Haunted houses, creepy corn mazes and donning dogs in costumes – it’s finally Halloween in the Tri-Valley! We’ve put together a list of family-friendly festivities along with spine-tingling spooks happening this Halloween. Check out what tricks and treats the Tri-Valley has in store this Halloween season, including pumpkin patches, special events, and fun fall activities.
Featuring hay bale rides, petting zoo, pumpkin bowling, Old West Town, large inflatable slide, pumpkin patch, Halloween photo opportunities, and more!
Featuring carnival rides, Halloween-themed photo opportunities, animal observation corral, seed planting station, and wagons for pumpkin picking.
Featuring a large corn maze, hay rides, cow trains, jump pillows, and pony rides (weekends), plus a huge pumpkin selection.
Visit The Wave in Dublin for a special Halloween pumpkin picking experience located in their indoor pool. Fee includes swimming and pumpkin decoration. Pre-register by 10/20.
Pirates of Emerson Haunted Theme Park is returning to the Alameda Fairgrounds for their 30th frightening Halloween season in the Tri-Valley. Featuring various various attractions, & live entertainment.
Meet the ghosts of Pleasanton’s past in this uniquely spooky annual event held by Museum on Main. This popular 2-hour Halloween tour is available in-person and virtually.
Head to Downtown Danville’s Hartz Avenue and browse through 200 high quality arts & crafts displays, glass pumpkin patch, costume parade, kids activities, and fall-themed exhibits.
Bring your four-legged friends in Halloween costumes to your pick of 20 dog-friendly wineries in the Livermore Valley Wine Country. This fun event includes a minimum of 2 tastings at each winery, a commemorative GoVine glass, and special activities.
Watch a seasonal Halloween movie at Mitchell Katz winery complete with food from GiGi Wood Fired Pizza. Dress in costume for a chance to win a prize!
Get a head start on holiday shopping at the Alameda County Fairgrounds, featuring handmade and original arts & crafts.