Fun in the Fall

Check out these fall events happening this season.

Barn Hill Preserve’s Pumpkin Patch
1342 Hwy. 955 E, Ethel
(225) 286-3003
Barn Hill Preserve’s Pumpkin Patch is full of excitement throughout the month. Find the perfect pumpkin and enjoy the fun activities.

Cajun Country Corn
40833 LA-16, Amite City
(877) 843-9421
The Cajun Country Corn Maze is constructed from a cornfield covering 7.5 acres. Try the haunted maze or the haunted trail for a spookier experience.

CM Farms
252 CM Farms Rd., Dry Creek
(337) 328-8916
CM Farms features a 12-acre maze, pumpkins, 40+ attractions, and farm animals to visit to make your adventure even more memorable.

DixieMaze Farms Fall Festival
9596 Sentell Rd., Shreveport
(318) 703-2870
Through October 31, you and your family can enjoy the pumpkin patch, maze, farm activities and haunted activities.

Faith Crossing United
Methodist Church
Pumpkin Patch
34260 Walker Rd. N., ​Walker
(225) 243-6094
For a limited time only, pick up a pumpkin and enjoy family-friendly photo opportunities.

Hallow Jack’s Pumpkin Patch
6834 Magnolia Bridge Rd.,
Denham Springs
Visit this small business to find your pick of the season. The patch features a variety of pumpkins to choose from.

Jefferson United Methodist Church Pumpkin Patch
10328 Jefferson Hwy., Baton Rouge
(225) 293-4440
Enjoy family fun in a safe environment while supporting area missions with your pumpkin purchase.

LSU AgCenter Botanic
Gardens Corn Maze
4560 Essen Ln., Baton Rouge
(225) 763-3990
Enjoy Corn Maze Saturdays featuring an exciting sunflower field, pumpkin patch, petting farm, a spook-tacular playground, games, and the always fun hay mountain.

Miss Heather’s Pumpkin Patch
11215 Lee’s Ln., Hammond
(225) 567-3493
Pick a pumpkin from the field, enjoy the jumping pillow, get your face painted, and enjoy the hay maze this year at Miss Heather’s.

NewSong Community
Church Pumpkin Patch
18465 Old Perkins Rd., Prairieville
(225) 313-6736
Be sure to bring along your camera while picking out your pumpkin! This year, the pumpkin patch will feature various decorative photo opportunities to help you commemorate your experience.

Pop-up Pink Pumpkin Patches
8585 Picardy Ave., Baton Rouge
3600 Florida Blvd., Baton Rouge
14105 Hwy. 73, Prairieville
(225) 763-4000
It’s always a surprise, so be on the lookout for thousands of pink pumpkins to pop up overnight at Baton Rouge General’s three locations. Everyone is invited to visit to take photos and bring home a free pumpkin to display in honor of breast cancer awareness.

Trinity Lutheran Church Pumpkin Patch
15160 S. Harrell’s Ferry Rd.,
Baton Rouge
(225) 272-3110
Pick your pumpkin to carve or decorate at this family-friendly pumpkin patch.

Fifolet Arts Market
300 South River Rd., Baton Rouge
(877) 573-1031
The Fifolet Arts Market is your one-stop shop for all things Halloween. Visit on Saturday, October 28 from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. for live music, entertainment, costumed characters, and children’s activities.

Po Folks Fruits & Vegetables
1280 Lobdell Hwy., Port Allen
(225) 383-1389
Find fresh fruits and vegetables, the best local honey, homemade preserves, jellies, syrup, and wooden furniture.

Red Stick Farmers Market
5th and Main St., Baton Rouge
6400 Perkins Rd., Baton Rouge
(225) 267-5060
This market features locally grown and made produce, meats, baked goods, and, of course, pumpkins. Markets are held on various days during the week at different locations.

The Four Seasons Farmer’s Market
116 N. Range Ave., Denham Springs
(225) 366-7241
This market is a one-stop shop where you can find local, handmade, and fresh goods.

The Market at the Oasis
13827 Coursey Blvd., Baton Rouge
(225) 413-5239
Spend your Saturday morning shopping for homemade goods at affordable prices

Zachary Community Farmers Market
4412 Lee St., Zachary
The Zachary Community Farmer’s Market is an open-air market, comprised of a group of area farmers selling fresh produce.

A Taste of the Deep South
300 South River Rd., Baton Rouge
Free, family-friendly event from October 7-8 featuring music, a vendors’ village, and food.

Baton Rouge Oktoberfest
14200 River Rd., Baton Rouge
(225) 240-7189
Enjoy fabulous German-themed food and brews all for a good cause on Thursday, October 5.

