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Rocky Mountain Pumpkin Ranch
Fall Harvest Festival October 1st - 31st.

Don't miss our fast, furious and fun weekends in October celebrating the harvest, autumn and the pumpkin. On Saturdays and Sundays from 9am-6pm we offer lots of fun for everyone including pony rides, airplane rides, pumpkin painting, petting zoo, hay maze, corn tunnel, inflatable bouncy castle, balloon typhoon, air filled pumpkin, food vendors and pick your own pumpkin. During the week, Monday - Friday from 9am-5pm, we offer self-guided tours and fun activities for the little ones. We also offer a general market full of fall produce.

Anderson Farms Fall Festival
Sept 23 - Nov 1, open daily

Come See Colorado's Longest-Running Corn Maze - Take a hayride out to the pumpkin patch on a wagon pulled by an antique Oliver tractor. We have pumpkins as far as the eye can see! Get Lost in our 30 acre corn maze! The maze is open day and night and is never haunted. Plus the whole family will enjoy Pumpkin Launching, Mine Cars, Barrel Train, Farm Animals, Kiddie Korral, Pedal Karts, Gem Mining, Private Campfires, Fort A-Lota-Fun, Duck Races and the World's Largest Cornucopia. For the more adventurous crowd, check out Terror in the Corn and Zombie Paintball Hunt. The Farm is Located At: 6728 County Road 3 1/4 Erie, CO 80516 Phone: 303-828-5210. Open 7 days a week during the Fall Festival.

Harvest Farm Fall Festival & Corn Maze
Oct 2 - 31, Friday, Saturday, & Sunday

Join us for the 13th Annual Harvest Farm Fall Festival and Corn Maze in Wellington, Colorado. The Fall Festival is open each weekend (Friday, Saturday & Sunday), starting October 2 and running through October 31. Opening weekend is only $10!

Celebrate the season and create life-long memories by spending a day at Harvest Farm. Enjoy a variety of family-friendly attractions including a 10-acre corn maze, pig races, hay wagon rides, corn cannons, petting zoo, obstacle course and much more!

Colorado Springs area
Wishing Star Farm Fall Festival
Sept 25 - Oct 31.

The foundation of our Fall Festival - September 25 - October 31 - is celebrating the harvest. Come and meet the animals at the petting zoo and pick out your own pumpkin. Cowgirls and Cowboys there is pony ride waiting for you! You will also enjoy train rides, duck races, wagon rides, pumpkin painting, horse shoes and playing in the corn bins or hay stacks. We invite everyone to take some of the fall harvest home with them. Come visit our harvest store packed full of yummy treats like farm fresh eggs, pies, breads, and jams. Pumpkins are $3 each, purchase your pumpkin ticket with your admission.

La Salle
Fritzler Corn Maze
Opening September 20th

Welcome to the Fritzler Corn Maze web site! The Fritzler Corn Maze is Colorado's original and premier corn maze offering bushels of farmtastic fun! Located just seven miles south of Greeley, Colorado on Highway 85, our corn maze is just a short drive from anywhere across the Colorado front range. At the Fritzler Corn Maze, we've been providing a fun, exciting atmosphere suitable for all ages since we started in the Fall of 2000, and this year we're gearing up for even more corn maze fun!

Cottonwood Farms
Open Daily 10 A.M. - 6 P.M. Sept. 27 - Oct. 31.

Free Admission: Welcome to Cottonwood Farm. We are opening our fall festival on September 27, 2014 with pumpkins, animals and mazes. Cottonwood Farm is located east of Boulder on 75th Street & Arapahoe Rd. with a great view of the Front Range. Bring your camera to capture of all the family fun. Corn Maze Bring the whole family for a walk in the corn maze free of charge. Our two acre corn maze provides the "real feel" of being on the farm. Straw Bale Maze: Get ready to snap some shots of your children in the straw bale maze from one of our two raised platforms. Pumpkin Patch: Borrow one of our red wagons or bring your own for a trip out to the pumpkin patch. Each pumpkin is unique and it's fun to see which one each family member chooses. Animals: We have pens along both sides of the farm, with animals galore. Say hi to Rocco the donkey, and Bentley the miniature horse. Hay Ride: We offer a hay ride for $3 every weekend day in October. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Children under 3 ride free. You will sit on straw bales on a real farm wagon pulled by a tractor. This ride takes you around the patch and back. You will get a bird's eye view of the activities at the farm as well as a view of the Front Range with all the fall colors.

