4 Frightfully fun fall events in Colorado Springs

There’s no shortage of things to do in Colorado Springs—especially this time of year! Here are four of our favorite fall events in Colorado Springs for you and your family to enjoy.


Boo at the Zoo at Cheyenne Mountain Zoo

1. Boo at the Zoo

During select nights from now until the end of October, the world-famous Cheyenne Mountain Zoo is hosting a family favorite: Boo at the Zoo! Here, you can go trick-or-treating, walk through a lighted pumpkin patch, and visit a haunted house. Animal exhibits will also be open until 8:30 p.m. Don’t forget to wear your costumes!


Cave of the Winds

2. Tour of Terror

For an extra scary good time, visit the Tour of Terror at Cave of the Winds. Running Fridays through Satrudays until the end of October, this thrilling event allows you to experience the caves as never before. With only a handheld lantern, you’ll wind your way deep inside Cave of the Winds and hear spine-chilling ghost stories, learn about unexplained phenomena, and the true raw history of Cave of the Winds.


3. Fallidays

The next of our favorite fall events in Colorado Springs is Fallidays. Hosted by the charming town of Old Colorado City, Fallidays offers live music, local shopping, an apple and pumpkin patch, balloon animals, and much more! This event is on October 30th from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m.


Miners’ Pumpkin Patch

4. Miners’ Pumpkin Patch

Don’t miss the fun at the Western Museum of Mining & Industry! On Saturdays through October 30th, they’re hosting a Miners’ Pumpkin Patch where the entire family can enjoy tractor hayrides, a kids hay maze, sack races, an apple cider press, and, of course, pumpkins to bring home.


Fall events in Colorado Springs are just the beginning

Colorado Springs offers wonderful family-friendly events year-round, making it fun and easy to live here! Contact us today to learn more about our Colorado Springs homes and communities.

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