Bluesberry Music + Art Festival
213 Park Dr., Covington
Experience incredible live performances and check out the art on Saturday, October 7 from 11:30 a.m.-9 p.m.

Boo at the Zoo
3601 Thomas Rd., Baton Rouge
(225) 775-3877
Wear your best costumes to BREC’s Baton Rouge Zoo for festive fun on October 21-22 and October 28-29.

Boovie in the Park
7800 Independence Blvd., Baton Rouge
On Saturday, October 7, you and your kiddos can watch movies, enjoy music, enter for giveaways, and see the characters.

City of Walker’s Fall Festival
30445 Corbin Ave., Walker
(225) 665-3755
Visit Sidney Hutchinson Park on Saturday, October 28 from 3-7 p.m.
for live music, a farmer’s and art market, food trucks, hayrides, pie bake off, farm animals, and children’s costume contest.

Fall Fest at The Chapel
9611 Siegen Ln., Baton Rouge
(225) 766-7000
Enjoy inflatables, food, and trunk or treat with family and friends on Sunday, October 22 from 4-6 p.m.

Fall Festival
N. Range Ave., Denham Springs
Visit over 160 vendors from 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. on Saturday, October 7.

Federales Fest
6300 Jefferson Hwy., Baton Rouge
Visit our Southern musical roots from noon-11 p.m. on Saturday, October 7.

Fifolet 5K
300 South River Rd., Baton Rouge
(877) 573-1031
Run on the Mississippi River Levee in costume while carrying a pumpkin on Saturday, October 28 at 8 a.m.

Fifolet Halloween Parade
Downtown Baton Rouge
(877) 573-1031
Dress in costume and bring non-perishable food items for the Greater Baton Rouge Food Bank on Saturday, October 28 at 4 p.m.

Greater Baton Rouge State Fair
16072 Airline Hwy., Baton Rouge
(225) 755-3247
Nothing says fall like the fair! Experience all of the rides, games, and fun from October 26-November 5.

Gretna Fest
327 Huey P. Long Ave., Gretna
(504) 361-7748
Enjoy live music, arts & crafts, and games from October 6-8.

Haints, Haunts, and Halloween
4560 Essen Ln., Baton Rouge
(225) 765-2437
This safe and fun Halloween event features storytelling, cake walks, games, and trick or treating on Sunday, October 29 from 2-4:30 p.m.

Harvest Days
4560 Essen Ln., Baton Rouge
(225) 765-2437
From October 7-October 8, enjoy living history demonstrations that took place on Louisiana farms during harvest time in the 1800s.

Krewe of BOO! Parade
Elysian Fields Ave. to Andrew Higgins Dr., New Orleans
(504) 233-2831
The parade will roll on Saturday, October 21 at 6:30 p.m. and features marching bands, dance troupes, and walking krewes.

Louisiana Food Truck Festival
100 Harbor Center Blvd., Slidell
Visit a variety of food trucks, enjoy live entertainment, and visit the craft vendors on Saturday, October 7.

Louisiana Renaissance Festival
46468 River Rd., Hammond
(985) 429-9992
Experience the fun, food, sights, and sounds of the Village of Albright on weekends in November and ending December 10.

Progression Church Fall Fest
3800 Highland Rd., Baton Rouge
On Sunday, October 29 at 10:30 a.m., experience an uplifting worship and an inspiring message.

Rylee Gives Back Fall Festival
7510 Vincent Rd., Denham Springs
Parents and families of children with special needs can enjoy face painting, candy stations, crafts, balloons, characters, a cake walk, and food on Sunday, October 22 from 2-5 p.m.

Slaughter Fall Festival
3337 Church St., Slaughter
On Saturday, October 21 from 10 a.m.-3 p.m., you and your family can enjoy live music, tasty food, a silent auction, and activities for the kiddos.

845 N. Jefferson Ave., Port Allen
(225) 336-2422
Have a sweet time at the West Baton Rouge Museum from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. on Sunday, October 1.

The Louisiana Book Festival
701 N. 4th St., Baton Rouge
(225) 219-9503
Book lovers are invited to attend the Louisiana Book Festival on Saturday, October 28 from 9 a.m.-4 p.m.

Trunk or Treat
9550 Hooper Rd., Baton Rouge
(225) 227-2806
Go trunk or treating on Saturday, October 28 from 2-8 p.m.

Trunk or Treat SPOOKtacular
14100 Airline Hwy., Baton Rouge
(225) 372-3991
Wear superhero attire and costumes on Saturday, October 28 from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. and enjoy sweet treats, food, photobooth, free booster seats, carnival activity stations, and music.

White Light Night
Government St., Baton Rouge
Enjoy Mid City’s largest art festival on Friday, November 17 from 6-10 p.m.

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