There’s something for everyone in Fort Collins on Halloween. These many events and activities are tailor made for whatever you’re in the mood for, whether that be family activities, bar hopping, or a haunted corn maze. We’ve compiled a handy list that has at least one activity appealing to everyone.
Tonight, Friday, Oct. 30, Fort Collins Brewery is having their annual Halloween Monster Crawl Beer Bash. Enjoy plenty of beer, tasty eats, a costume contest, and games and prizes. This also celebrates the release of Malt Monster Cellar. The party goes from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Watch the Rocky Horror Picture Show both Friday and Saturday at the Lyric Cinema Cafe. Friday show times are 9 p.m. and 11:45 p.m. and Saturday show times are 4 p.m. and 9 p.m.
Head to the Downtown Artery for their Monster Mash Ball at 8 p.m on Halloween night. This concert features Stella Luce, Pep* Squad, Harpoon, The Whale, and Senorita Sometimes.
The Gardens on Spring Creek hosts the Halloween Enchanted Garden on Saturday, Oct. 31 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. This event is $5 per person and made with kids ages two to eight in mind. With a talking pumpkin, giant Jenga, Halloween stories, and pumpkin bowling, it’s sure to be a blast for your kids.
The Bartels Farm gives the quintessential autumn experience. Opened since 1905, it’s fully equipped for a day of fall fun with a hand-carved corn maze, pumpkin patch, farm animals, hay rides, and vegetables for sale.
Northern Colorado Jack Lanterns Corn Maze has everything your family needs for a full day of activities. Not only is there a 15 acre corn maze, but they also have a scavenger hunt, pumpkin patch, bounce house, farm animals, corn chucker, pedal car races, trick or treat games, and a covered picnic area. The corn maze also becomes haunted every day after 7 p.m.
Scream Acres at the Fritzler Maze is the place to be for nightly frights. This haunted corn maze includes an interactive ghost haunt and zombie paintball slayer. The experience is truly terrifying at night, while being a traditional corn maze during the day.
Creepy Walk in the Woods in Loveland (close enough) is open on Halloween from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. This terrifying walk is just west of Devil’s Backbone in the Savage Woods. You never know what kind of creature could be lurking behind every tree.