Is Halloween canceled in Grants Pass and Medford in 2021? The answer is no, but with some restrictions. All of your favorite events are still happening, but visit their website for the most up-to-date information on their COVID-19 protocols.

With Halloween fast approaching, it’s time to start making your plans for trick or treating, haunted houses, and other frightening events happening in and around Grants Pass and Medford. Halloween Grants Pass is always an exciting time, and there are plenty of great events for the whole family as well as some that are better left to the adults.

We’ve done some terrifying research to bring you a comprehensive list of the best Halloween events in Medford and Grants Pass. Take a look to see what’s going on in your neck of the woods this October.

Halloween Grants Pass & Medford Events

Fort Vannoy Farms Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch

If you’re looking for something on the less scary side, Fort Vannoy Farms has fun events for the whole family all October long. Take a stroll through one of the tallest corn mazes in Oregon. Some of the corn grows up to 12 feet tall!

Fort Vannoy Farms also has a magnificent pumpkin patch, where you can choose the perfect pumpkin for this year’s jack-o-lantern. You can even take an exciting hayride around the farm to really get into the autumnal spirit.

This festive and affordable Halloween event is highly recommended and suitable for kids of all ages.

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Cyril’s House of Horror

*Due to COVID-19, Cyril’s House of Horror will be postponed. Please visit their website for more information and possible rescheduling.

Visit Cyril’s House of Horror in Roseburg for the fright of a lifetime. This not-for-profit haunt features terrifying performers, a wicked haunted maze, and enough scares to keep you awake until the new year. Each year the tortured spirits of the dead rise up and take over the House of Horror.

All proceeds from this event will go to the Roseburg Elks Lodge #326. This is a very scary event that is not recommended for children. Anyone under the age of 13 must be accompanied by a parent or adult.

Pheasant Fields Farm Harvest Festival

The annual Harvest Festival at Pheasant Fields Farm is something everyone in Southern Oregon should experience. This family-friendly Halloween Grants Pass area event is great for adults and kids alike.

Get into the fall season with delicious baked goods and treats like a Caramel Apple from Grandma’s Country Kitchen. They’ve also got an enormous two-and-a-half-acre pumpkin patch where you can pick out your perfect pumpkin.

Take the kids on a hayride or try out Pheasant Fields Farm’s 10 passenger Cow Train through the cornfields. Enjoy all of your favorite carnival experiences including face painting, a pear shooting gallery, and animal exhibits where you can meet the adorable animals of Pheasant Fields Farm.

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Monster Dash and Ball Pasta Party

Take part in the annual Ashland Monster Dash benefitting education programs in Ashland. Choose between the 1-mile Fun Run/Walk, the 5k run/walk, or the 10k run. All races will be timed with a chip. Sign up the kids to make sure they receive their youth participant medal provided by Today’s Dentistry.

The Monster Ball Pasta Party will take place the day before the Monster Dash at Ashland’s historic Armory. Each attendee will be able to partake in the all you can eat pasta bar, costume contest and parade, and silent auction. Bring the whole family to get excited for this Halloween Grants Pass area charity event.

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