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Corn Mazes & Pumpkin Patches
Anderson Farms
6728 County Road 3 ¼, Erie
(303) 828-5210
Anderson Farms has a range of activities to choose from, like the Corn Maze that’s perfect for all ages, the Terror in the Corn, the Zombie Paintball Hunt, and more.

Baseggio Family Pumpkin Patch & Corn Maze
16695 County Rd. 20.5, Atwood
(970) 580-3024
Fall is the time for pumpkin patches and corn mazes. Visit us for a family-friendly environment where you can find the perfect pumpkin to carve.


Bromley Farm
1594 E. Bromley Ln., Brighton
(970) 699-0108
Bromley Farm entertains and educates through hands-on activities. The whole family is invited to explore, discover, and learn.

Chatfield Farms
8500 W. Deer Creek Canyon Rd., Littleton
(720) 865-3500
It’s time to “seas” the day as you dive in to explore our seven-acre corn maze. This year’s maze has a sea-creature theme for fun twists and tricky turns.

Colon Orchards
3175 Grandview Ave., Cañon City
(719) 275-6359
The pumpkin patch is one of their favorite ways to connect with the community and introduce new visitors to the shop. Nothing brings a family together quite like a day on the farm.

Colorado Kids Ranch
18065 Saddlewood Rd., Monument
(719) 799-6708
We have tractor hay rides, laser tag, human foosball, straw maze, pony rides, bounce pillows, tube swings, straw slides, and more.

Cottonwood Farms
10600 Isabelle Rd., Lafayette
(720) 890-4766
Bring the whole family for a walk in the corn maze that is cut by hand, not by tractors, which allows our paths to be narrower, and the experience to be more personal. Our two-acre corn maze provides the real feel of being on the farm.


Hankins Farms
26745 Weld County Rd. 17, Johnstown
(970) 408-0608
Come spend the day with us this fall. As the leaves turn, the kids enjoy the fresh air, and you can escape with your family. Bring your own lawn chair, sit back, and relax under one of the ol’ cottonwood trees.

Hergenreder Farms
13332 Co Rd. 5, Longmont
(303) 349-5711
At Hergenreder Farms, pick out your favorite pumpkin and explore the free corn or bale maze. Admission into the farm is free.

Jack Lantern’s Northern Colorado Corn Maze
2318 S. Co Rd. 5, Fort Collins
(970) 308-5843
Jack Lantern’s Corn Maze has been Northern Colorado’s favorite corn maze and pumpkin patch for 20-plus years, offering acres and acres of fun.

Long Neck Pumpkin Farm
7595 California Dr., Colorado Springs
(719) 551-0525
In addition to pumpkins and fall-themed photo ops, Long Neck Pumpkin Farm offers various family-friendly activities, games, and offerings: hayrides, a hay slide, duck races, farm animals, tractor swings, and more.

Maize in the City
10451 McKay Rd., Unit 1, Thornton
Take a turn navigating our 20-plus acre corn or mini maze using our customizable smartphone trivia game. How fast will you make it out?


Mazzotti Farms Pumpkin Patch & Corn Maze
24120 Co Rd. 8, Hudson
(303) 536-4089
Enjoy the harvest at Mazzotti Farms, which has a variety of pumpkins, gourds, and golden corn stalks. The farm offers several activities like the scare-free corn maze, a petting zoo, and even making a scarecrow.

Mile High Farms
11 Cavanaugh Rd., Bennet
(720) 560-0730
Come in and explore our pumpkin patch with a large variety of different pumpkin types. Pick out your favorite to take home and enjoy during the fall season.

Munson Farms
7455 Valmont Rd., Boulder
(720) 491-1421
Fall is a wonderful season at Munson Farms. Pick your own pumpkin in our patch, fill a wheelbarrow of pumpkins and heirlooms, purchase some winter squash, and enjoy the free corn maze.

Rock Creek Farm
2005 S. 112th St., Broomfield
(303) 465-9565
Join us for fall family fun activities at one of the largest pumpkin patches in northern Colorado. We have over 80 acres of U-Pick-Em pumpkin fields for you to explore and find the perfect pumpkins.

Rocky Mountain Pumpkin Ranch
9059 Ute Hwy., Longmont
(303) 684-0087
We offer a mellow pumpkin patch weekday outing during the month of October with a smaller selection of activities available to participate in.


Studt Farms Pumpkin Patch & Corn Maze
21 ½ Rd., Grand Junction
(970) 305-9006
Studt Farms offers several family-friendly activities like corn mazes, pumpkin patches, a petting zoo, pumpkin jumps, a Hay Mountain, fire pits, and more.

The Bartels Farm
3424 E. Douglas Rd., Fort Collins
(970) 493-3853
We take pride and joy in serving our community, bringing family and friends together for the past 22 years with our pumpkin patch and you-pick vegetable garden.

Farmers Markets
Alamosa Farmers Market
Corner of Ross & 6th St., Alamosa
(719) 849-1083
Head to Alamaso for a farmers market from 8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. until October 14.

