Is there really any better place to be in fall than Colorado? We’ll answer for you- no. As if the leaf colors aren’t enough to keep us happy, the festive events really just make it one of the best times of the year.
Don’t miss out on a single event this fall! Read up on our list of northern Colorado events that you cannot miss. Clear your calendar for:
When: Friday, October 26 from 4-6pm
Where: Downtown Greeley
Downtown Greeley is ready to get spooky. Grab your goblins and ghouls, pirates and princesses and head downtown! Bring all your little ones, in their best costumes, and trick or treat from store to store. There will also be activities like cornhole and pumpkin decorating for participants of all ages to enjoy.
Both 8th and 9th street plazas will be closed for traffic.
When: Labor Day through mid-November| 9 am – 6 pm daily
Where: 13912 Co Rd 19, Platteville, CO
What says fall more than a nice pumpkin patch? Well, Miller Farms is the best of the bunch. For a small admission price, you can graze the large patches, pick and take home your own vegetables, and take a tractor ride around their working farm!
When: October 13 | 10:30 am- 12pm
Where: 6029 South Shields Fort Collins, CO 80526
Hurry! There are only a few spots left to create your own secret, woodland home for a friendly troll and his pet dragonfly. You’ll receive all the makings for your own troll home, including 2 tera cotta pots, plants, dirt, mosses, stone, and troll figurine. All ages are welcome. Visit their website for tickets and registration.
When: October 27- November 24
Where: Lincoln Center, Fort Collins
Parents, this one’s for you. Mary Shelley’s 200-year-old horror story comes to life this fall at Fort Collins’ Lincoln Center. A creature assembled from corpses sets out to the unforgiving world to discover his humanity. He becomes increasingly desperate for a companion and well- we’ll we won’t spoil the plotline for you. s
When: October 27 | 10am-2pm
Where: The Gardens on Spring Creek
It’s one of the only candy-free Halloween celebrations in Fort Collins, but the Gardens on Spring Creek still know how to put on a good, festive event. Complete with a face-painter, CSU Bug Zoo, pirate and pumpkin bowling, and mysterious magic shows, the Enchanted Garden is sure to be a good time.
Admission costs $5 per child. Kids 2 years and under are free.
We love being a part of a community that always has so much going on. Fall is so much fun in Northern Colorado, and these great events make it even better. We love being part of a community where there is always something to do! Be sure to stop by any or all of these events this fall.