If you’re looking for family fun to do during your holiday trip to Corpus Christi, look no further!

Rockin K’ Farms: the place where excellent family adventures happen! Explore the Corn Maze, pick out the perfect pumpkin, and enjoy attractions like Slides, Backyard Games, Farm Animals, Cow Train, Apple Blaster, and much more! Make sure to have a camera – there are some incredible Fall photo ops around the farm!  You’re bound to get hungry amidst all the adventures, and you’re in luck! You’ll find concessions around the farm that serve drinks and delicious food for the whole family.

Texas Jazz Festival: The longest and largest free-running festival in the world is held at Heritage Park for your enjoyment! All ages are welcome to enjoy a trifecta of great jazz music, delicious food, and market vendors. A free shuttle is available for all festival visitors, courtesy of the Corpus Christi RTA. You won’t want to miss out on the fun!

Haunted Experiences: Do you like a good scare? If so, you’re in luck. Corpus Christi is home to Fright Night, a haunted attraction with themes like Hotel Hell, Tormented Souls, and The Dark that are guaranteed to give you a big scare!

Take a Paranormal Tour with Enjoy Corpus Christi Tours LLC for some historical, cemetery, ghost, and cultural sightseeing, as well as other excursions around our city!

You can also jump aboard the Lexington for the Haunting on the Blue Ghost for a terrifying tour that takes the bravest souls through over 80 compartments on two decks of this WWII-era aircraft carrier. Beware -- there will be steep ladders, dark corridors, creaky hatchways, and sights, screams, and sounds. You can also opt for the Face Your Fears Escape Room, also on the Lex. This horror-suspense-themed escape room is a lockdown themed on solving a case of finding the missing ghost hunters without suffering the same fate.


Holiday Events: Watch Downtown Corpus Christi come to life as boats gather at the Marina to compete for the most festive vessel during the Illuminated Boat Parade. Hundreds of lights, a parade, and locals spreading holiday cheer make this event a must during your stay! You’ll also want to swing by Peppermint Lane to enjoy some shopping while celebrating the start of the holiday shopping season. Chaparral Street was the main destination for shopping in the '60s, and now, the area is decorated for the holidays and ready to welcome shoppers!

Ranch Hand Breakfast at King Ranch: Get ready for a taste of the cowboy life on the historic King Ranch. Your tastebuds will dance for an authentic and hearty cowboy breakfast, and King Ranch has the perfect event for you! Cooked and served outdoors during the cool November breeze, the annual Ranch Hand Breakfast includes a satisfying array of eggs, refried beans, biscuits n’ gravy, sausage, tortillas, coffee, and juice. In addition, there will be team roping, old-time cow camp cooking demonstration, storytelling, and musical entertainment.