There is plenty to do in and around Baton Rouge during the fall season, and we have compiled a comprehensive list of Family Friendly Baton Rouge Fall Events and happenings. Visit our Guide throughout the season to find a pumpkin patch, hayrides, a corn maze to visit, or Halloween fun. There’s a cornucopia of Family-Friendly Fall Events to choose from each year. If we’ve missed an event or activity, please let us know!
We encourage you to contact the event directly to verify that all details are correct and have not changed. Also, if you have information on a Pumpkin Patch that we missed, please leave info in the comments below. Thank you!
Family Friendly Baton Rouge Fall Events
Brought to you by the charitable Halloween krewe, 10/31 Consortium, the Fifolet Halloween Festival is a multi-day event in Baton Rouge, Louisiana which includes a pub crawl, costume ball, 5k, arts market, Halloween parade, and awards brunch. Learn more at Fifolet.com.
We have compiled our list of fun fall pumpkin patches & corn mazes! Don’t miss our favorite spots around the Red Stick to find your perfect pumpkin, create some fall family memories, and take a hayride or two. As with previous years, we have included events and activities in Baton Rouge and beyond.
Fall is quickly approaching, and for the first time, LSU Ag Center is celebrating with Harvest Days, Corn Maze, and Night Maze!! Presale tickets to this year’s Baton Rouge Corn Maze at Burden are already on sale! So get ready for some Family Fall Fun as they open their fields and crank up the tractors to usher in the Fall season with some safe crazy mazy outdoor fun!
Calling all ghosts, goblins, little ghouls, and boys!! On October 22, 23, 29, and 30, BREC’s Baton Rouge Zoo is thrilled to host its most popular family event of the year – Boo at the Zoo! There will be traditional fall-themed photo opportunities & they’ll be providing fun and festive enrichments to their animal friends during the day.
Some of you, like me, may have seen many families pick strawberries on this farm back in the spring and have wanted to check it out, so here’s a glimpse at a previous trip and what you can expect this year.
The pumpkin patch is open from 9:00-2:00 every Saturday and Sunday in October and November. Entry last year was $15 per person; however, there was so much to do last year that we felt the price was justified. The ticket price includes one small pumpkin picked from the pumpkin patch in addition to animal encounters, a corn pit, pumpkin painting, trick-or-treating, hayrides, corn maze, archery, games, kangaroo walkabout, and other activities.
Dinosaurs are taking over Barn Hill Preserve at their pumpkin patch later this month! Guests can meet the Barn Hill Preserve Dinosaurs in the Prehistoric Patch up close and personal during interactive shows, discover fossils at the new mining operation, get lost in the corn maze, take a hayride, and much more!