Cherry Creek Fresh Market
3000 E. 1st Ave., Denver
(303) 442-1837
Cherry Creek Fresh Market Features an award-winning mix of farm flowers, local produce, handcrafted products, and delicious cuisine from Colorado. This reoccurs every Saturday until November 4, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

City Park Farmers Market
2551 E. Colfax Ave., Denver
The City Park Farmers Market serves locally grown food in the heart of Denver at City Park Esplanade. The market is open every Saturday from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. until October 28.


Crested Butte Farmers Market
Downtown Crested Butte
(405) 203-0168
The Crested Butte Farmers Market promotes sustainable agriculture and farm-to-consumer sales within Crested Butte. The market offers organic and certified naturally grown vegetables, fruits, herbs, pasture-raised and grass-finished meats, artisanal cheese, and more. Happening until October 8.

Festival Park Farmers Market
300 2nd St., Castle Rock
We are constantly working to bring Colorado’s finest ranchers, farmers, and artisans to Festival Park. The farmers market is open every Sunday until October 15.

Golden Farmers Market
1019 10th St., Golden
(303) 279-3113
We are dedicated to promoting food equity, enhancing community connections, and nurturing growth and innovation. The final day to attend the market is October 7 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Larimer County Farmers Market
200 W. Oak St., Fort Collins
(970) 498-6000
The Larimer County Farmers’ Market is Northern Colorado’s oldest farmers’ market. It supports local growers and is a staple of Old Town Fort Collins. Attend the market until October 28.

Louisville Farmers Market
824 Front St., Louisville
(303) 902-2451
Our farmers sell Colorado-grown organic, transitional, and pesticide-free vegetables. The market is open until October 14 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.


Metro Denver Farmers Market
8501 W. Bowles Ave., Littleton
(303) 513-7610
Many of our farmers are from generations of Colorado farming families, locally grown in all ways. From 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. (or sellout) every Saturday, find great products until October 28.

South Pearl Street Farmers Market
1527 S. Pearl St., Denver
It is important to support our local community; therefore, all products must be grown, raised, produced, or gathered by the vendor in the State of Colorado or in counties bordering the State of Colorado. The market is open until November 12, every Sunday.

South University Farmers Market
5859 S. University Blvd., Greenwood Village
(720) 232-3740
Right in Greenwood Village, grab all the necessities and fresh produce at the local farmers market. The market is open on Fridays until October 27.

The Farmer’s Market at Highlands Square
W. 32nd Ave. & Lowell Blvd., Denver
(303) 734-0718
Head to Highlands Square until October 15. Offering fabulous fruits, fancy flowers, beautiful beets, glorious “grown in Colorado” produce, puffy pastries, bodacious bread, and more.

Timnath Farmers Market
4138 Main St., Timnath
(970) 425-6804
On the second Sunday of October, stop by the Timnath Farmers Market for fresh produce and foods, artisan goods, gifts, and more. The market is open from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.


Fall Events
Boo at the Zoo
Cheyenne Mountain Zoo
4250 Cheyenne Mountain Zoo Rd., Colorado Springs
(719) 633-9925
Boo at the Zoo has a haunted house, spooky graveyard, trick-or-treat at Spooky Treat Stations, pirates cove, lighted pumpkin patch, a sky ride, and a Giraffe and Budgie feeding experience. The event is happening October 20-22, 27-29, and 31 from 4 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

Breckenridge Craft Spirits Festival
Riverwalk Center
150 W. Adams Ave., Breckenridge
(970) 547-3100
The Breckenridge Craft Spirits Festival is happening on October 6-8. Try some of the best offerings from artisan distillers, learn more about the distilling process, and attend several exciting events.

Cedaredge Applefest
W. Main St., Cedaredge
(970) 856-3123
Festivities include live music, art, craft, and food vendors, a five Alarm Chili Cookoff, a Golf Tournament, Pinup Competitions, a 5K run, and more. The festivities begin the weekend of October 6.

Denver Ghost Tour
200 E. Colfax Ave., Denver
(720) 885-9930
Our Denver Ghost Tour takes you through eight or 13 different sites around the Capitol Hill area, each with its own colorful past. This is a family-friendly attraction and is suitable for everyone.

Elk Fest
Downtown Estes Park
170 MacGregor Ave., Estes Park
(970) 577-9900
The final day to experience the family-friendly Elk Fest is October 1. Enjoy vendors, live music, food trucks, bugling contests, performances, and more. Jump online to view the entire festival schedule and buy tickets.


Fall Festival
7th Generation Farm
1536 Courtesy Rd., Louisville
(720) 499-8199
Enjoy fun activities such as hayrides, duck races, hay mountain, kids’ straw bale maze, straw bale pirate ship, and more. The Farm Stand is open to purchase meat, eggs, honey, and roasted chilies.

