Looking for something to do this fall? Check out this guide for activities in the Lake Houston area.

Fall festivities

Tricks & Treats Fall Fair

The East Montgomery County Improvement District will host its second annual fall fair featuring local vendors, pumpkins, a haunted house, bounce houses and face painting for community members to enjoy.
  • Oct. 21, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
  • Free (admission)
  • Valley Ranch Town Center, 22296 Market Place Drive, Ste. 100, New Caney
  • www.emctx.com

The sixth annual Kingwood OktoberFest will return to Holy Comforter Lutheran Church, featuring German-inspired fare, such as bratwurst, sauerkraut and pretzels, as well as brews from DECA Beer Company. The event will also feature polka music from The Texas Sound Check Band, a DJ, a costume contest, a trackless train, and games and activities for all ages.Boo Fest

The Livable Forest will host its sixth annual Boo Fest, including a Disney experience consisting of costumes, food, seasonal shopping, a mini pumpkin patch, trick-or-treating and a trackless train.Tent or Treat

Kingwood Town Center will host its third annual Tent or Treat event, where more than 70 local small businesses will be showcased and offer free candy to visitors. The event will also feature a DJ, face painting and food vendors.Boo Bash

The Humble Civic Center will host its fourth annual Boo Bash featuring a costume contest, candy, vendors, food, drinks and dance teams. The event will also have free face painting, crafts, inflatables and games.Pumpkin patches

Old MacDonald’s Farm pumpkin patch

Visit Old MacDonald’s Farm this fall to receive a free pumpkin from the business’ annual pumpkin patch with the price of admission. Visitors will have access to all activities at the farm, including a petting zoo, train rides, a playground and sand mountain.