Bonnie Screams 2018 Farewell

–From the Bonnie Springs Staff–

Bonnie Screams 2018 has come and gone, but we still have a few things to say about what has become our favorite event of the year. Every year, we try to deliver thrills, chills, and even a few laughs to our guests for Halloween. More so than any other month, October gives us the chance to let as many people as possible enjoy our ranch and Red Rock Canyon’s natural beauty. Bonnie Screams has become more important to us than ever before, and we hope we can continue to give visitors a chance to see Red Rock in all of its splendor. We are proud to call Southern Nevada home and serve the Las Vegas community. We would like to express our gratitude to the dozens of talented men and women who devoted their time to our Halloween celebration, and we believe Bonnie Screams has given us the opportunity to work with some of the best performers in the Las Vegas area. Our service depends on your dedication and professionalism, and you have always met and exceeded our expectations. Of course, we would also like to thank the thousands of guests who have turned Bonnie Screams into one of Nevada’s most popular Halloween attractions. From longtime locals to first-time visitors, we had the chance to scare and, most importantly, entertain people from all over the world. You made Bonnie Screams 2018 one of our greatest and most successful seasons ever! Thank you for taking the time to visit us this October; we hope we gave you a Halloween experience to remember, and we look forward to seeing you all again next year!

*Remember, even though Bonnie Screams has concluded, fall is still the perfect time to visit Bonnie Springs Ranch and try out popular attractions like horseback riding or the Old Town Museum project. Stop in at the Bonnie Springs Restaurant for a hearty meal or take a break in the saloon and enjoy some of the “spirits” left over from Bonnie Screams. As of November 1, Bonnie Springs Ranch will be resuming regular winter hours. As usual, Mondays and Tuesday are “dark”, though the Old Town is still accessible to visitors at no charge. Take a scenic weekend trip away from the city and visit us this fall!