Summer festival season is quickly followed by fall festival season in Kenosha, Wisconsin! From Oktoberfest events, a flannel fest, underwear run, and hayrides to ghost tours, a haunted house, and more Halloween events, there are many reasons to visit Kenosha in the coming months.

Here are five places you’ll want to check out:

One - Jerry Smith Farm

Hand-painted pumpkin displays, a corn maze, a petting zoo, hayrides, DELICIOUS frosted cookies, and more await you at Jerry Smith Farm. It’s a tradition to visit every fall! It’s always free to enjoy the fun and artistic displays.

Jerry Smith Farm cookies

Two - Boundless Adventures

Every Saturday evening in October means Hallow Glow Nights at Boundless Adventures, a family-friendly outdoor aerial adventure park. With creepy music setting the mood, dress in costume to trick or treat and crawl, swing, climb, balance, and zip-line through the forest!

Boundless Adventures

Three - Kemper Haunted House

This haunted house is set up at historic Kemper Center every Saturday night, September 30 through October. The first hour each night has the lights on so it’s less scary! Opening night coincides with the Port of Fear Film Festival that is happening September 29 through October 1 at Kemper Center.

Kemper Haunted House 2023

Four - Downtown Kenosha Ghost Tours

You’ll learn all about the resident ghosts as you pedal through Downtown Kenosha. Lakeshore Pedal Tours will be offering spooky tours throughout the month of October. There are two options for booking a Ghost Tour: a public ghost tour or a private one. If you like history and paranormal activity, this tour is for you!

Lakeshore Pedal Tours

Five - Farmers’ Markets

During the fall harvest, you can expect to find lots of fresh produce and fall-themed decorations from vendors at our Saturday Farmers Markets: Kenosha HarborMarket and Kenosha Public Market.

Here are 4 more key web pages for you to bookmark:


Jerry Smith Farm in the fallThings To Do In The Fall and for Halloween

To help you plan your #KenoshaFun accordingly, we’ve developed a Things To Do In The Fall and for Halloween page with its own Events Calendar HERE>


2023 Trick or Treat Times

That’s right – we already have the scheduled hours for Trick or Treat in municipalities throughout Kenosha County! See the list HERE>


NEW Fall 2023 / Winter 2024 FUN 101

We also have the NEW Fall 2023 / Winter 2024 FUN 101 posted. View this list of 101 Things to See & Do for $10 & Under (Many are FREE!) HERE>


Enter Photo Contest

By the way, take selfies, family photos, and more as you’re out and about having fun. Submit your favorites to our Picture Your Kenosha Photo Contest HERE>


Have fun and enjoy Autumn before the snow flies and holiday event season is upon us!