From fall-themed activities to Halloween meals and specials, The Woodlands has plenty of options for all ghouls and goblins to enjoy! Plan the ultimate fall getaway during Halloween weekend for a hauntingly good time.

Girl holding pumpkin and Frankenstein marshmallow

SPEND HALLOWEEN IN THE WOODLANDS

Treat your little ghouls and goblins to a Halloween getaway at The Woodlands Resort, where you can savor the summer with an array of outdoor activities and amenities including heated pools and lazy river, plus kayak and bike rentals. The weekend’s festivities for overnight guests include poolside games, pumpkin decorating, outdoor movie nights, s'mores by the firepit, and more. Activities vary by day.

A variety of packages are available at The Woodlands Resort. Click here to check rates and availability for all hotels in The Woodlands.

SPOOKY HALLOWEEN BRUNCH BASH

Make reservations for a wicked time at the Spooky Brunch Bash at The Woodlands Resort. Brunch is open to both hotel guests and local Woodlands families who are looking to start their Halloween with a treat! Spooktacular menu items include Jack O’ Lantern Pork Belly Bao and Devil Street Tacos along with a Wicked Griddle Station and Witches Sweets like Macabre Milk & Cookies and Rusted Pumpkin Crème Brulee. View the complete menu here. Adults are $35 and children 12 and under are $16 per person for this howling good time. To make reservations, call 281-364-6292.

Halloween-themed Martini with gummy worms and eyes

Halloween-themed milkshake with a skull and cake

SPOOKY DRINKS FOR THE FAMILY

Back Table Kitchen & Bar is offering spooky sips for adults and children for the rest of this month! For the kids or kid at heart, try The Skeleton Shake, a devilish combination of Neapolitan ice cream, and chocolate sauce, topped with a slice of black and white sheet cake and house-made white chocolate skeleton hands and skulls. Adults can try the Witches Cauldon Martini, complete with a special brew of bourbon, maple, blood orange, and prickly pear juices, sweet vermouth, orange whipped cream, and sugar skulls. Both of these hauntingly good drinks are available through Halloween night.

Movie playing on outdoors screen at The Woodlands Mall

Kids Wearing Costumes at Mozambik

OTHER FALL & HALLOWEEN HAPPENINGS 

There are plenty of fun things to do in The Woodlands before Halloween night! Take your fall family photos at Market Street from October 22-31, during their Pumpkin Photo Op. Be sure to tag Visit The Woodlands in your fun photos! #SoWoodlands

Enjoy the Fall for Autumn Fest at The Woodlands Mall on Saturday, October 23, this free outdoor event includes giveaways, entertainment, and fall fun from 2 to 8 p.m. Be sure to stay for the showing of Hocus Pocus beginning at 6 p.m. at The Courtyard.

You're in for a scary good time at The Haunting at Bear Branch: The Woods! Each Friday and Saturday until Halloween brave guests can walk the mysterious woods of Bear Branch. Beware, you're in for a scare... 

Enjoy a treat for kids and adults at Mozambik South African Kitchen, from October 26-31. During their Kids Eat Free: Halloween Special, children ages 12 and under will receive a free kids meal (with the purchase of an adult entree) while in their Halloween costume.

Waterway Avenue Bridge During Fall

Swan Boats decorated for fall

FALL IN THE WOODLANDS

Fall is one of the most relaxing times of year in The Woodlands! From patio dining to outdoor concerts and activities, plan your trip to The Woodlands by viewing our Fall Itinerary, and making the most out of this season.