The City of Texarkana, Texas Parks & Texarkana, Texas Police Departments are back again this year with the drive-thru Trunk or Treat, Saturday, October 30 at Spring Lake Park. Open from 4 PM -7 PM. If you would like to help pass out candy call (903) 798-3978. Volunteers are encouraged to wear costumes. More details on the Facebook Events page 

Crossties Fall Festival Downtown Texarkana

Alexander Novikov

Crossties along with other businesses downtown will host the 2nd Annual Fall Festival and Carnival Downtown. Saturday, October 30. Fun for the whole family from 1 PM to 5 PM  Then later that night adult fun starting at 8 PM.  More details at Crossties Facebook page.

Haunted Hall at Hempstead Hall in Hope, Ar.

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Thursday, October 28 through Saturday, October 30. There will be a mad scientist’s laboratory, a haunted maze, a demented doll museum and an escape room.  Activities for all ages and you can choose your 'fright level'. Tickets are $5 all ages and will guarantee unlimited access for one day. UAHT Students get in for free. Check their Facebook page for more details and to get tickets online.

 SpookFest at The Sportsplex by Healthcare Express

Catherine Yeulet

Saturday, October 30 Trick or Treating starts at 4 PM. There will also be Halloween bingo, a photo booth, crafts, carnival games, and even an extra spooky SAW themed escape room. at 7:30 PM there will be a showing of Hocus Pocus under the stars. Bring a lawn chair or blanket. A concession stand will be there with food and drinks for purchase. More information on Facebook

If you know of any Fall Festivals or Haunted Houses please let us know so we can add them to this grown list of events. Email Lisa.Lindsey@townsquaremedia.com

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