Inland Empire Halloween Event Guide

Inland Empire Halloween Event Guide

With so much going on in the Inland Empire how can you possibly find out about everything and pick the right events for your family? Have no fear Inland Empire Explorer is here. This year we have put together the best guide so that you can have multiple choices to choose from that fit you and your family best.

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Bass Pro Shops – October 21st-22nd, 27th-31st

Join the Peanuts Gang as they take over Bass Pro Shops and help you connect with your inner search for the Great Pumpkin. Join the Peanuts Gang for fun games, crafts and pictures.

On October 28th head on down to Bass Pro Shop Parking Lot as they hold their annual Trunk Or Treat event from 5-9pm. Get there early and join the parade and costume contest. Admission to the Trunk Or Treat is $1 for kids 10 years old and under and $2 for everyone over the age of 10 years of age. Brought to you by Pacific Auto Center

Rancho Cucamonga’s Spooktacular – October 21st

The RC Family Resource Center’s annual Spooktacular Festival is right around the corner! Dress up and bring the family out for this spirited Halloween happening featuring an evening of food, music, costume contests, face painting, balloon artists, inflatables, giveaways, and more – all happening outdoors. With nearly 50 Trunk or Treat Stations creatively decorated and filled to the brim with candy and other goodies, this ghastly gathering is sure to get you and the little ones in the holiday spirit. Click here to view highlights from last year’s Spooktacular.

Rancho Cucamonga Rotary Club – October 14th

Our 3rd Annual Pumpkin Fest is fun for the whole family! The Pumpkin Fest will kick off at 10 a.m. and run until 4 p.m. The garden rests on about 15 acres next to a water channel and electric easement south of Day Creek and Foothill boulevards, south of Victoria Gardens. Admission is free. Pumpkins can be purchased for between $2 and $15, depending on size, and ride tickets are $1 each or $25 for an unlimited bracelet.

Tour the garden, pick a pumpkin, and more!!! The Pumpkin Fest will feature activities such as face painting, bounce houses and a petting zoo, as well as raffles all day and several food vendors. Kids can even carve pumpkins with San Bernardino County Deputies.

The Root 66 Community Garden

12151 Foothill Blvd, Rancho Cucamonga, California 91739

Halloween Movie: Halloweentown Victoria Gardens – October 17th

Bring out your whole family for our FREE Halloween movie nights in Chaffey Town Square!
Come dressed in your favorite Halloween costume. We encourage you to enjoy one of the many eateries available here, at Victoria Gardens. Child friendly activities and raffle will be held before each movie.
Blankets and folding chairs are ok.
***Movie begins at DUSK***
Guest Services: (909) 463-2830

Halloween Movie: The Nightmare Before Christmas Victoria Gardens – October 24th

Bring out your whole family for our FREE Halloween movie nights in Chaffey Town Square!
Come dressed in your favorite Halloween costume. We encourage you to enjoy one of the many eateries available here, at Victoria Gardens. Child friendly activities and raffle will be held before each movie.
Blankets and folding chairs are ok.
***Movie begins at DUSK***
Guest Services: (909) 463-2830

Haunted Village on the Lake Lake Hemet Campground – Now thru October 31st

The Haunted Village on the Lake! Dare to walk through the Haunted Hotel, each room a different fright, find your way out of the Boneyard Maze, and wander through our Abandoned mine. Enjoy Live Music!




My Play Club Halloween Spooktacular Fairmount Park – October 21st

Kids with special needs have an event geared to them and their families. An interactive play date for children with and without special needs.

Halloween Silent Film Fest featuring Tom Peters – October 24th

Hair-curling images and spooky sounds await at this unique and intimate evening of Hallowe’en hijinks! Attendees will experience Grammy award-winner Tom Peter’s original music performed over a screening of the circa 1920 silent film, Nosferatu… and enjoy delicious food and adult beverages! Your tickets covers it all… but there will also be prize raffles if you’re feeling lucky.

Social hour 5:30-6:30 p.m.; film screening at 6:30 p.m. Costumes encouraged!

Thanks to our friends at Dignity Health, Le Rendezvous Cafe, India Clay Oven, and State Street Winery! This event benefits the music education programs of the San Bernardino Symphony Orchestra! For ticket information click here.

