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Follow NTTA Toll Roads to your Favorite Fall Festival Destination

Follow NTTA Toll Roads to your Favorite Fall Festival Destination

TollTag customers can enjoy the sights, sounds and flavors of the fall season by hopping on an NTTA toll road to a local fall festival. From annual Oktoberfest celebrations to Halloween-themed fun runs and campouts, getting to these seasonal events is quick, easy and saves you money with your TollTag! All events are subject to change. Be sure to confirm event dates and times before heading out.

VIA THE DALLAS NORTH TOLLWAY:

City of Plano Haunt Jaunt Night 5K Run, 1-Mile Family Run
Saturday, Oct. 18. Check-in/registration begins at 5 p.m.
Oak Point Park & Nature Preserve and Amphitheater at Oak Point Park
Join the city of Plano for its annual Halloween-themed Haunt Jaunt Night 5k and 1 Mile Fun Run at Oak Point Park. Bring the whole family. Costumes, glow gear and lights are welcome.  In-N-Out® will be onsite serving burgers to the first 800 registrants from 6-9 p.m.  Visit Plano Parks and Recreation for more details. Click here to learn how to get there quicker.
VIA THE SAM RAYBURN TOLLWAY:

McKinney Oktoberfest
Friday, Sept. 26. 4-11 p.m.
Saturday, Sept. 27. 10 a.m.-11 p.m.
Sunday, Sept. 28, noon-5 p.m.
Historic Downtown McKinney
McKinney celebrates its diversity with a cultural event that reflects the many contributions of German immigrants who settled in Texas. Enjoy a fun, family-friendly event that offers authentic German music, food and drink, traditional costumes, dancing, children’s activities and much more. Visit Historic Downtown McKinney for more details. Click here to learn how to get there quicker.
VIA THE PRESIDENT GEORGE BUSH TURNPIKE:

Garland AutumnFest 2014
Saturday, Oct. 18. 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Historic Downtown Square
Come enjoy the 2014 Garland AutumnFest taking place on Oct. 18 on the historic downtown square.  People can enjoy festive seasonal vendors, live entertainment, games and some early Halloween fun. There will also be a doggy costume contest. Visit the City of Garland for more details. Click here to learn how to get there quicker.

Firewheel Town Center Fall Festival
Saturday, Oct. 25. 2-5 p.m.
Firewheel Town Center, Garland
First Baptist Church of Garland and Firewheel Town Center present the 2014 Fall Festival. This is a family friendly event that includes a petting zoo, pony rides, bounce houses and other children activities. Radio Disney will be at the festival.  This event is free and open to the public. Visit Firewheel Town Center for more details. Click here to learn how to get there quicker.

City of Rowlett Camp Fear
Friday-Saturday (overnight), Oct. 24-25. 5 p.m.-11 a.m.
Pecan Grove Park (5300 Main Street), Rowlett
Fee: $75 (includes entire family; $60 if registered by Oct. 6)
Pack up your family, tent and sleeping bags end embark on an adventure at Camp Fear, Rowlett’s Family Halloween campout held at Pecan Grove Park! Participate in a large number of family activities, including games, a haunted hayride, tent trick or treating, s ‘mores and spooky storytelling. Come ready for some fun and bring scary decorations to win the best tent decorating competition! Dinner and breakfast is included for the entire family. (The entertainment for this event is designed for participants ages 8 and up. Children younger than 8 are permitted with their parents’ consent.) Register in person at the Rowlett Community Centre (5300 Main Street) or online (registration #: 311104 C). Visit the City of Rowlett for more details. Click here to learn how to get there quicker.

Oktoberfest
Saturday, Oct. 4. 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Traders Village, Grand Prairie
Come out and enjoy great music of the Alpine Village Band. This lively, four piece German polka band plays polkas and smooth waltzes and encourages audience participation, which leads to a unique style of entertainment. Dine on delicious German food, including sausage, German potato salad and spicy sauerkraut while you enjoy the music. The concert will be in the Red Expo next to our family entertainment area with rides and games for all ages. Admission to Traders Village is free; admission to the park is $3. Visit Traders Village for more details. Click here to learn how to get there quicker.

Haunted Hallway Presented by “La Z” Radio
Sunday, Oct. 26. 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Traders Village, Grand Prairie
Throw on your best Halloween costume and get ready to do the Monster Mash as Traders Village presents the annual Haunted Hallway, the biggest free spooktacular for kids in the Metroplex. Bring the kids for a day full of ghostly fun. Come celebrate Halloween with a haunted house, costume contest, and lots of candy. Admission to Traders Village is free; admission to the park is $3. Visit Traders Village for more details. Click here to learn how to get there quicker.

Farmers Branch Halloween in the Park
Saturday, Oct. 25. 5-10 p.m. Free admission.
Farmers Branch Historical Park
Halloween in the Park is held at the beautiful Farmers Branch Historical Park, which is located southeast of the President George Bush Turnpike and Interstate 35E. Halloween in the Park features game booths, trick-or-treat stations, a petting zoo, pony rides, stage entertainment, food vendors and more! Visit Farmers Branch Historical Park for more details. Click here to learn how to get there quicker.

Street N’ Treat
Saturday, Oct. 31. 6-8 p.m. Free.
Grand Prairie Farmers Market, Market Square
This community event includes games, bounce houses, candy, prizes and food. Visit the Grand Prairie Farmers Market for more details. Click here to learn how to get there quicker.