7 Things Worth Doing This Fall


McKenna Grigsby, Journalist

1. Making number one on this list is my personal favorite, the annual Zombie Crawl in Downtown Denver. On October 22nd, visit Skyline park dressed in your bloodiest costumes to walk, run, or crawl 16th street mall with hundreds of Zombies! The walk itself is free but there are other activities, such as the Organ Trail race, that are loads of fun as well!


2. The Corn Maze at Chatfield Farms is 8 acres of corn and fun! Now through October, the corn maze will be open on the weekends and tickets cost only $12 for students! There are also other attractions worth checking out, such as the After Dark Corn Maze and Dead Zone Haunted Attraction.

3. Denver Arts Week is November 4th-12th with numerous different events to attend! Things like First Friday Art Walks, Free nights at the museums, Denver Film Festival, and more are events fun and available for all ages!

4. Check out Fright Fest at Elitches this season open every weekend September 30th through October 30th! With tons of different attractions such as Haunted Houses, roller coasters, and creepy costumes, you’ll be scared till November.


5. Terror Tours in Old Town Fort Collins is another spooky event for you and your friends this fall! On October 21st, 28th, and 30th be sure to head up to Fort Collins for an hour tour about bloody accidents, gruesome murders, and deadly fires for only $5!

6. On October 29th from 5-8 pm, stop by the Denver Botanical Gardens to catch the Dia de Los Muertos festival with sugar skull decorating, live music and dancing, and photo booths!sugar-skulls-254715__180


7. Run the Scream Scram 5k in Washington Park wearing your favorite costume! On October 21st at 6 p.m grab your friends and your running shoes and hit the pavement.