Rezek Center at St. Bernardine’s, 2169-2177 N Waterman Ave, San Bernardino, CA

Ghost Walk Riverside – October 27th and 28th

Ghost Walk Riverside is an event unlike any other! The event offers four distinctive story-telling walking tours throughout downtown Riverside. The tours range from the perfect youngster spook-fest to more daring tours for the adventurous tour-goer.
Tours are new each year and no two have ever been alike. This event has the esteemed reputation for attracting artists from various areas, making a truly exceptional collaboration. Writers, storytellers, actors, musicians, and vocalists all take part in a display of talent and walking adventure.


Light The Night Walk Auto Club Speedway – October 28th

Auto Club Speedway and Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS), Orange County Inland Empire Chapter are racing for a cure at the annual Light The Night to help speed up treatments and cures for blood cancers.

LLS Light The Night Walk Schedule – October 28, 2017
Festival: 3:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.
Opening Ceremonies: 6:45 p.m.
Walk Begins: 7:00 p.m.
Fireworks: 8:15 p.m.

Scheduled for October 28, 2017, Light The Night is a powerful and unique charity event where more than 5,000 walkers carry white, red and gold illuminated lanterns signifying a survivor, supporter, or those walking in memory of loved ones who have been affected by blood cancer.

Participants will walk a 2-mile route through the Fan Zone to pit road and along the front stretch of the oval track. Since, Light The Night is on Halloween Weekend, trick-or-treating and other fun family activities are planned.

Big Al’s CarnEvil Freak Show – October 28th

Come one come all to the Big Al’s CarnEvil Freakshow!

Party with us this Halloween weekend at Big Al’s Ontario! We dare you (if you are 21 and over) to enter our freakishly entertaining BoardRoom with stage performers, wonders, oddities, and CarnEvil curiosities.

Dance the night away to the spooktacular tunes of DJ Stonglove, enjoy our signature cocktails, and enter our costume contest for your chance to win one of our amazing prizes!

Who: You! …If you are 21 and over.
What: Big Al’s CarnEvil Freakshow
Where: Big Al’s Ontario (The BoardRoom)
When: October 28, 2017 from 9pm-Close
Why: Because it’s Halloween!
How: Purchase your tickets today by coming into Big Al’s or calling our Events Office at 909.321.2805.
Ticket Price: $20 Pre-sale / $30 at the door

See you there! Muahahahaha!

Fall Festival Trunk or Treat – October 29th

Rialto Panthers youth football & cheer Save the Date!! Start thinking about your Trunk or Treat contest. Also Halloween Costume Contest, bounce house, food, music, and more. Who will the BiG winners be???

250 San Bernardino Ave/Rialto City Park, Rialto, California 92376

Trunk or Treat 2017 Water of Life Church – October 31st

Join us for a night of fun at our Fontana Campus on Tuesday, October 31st as we provide a safe, family-friendly environment for the community. You won’t want to miss this special event.



Dorthy Grant Elementary Harvest Festival – October 25th

Join the staff, kids and parents as they hold their annual Harvest Festival at 7069 Isabel Lane Fontana, Ca 92336



City of Fontana Halloween Events – October 31st

Don’t have any plans for Halloween yet? The City of #Fontana has you covered. We are hosting not one, but 4 free Halloween events this year on October 31st from 4-7pm!

This year’s planned events will be:
· Harvest Festival | Cypress Center @ Seville Park
16669 Seville Ave | 349-6988 
· Fangtastic Night- Don Day Center @ Southridge Park
14501 Live Oak Ave | 349-6997
· Halloween Spooktacular “Trunk or Treat” @ Jessie Turner
Center | 15556 Summit Ave | 854-5100
· Dia De Los Muertos @ Jack Bulik Center | 16581 Filbert St

For more information, call 349-6900 or visit


Dia de Los Muertos City of Fontana – November 10th

Come out in your best Day of the Dead costumes to join us for art activities, sugar skull face painting, and special live performances by Trio Ellas andDanza Azteca Nuevo Amanecer Guadalupano.

For more info click here.