Halloween Events in Shreveport-Bossier Area for Kids
If you are looking for a great Halloween photo op, here are some of the best in the area. The top five pumpkin patches in Shreveport Bossier will give you a chance to take photos and see some of the finest pumpkin carvings in the area.
St. Luke’s UMC has provided the community with the pumpkin patch since 1990. It’s open now and includes more than 3,000 pumpkins. The pumpkin patch will remain open till October 31st or until they sell out of Pumpkins. In the past twenty years, the Pumpkin Patch has donated about $195,000 to missions.
100 percent of the profits from the sale of pumpkins is given to local missions. [more info]
Pumpkin Shine on Line
This is one of the most spectacular events in our city and it can become a great tradition for your family. Former Southfield Preschool teacher Claudia Lyles led a group of Southfield volunteers to start this great tradition in 1991? Southfield has hosted this event every year since!
This year’s Pumpkin Shine is Tuesday, October 29. The park will glow with all the specially carved pumpkins. [More Info]
Louisiana’s original corn maze and pumpkin patch. Attractions include: a corn maze, a zombie mud run, a pumpkin patch, haunted maze, haunted trails, pony rides, zipline, hayrides, barnswing, inflatables, corn bin, cow train and much more. It’s open now and runs through October 31. [More info]
Asbury Pumpkin Patch
This is happening at the church on Airline Drive in Bossier City. It’s open every day through October 31 from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. (noon- 7 p.m. on Sundays). Admission is free, but bring money to purchase pumpkins and treats. [More info]
Boo on the Bayou [More info]
- Cypress Black Bayou Park in Benton.
- Halloween costume contest
- A pumpkin shine
- Scary Halloween music
- Fun games
- Food vendors
- A helicopter and fire truck display
- Finger painting
- Bounce houses and castles
- Prizes and giveaways
- The popular Cypress Black Bayou Zoo