Fall Activities: Las Vegas

Family friendly may not  be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of a trip to Las Vegas, but there are so many fun events going on for families and kids of all ages this fall! Here are some we are looking forward to:

Spring Mountain Ranch State Park is holding a Civil War Reenactment experience October 28th from 10:00 to 1:00 PM. Participants will be able to try on uniforms, march, drill, and see historic weapons used in the Civil War era! Find details at www.vegasfamilyevents.com.

The Parks and Recreation Department of Clark County is holding their annual Dia de las Muertos celebration November 1st and 2nd. Take part in many Mexican traditions including an exhibition of elaborately decorated altars, reading of poetry, traditional Mexican dances, and activities for children. You can find out more about this event at www.clarkcountynv.gov.

On the evening of November 4th, take your family and pets on a night hike guided by State Park Rangers at Sandstone Canyon. Take in the scenes of nature by moonlight and witness nocturnal animals on this two mile hike! Find out restrictions and guidelines at www.vegasfamilyevents.com.

Nellis Air Force Base will be hosting an Air Show and Open House on November 11th and 12th to celebrate the United States Air Force’s 70th birthday. There will be an exhibit featuring the accomplishments of the Air Force and the The Thunderbirds will headline the event! Admission and parking for the event is free. See the details at www.nellis.af.mil.

The Springs Preserve is hosting their annual Haunted Harvest, a kid friendly Halloween event that features trick or treating, carnival games, crafts, and live entertainment. Purchase tickets for the events at www.springspreserve.org.

We still have openings this fall at our Las Vegas properties. Check www.tranquilityvacations.com to see which property would best suit you and your family!

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