Fall Harvest Festival
Miller Farms
13912 Co Rd. 19, Platteville
(970) 785-6133
Our fall festival gives everyone the opportunity to not only explore the farm but also to harvest their own vegetables. During the fall harvest, everyone takes a tractor ride to our fields, with stops to pick their own produce.

Fritzler Farm Park
20861 Co Rd. 33, La Salle
(970) 737-2129
Their iconic corn maze designs only touch the top of the mountains as Fritzler Farm Park offers tons of attractions during their Fall Festival season. Guests can check out the pumpkin patch, pedal go-carts, barrel train, and pumpkin cannons—only to name a few.

Haunted Trail
Bear Creek Lake Park
15600 W. Morrison Rd., Lakewood
(303) 697-6159
Experience Bear Creek Lake Park in all its ghoulish magic in an evening of ghostly trails and tales on October 14. Walk along Owl Trail and discover the critters of the night, enjoy carnival games and tasty treats from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Halloween Fest
700 Water St., Denver
(303) 561- 4450
From October 29-31, join Sharkey and his friends for a fun day of games, prizes, costume contests, and other fun activities. The Halloween Fest is from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and kids in costumes receive half-off admission tickets.


Halloween Parade and Trick-or-Treat Street
Roosevelt Park
700 Longs Peak Ave., Longmont
On October 28, the City of Longmont is calling all ghosts and goblins to the 44th Annual Halloween Parade and Trick or Treat Street. Dress up in your Halloween costume, march on Main Street, and visit Downtown participating merchants for Trick or Treat Street right after the parade.

Halloween Spooktacular
Boettcher Concert Hall
1000 14th St., Denver
(720) 865-4220
On Sunday, October 29, have a Spooktacular day with the Colorado Symphony. This family-friendly concert features music from films and television, and costumes are encouraged. The show begins at 2:30 p.m., and tickets start at $10.

Miners’ Pumpkin Patch Fundraiser
Western Museum of Mining & Industry
225 N. Gate Blvd., Colorado Springs
(719) 488-0880
The Miners’ Pumpkin Patch takes place on Saturdays in October. Enjoy several family-fun activities like cornhole, tether ball, Kids’ Hay Maze, sack races, Giant Checkers, and more.

Munchkin Masquerade
Pearl Street Mall
1300 Pearl St., Boulder
(303) 449-3774
On October 31, Downtown Boulder is invaded by tiny ghosts, goblins, dinosaurs, dragons, fairies, princes, superheroes, and animals that trick-or-treat along Pearl Street. This event is recommended for ages 12 and under.

October Festival
Rocky Mountain Pumpkin Ranch
9059 Ute Hwy., Longmont
(303) 684-0087
Don’t miss the excitement of the weekend festival held on Saturdays and Sundays during the month of October. It boasts tons of Carnival Fun with kiddie rides, a petting zoo, face-painting, a food truck, and of course, is home to the original Pick-a-Pumpkin Pumpkin Patch.


Oktoberfest Denver
2100 Larimer St., Denver
The 53rd annual two-weekend festival is back and is full of competitions, live music, beer, and more! The final day to enjoy the festival is October 1.

Pumpkin Fest
Chatfield Farms
8500 W. Deer Creek Canyon Rd., Littleton
(720) 865-3500
The Pumpkin Fest is happening October 6-8, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Festivities include family and children activities, local craft and artisan booths, live music, food trucks, and beer and hard cider vendors.

Pumpkin Pour Painting
artSPARK Creative Studio
2630 W. Belleview Ave. Ste. 160, Littleton
(303) 795-7897
Kick off the Halloween season by painting pumpkins on October 9 from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. Spend time with your kiddos and create a one-of-a-kind pumpkin.

Safe Street Halloween
Northglenn Marketplace
10578 W. 104th Ave., Northglenn
(720) 771-7560
Northglenn Police Department’s popular event is back for some trick-or-treat fun on Kennedy Drive along Centennial Park. Enjoy spooky inflatables, music, candy, and trunk-or-treat cars in a safe environment with the entire family. This event is entirely outside, so dress for the weather.

Spooky Streets Stroll
Orchard Town Center
14697 Delaware St., Westminster
(303) 450-8601
On October 15, enjoy a spooky sweets stroll and Macabre Market. Dress up in your most enchanting costume to trick-or-treat and enjoy the Halloween-themed makers market. Trick-or-treat from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., and enjoy the Macabre Market from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.


Spooky Streets at Southglenn
6851 S. Gaylord St., Centennial
(303) 539-7141
Friday, October 20, enjoy balloon artists, kids’ entertainment, music, dancing, and more from 4:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. This is not a trick-or-treating event but a celebration of the season.

Philip S. Miller Park
1375 W. Plum Creek Pkwy., Castle Rock
(720) 724-2083
It’s Halloween and time for fall fun with the entire family on Saturday, October 21. Play games, win prizes, and enjoy delicious food and candy at this free. Sensory-friendly activities are happening from 1 p.m. until 2 p.m.

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