Denver Metro
Mile High Farms
Fridays through Sundays, Oct 3 - 31, 10am - dusk

Mile High Farms is "A Place Only Kids Can Imagine" with its whimsical dressings and it's INSPIRE stage for playful performances. Their old farm equipment has been repurposed into a creative playground, and Grover's Garden petting zoo is always a hit. This year we have horse drawn wagon rides in addition to our antique tractor rides to the pumpkin patch! Corn pits, inflatable castle, and more! This is our 5th year anniversary, so in honor of this joyous occasion, our corn maze design is two high five'n alpacas! Like us on Facebook for all the fun updates.

Wheat Ridge
Wheat Ridge Recreation Center Halloween Programs 2015

Bats of the World - Thursday, October 1st 6:30 - 7:30 pm
An exciting educational program featuring live bats! Join Rob Mies, bat expert, scientist, conservationist, TV personality and director of the Organization for Bat Conservation to learn how bats use sounds waves to navigate in the dark. You'll also learn about the bat's role in the food web and about conservation and ecosystems in Colorado and around the world.

Halloween Spooktacular Friday, October 30th 9:30 - 11:00 am
Your little punkin' will have a spooktacular time with our Halloween themed games and activities! Dress your child in costume as this program also features trick-or-treating through the Recreation Center! Snack provided.

Fright Night Party Saturday, October 31st 6:00 - 9:00 pm
Meet up with friends at the Wheat Ridge Rec Center for a Halloween Fright Night Party! Costume Contest - Dance Party - Trick-or-Treat Scavenger Hunt and more frightening fun! Light refreshments provided.

Freaky Friday Halloween Party - A Halloween event for people with disabilities - Friday, October 30th 6:00 - 8:30 pm
Join friends at the historic Richards-Hart Estate mansion for a dance party, costume contest, freakishly fun games, and glow-in-the-dark Haunted Treat Hunt! Light refreshments provided. Richards-Hart Estate · W. 28th Ave & Benton St.

Renaissance Adventures Halloween Quest
Saturday, October 31st from 6pm - 10pm​

​Be the hero of a spooky quest! ​Kids band together as a team of heroes in a quest to save the kingdom, making use of maps, riddles, safe foam swords, and their imagination. This is a slightly spooky, age-appropriate, outdoor live-action roleplaying game for kids, and if the participants wear costumes, they get extra powers to use in the game.​ Ages: 8-16. Location: Haystack Mountain Golf Course in Niwot.

Boo At The Zoo - Oct. 24-25 & Oct. 31-Nov. 1

Denver Zoo offers two weekends of spook-tacular events at its family-friendly Boo At The Zoo After Dark on the evenings of October 30 and 31 and Boo At The Zoo during the daytime of October 24, 25, 31 and November 1. All events are sponsored by Your Hometown Toyota Stores and offer 30 trick-or-treat stations, creepy crawly animal demonstrations and exciting family-friendly entertainment. The Zoo will also be revealing new, Halloween-themed LEGO sculptures to join its ongoing exhibit, "Nature Connects, Art with LEGO Bricks" brought to you by the Goddard Schools. This includes a giant, spooky spider and more!

Hurry and purchase your tickets online to Boo At The Zoo After Dark before October 23 and receive a $5 discount off admission! These two evening events run from 6:30 to 9 p.m. on October 30 and 31. Kids and their families are welcome to dress up in their favorite Halloween costumes and enjoy treats, up-close animal encounters, a professional pumpkin carver, face painting, a maze at Carousel Meadows and interactive booths for the kids. Admission is $17 for adults and $12 for children. Tickets will be limited and this event usually sells out! Visit to purchase tickets or seek out more information.

