5 Fallon Fall Events You Don’t Want to Miss

28 Sep 2023
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Every year, fall weaves its magic around the Oasis of Nevada, and our city comes alive with a fun-filled variety of activities that bring joy, adventure, and just a dash of old-fashioned fun to these beloved streets. Whether you’re navigating intricate corn mazes or holding your breath from the thrill of a classic cowboy showdown, there’s something for everyone! Mark your calendars for these five absolutely unmissable Fallon fall events, and don’t forget to check out the rest of our blog for more articles.

Lattin Farms Corn Maze & Fall Festival

Looking for some fun with family and friends this fall season? Say that five times fast, and then head over to Lattin Farms for their annual Fall Festival! This celebration features various seasonal activities— from a pumpkin patch and hayride to a scarecrow factory— and is perfect for all ages. Their famous corn maze will be open Fridays from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. in addition to Fall Festival Dates, so come on down and lose yourself in a one-of-a-kind celebration of the season!

Fall Festival Dates (10 a.m. to 6 p.m.):

  • Saturday, Oct. 7
  • Saturday, Oct. 14
  • Saturday, Oct. 21
  • Friday, Oct. 27
  • Saturday, Oct. 28

Attractions include:

  • Corn maze 
  • Pumpkin patch & hayride 
  • Cow train 
  • Scarecrow factory 

For information on festival activity hours and pricing, click here

Back Roads Vintage Market

Join us on Friday, October 6 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., and Saturday, October 7 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Rafter 3C Arena for the Back Roads Vintage Market, where you can delight in live music, tasty food, and 60+ booths full of repurposed, rustic farmhouse antiques and vintage finds. Whether you’re hunting for the perfect gift or just there to enjoy good food and even better company, this fun-filled community gathering is packed with potential treasures!

Entry is $10 on Friday, $5 on Saturday, and free for those 12 and under. Click here for more information. 

The No Hill Hundred (100 Mile Bike Ride)

Enjoy the beautiful scenery of Fallon at Churchill County Parks and Recreation’s Century Bike Tour on October 7! Bikers of all experience levels are welcome— go your own speed and choose between a 30-mile, 60-mile (metric), and 100-mile (century) tour. Riders will enjoy several stops, event shirts, gift bags, lunch for both metric and century participants, a raffle, and a post-event meal for all riders to fuel back up. 

There’s a $70 entry fee for metric and century riders, and a $45 entry fee for 30-mile riders. To learn more, click here.

World Cowboy Fast Draw Championship

Did someone say the need for speed? From October 13-15, join us as over 250 top international competitors will compete in western wear with single-action revolvers for the title “Fastest Gun Alive” in the Cowboy Associations’ World Fast Draw Championship. In their own words, “The Cowboy Fast Draw Association is about ‘safety first, fun second, and competition third.’ It’s about handshakes, camaraderie, a man’s word, morality and friendship, fair play and honest competition.” 

Please note that every competitor must be a CFDA member in good standing to participate. 

Click here for more information on the event, and click here to register! 


Get ready for tricks and treats at Fallon’s historic Maine Street Spooktacular this spooky season on October 31 from 4-6 p.m.! Enjoy Halloween activities, games, and treats from local businesses set up throughout Maine Street, with all proceeds going to the restoration of the Historic Fallon Theatre. Join us and get ready for a spooktacular night with the community. Click here to learn more.



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