SAN ANTONIO – Wondering what to do with your boo in October around San Antonio? No worries, we’ve got you covered.
Fall is here and that means date nights, family outings and friendly hangouts are about to get cooler, literally.
Here are some things to do around San Antonio in the month of October:
Fall Flicks at Fischer Park
It’s movie time at Fischer Park this October. One movie will be shown at the amphitheater every Friday, starting with "Hotel Transylvania," followed by "Halloweentown," "Hocus Pocus" and "Coco."
Gruene Music and Wine Fest
This one is for the adults! Live music, wine tastings and craft beer are all a part of this ticketed event taking place Oct. 4.
Sugar Skull Maze
This year’s corn maze at Circle-N-Maze just outside San Antonio is shaped like a giant sugar skull! The maze opens Oct. 5. Guests will also get access to a pumpkin patch, petting zoo, picture stations, a mini-maze (for the younger crowd), hay bales for climbing and food trucks.
Pumpkins on Pikes
Want an Instagram-worthy outing? Pumpkins on Pikes is the place. Light up the night Oct. 28 in Seguin. There will be a bake sale, hay rides, s'mores, campfire stories and more.
It’s time for weenie races at Retama Park Race Track. On Oct. 27, you can go support the All Texas Dachshund Rescue by celebrating speedy weenies at the race track.
Movie in the Woods
Grab your blanket and chairs for the Movie in the Woods. “Hocus Pocus” is playing Oct. 27 and there will be fire pits, games, food trucks, a costume contest, witches and concession stands. The location has not yet been released.
Haunted houses, scare zones and a new live show are all part of the package at SeaWorld’s Howl-O-Scream this year. Howl-O-Scream starts Friday and continues through Oct. 28.
San Antonio Zoo Boo
Zoo Boo is back and guests can enjoy the fun through Oct. 28. On Saturdays and Sundays, guests can participate in non-spooky Halloween events around the zoo, including pumpkin painting, dance parties, trick-or-treat stations and more. Costumes are encouraged!
Six Flags Fiesta Texas Fright Fest
Fright Fest is already in full swing and will continue through Halloween. This year, there will be a new haunted house, scare zone and live show.