Chelsea Thomas

Chelsea Thomas

Huge lover of all things coffee, cheese, animals and music. Full Bio


Top Things to do in Denver this Fall!

I don't care what anyone says... FALL is the greatest time of the year, haha.

And if you live in the Denver area there is SO much for you and your friends, or you and your family to experience!

1. Elitch Gardens Fright Fest!

In October, Elitch Gardens transforms into Family By Day and Fright By Night, plus all your favorite Theme Park rides. Don’t miss out on five weekends of scary fun at Colorado’s largest Halloween event!

(Fridays: 6-10 PM  /  Saturdays: 12-11 PM  /  Sundays: 12-9 PM KiddieLand will close at 8 PM each night)

Anderson Farms is home to Colorado's largest fall family fun destination. Activities include a 30 acre corn maze, hayrides to the pumpkin patch, farm animals, barrel train, pedal karts and more! Nighttime activities include campfire rentals, Terror in the Corn and Zombie Paintball Hunt.

3. Fritzler Farm

Since 2000, The Fritzler Family has welcomed young and old to their farm park! Their iconic Corn Maze designs only touch the top of the mountain as Fritzler Farm Park offers over 15 attractions during their Fall Festival events! A Pumpkin Patch, Pedal Go Carts, Barrel Coaster, and Pumpkin Blasters only name a few.

They also have Scream Acres! Where you can go through the Ghost Haunt, nightime paintball, and haunted corn maze! Looks insanely scary, probably would pee my pants a 

3. 13th Floor Haunted House

The 13th Floor Denver is Denver's LEGENDARY haunted house.

They have a bunch of different attractions including half alive, and the possession.

K super scarrrreddd. Get pricing and tickets HERE!

4.  Parker Wine Walk

The last two upcoming dates are:

  • Friday, Oct 26th
  • Friday, Nov 30th

Downtown Parker Wine Walks take place May through November. Enjoy wine samples provided by Parker Area Chamber merchants and learn more about the goods and services they sell and provide. 

The cost is $20 per participant, who must be 21 years of age or older. ID’s are required! Each participant will receive a free wine glass and 10 tasting coupons, plus a list of participating businesses.

5. Kenosha Pass

Kenosha Pass according to Day Hikes Near Denver is:

Probably the best place to view the changing aspens near Denver. It offers both an East and West trail option with gradual ascents to stunning views. Starting at 10,000′ the initial elevation gain on the trails make for easy to moderately strenuous hikes, all depending on how far one decides to travel on these beautiful segments of the Colorado Trail. Vantage points can be accessed about 1/2 mile up both trails offering views down into the high country plains of South Park and out to the Rocky Mountains.


6. Denver Zombie Crawl

Held on October 6th in downtown Denver, The Denver Zombie Crawl holds the Guinness World Record for the largest zombie event. They have a costume contest, haunted hour, and after party! If you're all about zombies and dressing up, this will be your jam. 

7. Pumpkin Harvest Festival

At Four Mile Historic Park's Pumpkin Harvest Festival, find the perfect pumpkin in the patch, take a ride in a horse-drawn wagon, create your own scarecrow, listen and dance to old-time music, make a historic craft and raise a glass in the beer garden! The festival is held on October 6-7th! 

8. Halloween Parade and Party at Union Station

Union Station transforms into "Boonion Station" for this family-friendly Halloween celebration. Your little ones will love trick-or-treating at the shops in the station, participating in a costume parade through the Great Hall and a contest with prizes for best costume and best group/family costume. 

SO MUCH TO DO!! And so many opportunities for Basic B Instagram pictures   .

If you have any other suggestions message us here!

Happy Fall friends!

Xo- Chelsea  

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