Here is a guide to the best events in Colorado for Halloween. There’s monsters, pumpkins and ghouls ready to scare just about anyone. There’s also plenty of fun activities for everyone, young and old.
I personally won’t be doing much celebrating this year. But with all of these economic problems, I hope everyone gets a chance to have some fun this Halloween.
Boo at the Zoo
Check out all of the nocturnal animals at the Denver Zoo. Of course, this attraction starts after dark. It is perfect for kids.
Admission prices start at $10 for members, 12 and up, $5 for members, 3 to 11, non-members start at $15 and non-members, 12 and up are $10. Children, 2 and younger get in for free.
On Saturday, October 30th, from 1 pm to 4 pm, Riverside Cemetary will be allowing paid patrons to walk or ride with the Model A Ford Club of Colorado’s tombstone taxi service.
5201 Brighton Blvd.
City of the Dead
October 29th through 31st, check out 30 haunted rooms of spooktacular fun at the Mile High Marketplace.
I-67 and 88th Ave.
Creepy Walk in the Woods
On October 29th, from 4 to 11 pm and October 30th, from 12 noon to 11 pm, have fun collecting candy from many people before 6 pm. After 6, the scary times begin.
1750 Savage Rd. 2 miles west of Loveland, second right-hand turn off Glad Road and follow the signs.
Field of Corpses Haunted Attraction
October 29th through October 31st, open from dusk to 10 pm, check out this spooktacular attraction.
13251 W. 64th Ave. (1/2 mile west of Ward Rd. on 64th Avenue).
Haunted Field of Screams
From I-25, take 104th Ave. 3 and a half miles east to Riverdale Road, 1 mile past Colorado Blvd. From US 85, take 104th west to Riverdale and it’s the first light after US 85.
Strong recommendation: This attraction is not for kids.
Hollywood Undead Halloween Bash
On Halloween night, everyone will be dressing as their favorite Hollywood stars, dead or alive.
Suite 200 at 1427 Larimer St.
5155 E. 64th Ave.
Commerce City, CO 80022
October 29th, from 4:30 to 6:30, from Rio Grande Mexican Restaurant at 825 Ninth St, trick-or-treaters can go down the street, getting candy from participating businesses.