From family friendly pumpkin patches to terrifying haunted houses and creepy walks, Northern Colorado has something for everyone this Halloween. Here is a list of events and activities you can check out to plan a “SPOOK-TACTULAR” Halloween!
10 a.m – 6 p.m daily through October 31st | 3424 East Douglas Rd., Fort Collins
Enjoy FREE admission, parking, punkin chunkin, farm animals, kids’ mini straw maze- always FREE! You will also find seasonal decorations such as straw bales, corn stalks, Indian corn, gourds, a variety of winter squash and of course PUMPKINS! You can even take a hayride or get lost in our corn maze. Click Here for more Information
October 25th – 27th | 600 North Sherwood St., Fort Collins
This event offers a safe trick-or-treat option to families in the Northern Colorado and Southern Wyoming regions. Children ages ten years and under receive treat bags to use for trick-or-treating at the storefronts. These bags are filled with coupons and promotional materials – and by the end of the night, a hoard of candy! Participants also enjoy a pumpkin patch, hayride, a “not-so-spooky” barn, refreshments, and cookies. $5 per child (10 & under) & Adults Free
*Tickets MUST be purchased in advance* Click Here for more details
Now – October 27th | 6728 County Rd 3 ¼, Erie
This farm has become a tradition for many in Northern Colorado. Fall Festival tickets can be purchased online admission includes: 25- acre Corn Maze, Wagon Ride to the Pumpkin Patch (pumpkins additional), Pumpkin Cannon, Jump Pads, Combine Slide, Krazy Rainbow Maze, Barnyard 500 Pedal Karts, Mine Cars, Wooden Train, Barrel Train, Farm animals, Mainyard Fire Pit, Tire Mountain, Fort a-lot-a Fun and Sand Diggers. Visit their website for more information and to plan your visit! Click Here for more Info
Thurs – Sunday thru October 31st | 2318 S. County Road 5, Fort Collins
Have fun at Jack Lantern’s Corn Maze! With plenty of activities, there’s something for everyone! Enjoy two corn mazes, a friendly daytime maze and a haunted nighttime maze, two pumpkin patches that allow you to pick your perfect pumpkin or hop in on our wagon ride and enjoy a free tour of our family farm. Click here for pricing and hours
October 31st 10 a.m – 1 p.m – Free | Old Town Square Fort Collins
it’s time once again for the tiny ghouls and goblins of Fort Collins to invade Old Town for the safe and family-friendly trick-or-treating experience, Tiny Tot Halloween. All children and their guardians are welcome from 10am – 1pm to trick-or-treat down the sidewalks of Old Town, collecting candy from downtown businesses and their costumed staff members. Click here for details
October 26th 10 a.m – 1 p.m | City of Loveland – N. Lincoln Ave and E. 4th Street
Bring the kids down to 4th street for some costumes, community, and candy. Click here for info
October 31st 5 p.m – 8 p.m | Museum of Discovery – 408 Mason Ct., Fort Collins
Don your most boo-tiful or frightful costumes and head to FCMoD for an experience you’ll not soon forget! With Halloween-themed activities spread throughout the museum, and trick-or-treating stations to discover, the whole family will be ghoulishly entertained! Tricks and Treats at FCMoD is included with admission/membership. Visit website here
October 26th 12 p.m – 3 p .m | Marketplace at Centerra – 1550 Fall River Dr., Loveland
This FREE annual spooktacular street festival will feature a wide variety of complimentary hands-on and interactive activities for all ages. Enjoy pumpkin bowling, a not-so-spooky hay maze, face painting, petting zoo, barrel train, spookie selfie station, games, crafts, treats and more! Trunk-n-treat returns to Fall River Drive courtesy of the Motorplex at Centerra. Complimentary goodies and candy available, while supplies last. The festival concludes with a Halloween costume contest from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. on the main stage. Guests are invited to visit the Centerra Booth prior to 3 p.m. to register for the costume contest. The contest is open to all ages including infants, children, adults, groups and family pets.. Dress up the entire family and join in the fun! Click here for info
October 27th 12 p.m – 3 p.m | Promenade Shops at Centerra – 5971 Sky Pond Dr., Loveland
Outside of Rock Bottom Brewery, get in the Halloween spirit with games, prizes, a dog costume contest, hayrides, pumpkin patch and more. The Dog Costume Contest will be held at 1pm with prizes provided by Dog Owners General Store-DOGS LLC. To help SCARE AWAY HUNGER cash donations and non-perishable food donations will be accepted during this event at the KidsPak booth. They are requesting donations of the following items: • Mac & Cheese (7oz) • Spaghetti (1 lb) • Canned Tuna or Chicken (in water) • Mandarin Oranges Fruit Cups (4-pack) Click Here for Details
October 26th 10 a.m – 2 p.m | Town of Johnstown and Milliken
Mark your calendar for the Annual Johnstown and Milliken Trick or Treat Street. Come on out to Downtown Johnstown and stop by businesses in Johnstown from 10a – 12p then double up your fun and make your way to Milliken from 12 pm-2 pm! There will be a scavenger hunt for kids to enjoy and have the chance to win a prize for completing! Click for info
October 26th 8 p.m – 11:59 p.m | Old Town Square, Fort Collins
Come out in zombie style and participate in the best night of the year: the night the zombies descend on Old Town Fort Collins! Dress up like a zombie the night of October 26 and have a bloody good time as you bar crawl in Old Town Fort Collins! Event is free to participate, although they encourage a $5 donation to Turning point to show your appreciation for the work they do in our community! Word-of-mouth is the only way to spread the infection! So tell your friends!
**Note: The makers of this event are not affiliated with Turning Point.** Click for details
Weekends through October 27th | Chippers Lane – 217 West Horsetooth Rd., Fort Collins
A 3000sqft, 2 story haunted house, we guarantee you will be scared before you start. We would love to tell you all that haunts this center, but that wouldn’t be fair! Your task: Survive. Ticket price $20 per person – Reservations available at (970) 226-6327 (Not recommended for ages under 10, although all ages welcome) Click here for details
October 25th & 26th – 7 p.m – 11 p.m | 1750 Savage Rd., 2 miles west of Loveland
This is not your average haunted house and it’s not another corn maze. In fact, it’s not in a house or corn field at all. It’s a terrifying, unguided exploration deep into the Woods to experience the immoral degenerates, native only to the Savage Woods. Gates open at 6 p.m. Tours start at 7 p.m. Adult and Children 11+ It’s really important to note just how scary the Creepy Walk in the Woods is… we do not recommend this for Children under 11- NO REFUNDS if you cannot complete the walk. Please note, there are NO PETS allowed. $20 per person Click Here for Info
Did you know??????
Halloween is the second biggest holiday in the United States????? IBISWorld reports— Americans will spend over $8 billion on candy, decorations, costumes and cards this year, more than in the last five years. On an individual level, the average person spends about $86 per person on average for Halloween fun, according to the National Retail Federation, which surveys consumers before every holiday to get estimates of their outlays. Most of that money goes into costumes—about $32 on average—but shoppers will also pay about $25 each for candy and for decorations.
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