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Things to do for Halloween in Colorado Springs 2021

October 8, 2021

Halloween is back and it is time to get spooky! Once only a holiday for children and candy, Halloween has morphed into a holiday that appeals to everyone. Who knew that adults like to dress up just as muchThings to do for Halloween in Colorado Springs as kids do?

Take the kids for some trick-or-treating and then line up the babysitter to give you a night out while you scream at the local Haunted Houses.

You can find many things to do for Halloween in Colorado Springs, and this guide will help you get started.

Trick-or-Treating for the Kiddos

Churches and community centers are a great place to start especially if you have very young kids that get tired after a few houses. Trunk or treat, or Halloween parties allow families to have their fun in a small, safe environment. Here are some additional places you can start your Halloween fun.

Boo at the Zoo

The Boo is happening at the Zoo with spooky treat stations, a haunted house, and some animal exhibits. Tickets are available ONLINE ONLY; no walk-up tickets are available.
Timed tickets with limited capacity.

Location: Cheyenne Mountain Zoo, 4250 Cheyenne Mountain Road, Colorado Springs, CO 80906

Date/Time: Oct 16-17, Oct 23-24 and Oct 29-31, 4:00pm-8:30 pm

Cost: $19.75 for members; $24.75 general admission, $22.75 Military and 65+, 75¢ for ages 2 and under

More Info: Official Website

Halloween at Dinosaur Resource Center

Come to the Dinosaur Resource Center for some Halloween stories and songs and even do a craft and bring home a treat bag. Wear your costume for the costume contest!

Location: Dinosaur Resource Center 201 S Fairview St, Woodland Park, CO 80863

Date/Time: Saturday, Oct 30 from 1 pm-3 pm

Cost: Seniors (65+): $10.50, Adults: $11.50, Children 5 – 12: $7.50, Children 4 and under: FREE

More Info: Official Website

Bouncing Boo Bash and Trunk or Treat

Come to Skyzone to celebrate Halloween and get some bounces in while you are at it.

Location: Skyzone, 1750 E Woodmen Rd, Colorado Springs, CO 80920

Date/Time: Sunday, Oct 31 from 3 pm - 8 pm

Cost: Seniors (65+): $10.50, Adults: $11.50, Children 5 – 12: $7.50, Children 4 and under: FREE

More Info: Official Website

The Spook Out Shoot Out

What's better than mini-golf? Haunted mini-golf and scare-free fun and treat stations. It's a little spooky, but never scary, so it is perfect for the youngins.

Location: World Golf and Sand Creek Golf Course – 6865 Galley Road, Colorado Springs, CO 80915

Date/Time: Weekends 10/22-31 from 4-9:00 pm

Cost: Pricing: $9/person, children 3 and under FREE

More Info: Official Website

Boo at the Bridge

Come over to the Royal Gorge Bridge and Park for some goodies, games, entertainment and treats.

Location: Royal Gorge Bridge & Park

Date/Time: Saturday, October 23rd from 4:00 pm – 7:30 pm

Cost: Pricing: (includes trick or treating + activities + entertainment), $11/person when pre-purchased online, $13/person at the door, $8/person at the door with a valid Season Pass (must be purchased in person at ticketing)

More Info: Official Website

Haunted Houses - Things for Adults

Haunted Mines

With over 28,000 feet, you are sure to find a scream or two, or three. Special Paranormal Adventure Tours and Lights Out Events this year will keep you on your toes.

Location: 3910 Palmer Park Blvd, Colorado Springs, CO 80909

Date/Time: September 25th through Nov 6th. Check their website for tickets and availability.

Cost: $20-$56

More Info: Official Website

Hellscream Haunted House

Voted one of the best around with custom movie quality special effects, amazing actors, unique themes, and extremely detailed sets. You may be hoarse by the end of the evening from your constant screaming in fear!

Location: 3021 N. Hancock, Colorado Springs CO 80907

Date/Time: September 24th - Nov 6th. Check their website for tickets and availability.


More Info: Official Website

13th Floor in Denver

Guaranteed to sell out, so buy your tickets early! Voted top 5 of the most terrifying Haunted Houses in the US by USA Today.

Location: 3400 E. 52nd Ave Denver, CO

Date/Time: October 8th through Nov 13th

Cost: $28-$48. Skip the line and Fast Pass extra

More Info: Official Website


Pumpkin Patches & More Things to do for Halloween in Colorado Springs

Spooky Magic Town

A miniature city is transformed into a haunted village filled with ghouls, ghosts, and zombies. All admissions come with a scavenger hunt and prizes..

Location: Michael Garman Museum & Gallery

Date/Time: October 8th through Nov 1st, 10a-5:30pm

Cost: $3-$5. Call for guided tours and group admission:  719-471-9391.

More Info: Official Website

CtK Pumpkin Patch

Come join our pumpkin patch to benefit Pikes Peak Habitat for Humanity. 100% of all proceeds are donated. On October 16th from 10 am to 5 pm you can also attend the 2nd Annual Build a Scarecrow Event. Reserve your spot today.

Location: Christ the King Lutheran Church, 950 Vindicator Dr

Date/Time: Oct 16-31

Cost: Free

More Info: Official Website 719-260-1787

Spooky Tales Along the Trails

Brings your kiddos 7 and older for some spooky tales through the Fountain Creek Nature Center.

Location: Fountain Creek Nature Center, 320 Peppergrass Lane, Fountain Co

Date/Time: Oct 30 10am - 12pm

Cost: $5

More Info: Official Website

Glow at the Gardens

Spooky illuminated landscapes and larger-than-life sculptures make this an event you will remember for a long time.

Location: Denver Botanic Gardens, 1007 York St, Denver

Date/Time: Oct 19-24 6 pm - 9pm

Cost: $19-$23

More Info: Official Website

Boo! at Bear Creek Park

Wander through the trails at Bear Creek and see some spookiness

Location: Bear Creek Park 245 Bear Creek Road, Colorado Springs, CO 80906

Date/Time: Friday Oct 22nd, 2021 6pm - 9pm

Cost: Recommended for ages 7+. $7 per member / $8 per non-member

More Info: Official Website

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