Front Range Halloween and Fall Fun Guide

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A look at the fun from last year's Rocky Mountain Pumpkin Ranch Pumpkin Festival.

A look at the fun from last year’s Rocky Mountain Pumpkin Ranch Pumpkin Festival.

DENVER — Celebrate the season of fall and the Halloween holiday this year by partaking in one of the Front Range’s many pumpkin harvests, corn mazes, trick-or-treat streets or boo at the zoos, just to name a few.

You can find a detailed look at the fall events in your area by clicking on the icons in the map above.

The location of the events and their websites can be found in the pop-up bubble when you click on those icons. Below is a brief map key.

  • Sun: Outdoor event
  • Building: Indoor event
  • Mask: Trick-or-treat street
  • Horse: Boo at the zoo event

Below, you can also find a list of the fall events, arranged by date.

Looking for more details about each event? Those can be found here, courtesy of our partners at “Colorado Parent” magazine.

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Event (Location) Dates Hours
Anderson Farms Fall Festival (Erie) Oct. 1-Nov. 1 Opens at 10am, closing varies
Cottonwood Farms Halloween Pumpkin Patch Festival (Boulder) Oct. 1-31 10am-6pm
Crazed Cornfield Maze (Thornton) Oct. 1-31 Mon-Fri: 10am-6pm, Sat-Sun: 9am-6pm
Denver Botanic Gardens at Chatfield Annual Corn Maze (Denver) Oct. 1-Nov. 1 Fri: 4-9pm, Sat: 10am-9pm, Sun: 12-6pm
Fritzler Corn Maze (La Salle) Oct. 1-Nov. 1 Wed-Thurs: 5-9pm, Fri: 5-10pm, Sat: 11am-10pm, Sun: 12-6pm
Mile High Farms (Bennett) Oct. 1-Oct. 31 Fri-Sun: 10am-6pm
Miller Farms Fall Harvest Festival (Platteville) Oct. 1-mid Nov. 9am-6pm
Munson Farms Open to Public (Boulder) Oct. 1-31 9am-6:30pm
Rock Creek Farm You-Pick-Em Pumpkins (Broomfield) Oct. 1-31 9am-6pm
Sunflower Farm Fall Farm Visits (Longmont) Oct. 1-Oct. 31 Mon-Fri: 9am-1pm, Sun: 9am-3pm
Elitch Gardens Fright Fest (Denver) Fri nights, weekend through Oct. Fri: 6-10pm, Sat: 12-10pm, Sun: 12-9pm
Four Mile Pumpkin Harvest Festival (Denver) Oct. 4-5 10am-4pm
Lakewood Heritage Center Cider Days (Lakewood) Oct. 4-5. 10am-5pm
Rocky Mountain Pumpkin Ranch Pumpkin Festival (Longmont) Weekends through Oct. 31 9am-6pm
Tagawa Gardens Pumpkin Festival (Centennial) Weekends through Oct. 26 10am-4pm
Denver Botanic Gardens at Chatfield Pumpkin Fest (Denver)) Oct. 10-12 9am-5pm
Punkin Chunkin Colorado (Aurora) Oct. 11-12 11th: 10am-5pm, 12th: 11am-4pm
The Wildlife Experience Family Film Night (Parker) Oct. 11-12 3:30pm-8pm
Boo at the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo (Colorado Springs) Oct. 17-19, 24-26, 31 4-8:30pm
Creepy Walk in the Woods (Loveland) Oct. 17-18, 24-25, 31 7-11pm, Kids walk on Oct. 25 from 12-4pm
Ghosts in the Denver Botanic Gardens (Denver) Oct. 17-18 9pm
Molly Brown House Museum Victorian Horrors (Denver) Oct. 17-25 6-8:45pm
Butterfly Pavilion Bug-a-Boo (Westminster) Oct. 18-19 9am-5pm
Children’s Museum Trick-or-Treat Street (Denver) Oct. 24-26 9am-7:30pm
Haunted Forest  (Highlands Ranch) Oct. 24-25 7:30-11:00pm
Boo at the Denver Zoo (Denver) Oct. 25-26 10am-5pm
Colorado Railroad Museum Trick-or-Treat Street (Golden) Oct. 25-26 10am-4pm
Halloween Kids Fest at the Downtown Aquarium (Denver) Oct. 25-26 10am-9:30pm
Halloween at Denver Museum of Nature & Science (Denver) Oct. 31 5:30pm to Nov. 1, 10am




  • crazy cat lady

    Wow! I didn’t know that the front range ends at Longmont. It sure does seem that way often, as this proves!

  • David Blankinship

    Cottonwood Farms is actually pinned at the wrong location. It is on the southwest corner of 75th and Arapahoe, in between Boulder and Lafayette.

  • Will C. Holden

    Sorry you’re disappointed in the guide. If you have heard of fall events north, south, east or west of Longmont that aren’t on the list, feel free to email them to Thanks!

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