The 31st annual Boo At The Zoo will be held October 24-25 and October 31-November 1 at the Zoo during normal hours, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and is included with regular Zoo admission. Young goblins, ghosts, princesses and zooperheroes will experience child-friendly trick or treating while enjoying magic shows and wild animal encounters in Denver Zoo's 80 acres of animal habitats, home to more than 4,000 animal residents. Kids can get up close and personal with creepy, Halloween creatures like vampire bats, spiders and reptiles.

In the spirit of having a green Halloween, Denver Zoo encourages kids to bring their own reusable bags or buckets to collect treats and instead of purchasing new costumes visit their local thrift shop to find used clothing for this year's costumes.

Boo After Dark - 6:30pm to 9:00pm, Oct. 30-31

Boo After Dark offers more than 25 trick-or-treat stations, creepy crawly animal demonstrations and exciting family-friendly entertainment under the canopy of the beautiful fall foliage of Denver Zoo. For those of you who love Boo at the Zoo but prefer to trick-or-treat in the evening. Admission: $17 for adults; $12 for children -- *Purchase your tickets online before October 23rd and receive $5 off ticket office pricing* 2 and under are free. Membership does not cover admission to this after-hours event, all attendees must purchase tickets.

Fright Fest is open Friday nights, Saturdays & Sundays from Oct 2 - Nov 1. Family By Day activities take place every Saturday & Sunday 12-5 pm

Family by Day: Halloween festivities invade the park throughout the day each weekend. Little ghosts and goblins can enjoy Free Candy on the Trick or Treat Trail and partake in several Halloween themed interactive challenges, including Ghouls Match, Gross Out for Kids, Scream It Out, Costume Contest, and more! Open Oct 2 through Nov 1: Saturdays & Sundays 12-5 pm (Fright by Night haunted activities are open late Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights and are recommended for ages 12 and older). Visit for details and to purchase discount tickets.

Canon City
Royal Gorge Bridge & Park, Boo at the Bridge
October 24, 2015 from 4pm - 8:30pm

Boo at the Bridge, one night of howling good fun. $10/ticket when prepurchased or $12 at the gate. We will have trick or treating, hay rides, carnival games, bands, and much more entertainment! The gondolas will be open and the mini-train will turned into a ghost train For the daredevils, night flights on the Royal Rush Skycoaster and Royal Gorge Cloudscraper by Ziprider, the highest zipline in North America, will be open (extra pay features). The Skycoaster is $25 for one rider, and the ZipRider is $40 per rider.

Butterfly Pavilion Bug-A-Boo
October 17th and 18th from 9am-5pm

Celebrate the Fall season dressed in your Halloween best, while enjoying indoor trick-or-treating & not so creepy, crawly activities. Festivities will run from 9 am - 5 pm on both days and include: Costumes, Candy, and Crawlies! You don't want to miss our annual costume parade, cockroach races, face painting, kids pumpkin craft, and so much more! Make all of October a celebration, not just the 31st!

Hudson Gardens FestiFall 2015
Saturday, October 10th 9am - 2pm

Celebrate fall at Hudson Gardens with games, pumpkins, a wagon ride and face painting! Bee amazed by the wonders of beekeepers, have a hoot in the hay bale maze and view The Gardens in a whole new way atop a wagon ride. See live raptors, hear songs and stories and make a craft! There's even a pumpkin sale! Hudson Gardens’ members will enjoy additional benefits like fast-track admission and merchandise discounts.Not a member yet? Come to FestiFall and we’ll apply your admission toward a membership at the Household level or greater. FestiFall gets your family outdoors for affordable autumn fun! Cost: $5 for ages 5+, $3 for ages 2-4. Children ages 1 and under are free. Additional charge for wagon rides and mini-pumpkins. Walk-up admission only.

Halloween Contest at the Skatuary

Date: October 31st, TIME: 11:00 Registration 12:00 Contest, Cost: $10.00 per person, PLACE: 3535 S Irving St, BRING: Waiver (Signed by Legal Guardian) $ for snacks. Beginner Intermediate Advanced classes. Prizes for... Game of skate ramp jam best trick Best costume

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