It’s officially fall in Colorado, which means we have summer one day and winter the next, with that beautiful blue sky tempting us into doing fun things outside. Like find a pumpkin, go to a haunted house (or tour a haunted cemetery, if you’re really brave), chill out at a fall festival or even run in a very special 5K race (keep reading, you’ll see what we mean).
If you’re looking for something more fun than just cleaning out your gutters or getting your yard ready for winter, here are a few ideas:
Free Things To Do This Fall In Denver
If you go to the Celestial Seasonings tour, be sure to go in the Peppermint room. You will never forget it…in a good way.
Fall Fun: Guide to Pumpkin Patches, Festivals and Corn Mazes
OK, who’s brave enough to go in a giant corn maze, in the dark, with only a glow stick to light your way AND it’s a haunted house too? Not me!
Denver’s Wackiest Fall Festivals
Did you know that Denver has a gorilla costume 5K run? I did not, but evidently 3,000 of our fellow city dwellers did.
9 fall things to do in Colorado
There’s more to do in Glenwood springs than just soak in the hot springs. Seems that the cemetery is worth a visit as well.
Westword Event Calendar
We can always count on Westword to help us find fun and unusual things to do. Fall or any season.
Colorado Fall Activities
If you prefer to choose your activities based on the visual cues, check out this cool Pinterest board.
OK, no need to keep reading…go do something fun in Colorado!