Spooky, Stylish, and Stress-Free Luxury Rides to Fall Fun Around Metro NOLA

Temps outside have finally dropped a little and we’re getting excited over LSU Tiger and Saints Football  – and the possibility of some old-fashioned (and dare we say ‘normal?’) fall FUN!

Fortunately for our community, even in this strange year, many of our favorite Northshore and Southshore fall events are still happening, with a few small safety adjustments.

From corn mazes and pumpkin patches to drive-through Halloween events and safer haunted houses – we’ve compiled a line-up of fall events in our area you can enjoy safely this season.

Add in the bonus of booking stress-free, stylish, and FUN luxury limo transportation with us and you’re in for a ‘haunting’ good time!

Ride in style to these events (and others you might discover) while enjoying your favorite fall treats and maybe a little cider to top it off.

We’ll drop you off and pick you up when you’re ready to take your fall party back home.

Fall Events and Activities on the Northshore

Plan outdoor fun on the Northshore at area pumpkin patches and corn mazes and the always-popular St. Tammany Parenting Center’s annual Monster Mash (it’s a drive-through this year!).

  • Miss Heather’s Pumpkin Patch – Miss Heather’s Pumpkin Patch in Hammond just about covers all the fall activities you can think of, from an old-fashioned corn maze to pumpkin painting, face painting, photo ops, a jumping pillow, playground, and more. Open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. from 9/26 through 11/8. Visit their Facebook page for the most up to date info.
  • Cajun Country Corn Maze – Located in Pine Grove, LA on a family-run farm, Cajun Country offers a haunted and non-haunted corn maze, duck races, hay rides, falls games, slides, and other fun fall to-do’s. Check out the calendar on their site for open dates and times. Open 10/10 through 11/29.
  • 32nd Annual St. Tammany Monster Mash – This annual event raises money for the St. Tammany Parenting Center. This year, it has been converted into a drive-through with Halloween treats and take-home crafts. There’s also a VIP experience with photo booths, pumpkin activities, and more. Event scheduled for 10/17, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., at Covington’s Bogue Falaya Park.
  • Trick or Treat at Fontainebleau Park – Fontainebleau State Park will host two dates for Halloween Trick-or-Treating – 10/24 and 10/31 from 4 to 6 p.m. Get info and updates on their Facebook page.

Halloween Events and Activities on the Southshore

From a reimagined ‘Boo at the Zoo’ to a string of haunted houses in Metro Orleans (with COVID safety measures), take your pick of a little bit of spooky family fun or a lot of scary adult Halloween pleasures.

  • Annual ‘Boo at the Zoo’ at Audubon Zoo – This year, the New Orleans favorite family tradition, Boo at the Zoo, has been re-worked with COVID-19 safety in mind. The event happens over 2 weekends – 10/17 and 10/19 and 10/24 and 10/25 – from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. See the animals, enjoy fall treats, a mystery maze and more.
  • French QuarTour Kid-Friendly Ghost Hunt and Spooky Tours – Get a little spooky in the Quarter with the family on a kid-friendly ghost-hunt filled with tricks, treats, spells, and superstitions. Visit FrenchQuarterKidsTours.com for booking info and dates and times.
  • The Mortuary Haunted Mansion – This icon of old Halloween tradition in New Orleans is open this year with a new COVID safety policy plus daytime hours. Visit The Mortuary for open dates and times. Opens for the season on 10/2.
  • New Orleans Nightmare Experience – Located just outside New Orleans in Jefferson, New Orleans Nightmare offers 2 haunted house experiences to choose from plus an onsite bar to enjoy before or after your experience.
  • Bloody Mary New Orleans Haunted Museum – Open year-round, but especially fun around Halloween, take a tour of the Bloody Mary Haunted Museum of paranormal and NOLA haunted history. The museum also offers walking tours and ghost hunt experiences – all safely socially distanced.

Let Us Fuel Your Fall Fun Safely and In Style

Looking to book one of these fall events and experiences? How can you not with so many options that keep safety and social distancing in mind! We’d love to be your personal ‘spooky chauffeurs’ for your fall activities.

Book a luxury vehicle in our fleet and invite your closet family or friends! Make a family day of it or a time to catch up with your girls or guys for top-notch dining and spooky fun. Bring on the candy corn, popcorn balls, and beverages! We’ll do all the driving.

Book Your Celebration in the Oaks Experience Early!

It’s an annual New Orleans City Park holiday tradition and this year, it’s a drive-through! The 34th annual ‘Celebration in the Oaks’ holiday light festival is a 2.25-mile driving tour throughout that park while admiring over a million twinkling lights swathed over famous live oaks. Since the new, safer format of the event was announced, tickets are already booking up fast. Now is the time to start planning and booking your Celebration in the Oaks experience. We’ll handle the transportation.

Royal Coach Fuels all Your Fall and Winter Holiday Fun!

Whether you’re planning a fall family outing complete with a luxury limo ride, some spooky adult Halloween fun, or imagining your holidays in New Orleans – Royal Coach helps fuel the fun! Call us anytime at 985-282-9177 or to get a quote and book your safe, stylish, and socially distanced transportation.

We’re also booking stress-free airport transportation anytime – whether you’re traveling for work or spending holidays with your family.