It’s time for frights and confectionary delights! Douglas County’s little ghosts and goblins will love celebrating Halloween at these events.
Family Fall Fest (Parker)
October 24; free
The whole family can have fun with enchanted Storytimes, boo-tacular games, spooky crafts, and tasty treats at this annual autumn festival!
Harvest Festival (Castle Rock)
October 28; free
The perfect autumn setting for making wonderful memories with family and friends. The food is rich, the drinks are warm, and the beer is crisp.
Paranormal Investigation (Lone Tree)
October 19; free
A team of paranormal investigators will share true ghost stories from around our area, as well as tips and tricks for investigating the paranormal.
Zombie FX (Parker)
October 26; free
Learn makeup tricks and techniques for transforming yourself into a zombie or other ghoulish monster.
Haunted Douglas County (Castle Rock, Louviers, Castle Pines)
October 17, 24 & 29; free
Shaun Boyd from the DCHRC shares the real-life creepy tales of our area that will send shivers up and down your spine!
Castle of Terror (Castle Rock)
October 20, 21, 27 & 28; $10-20
Castle Rock’s most frightening haunted house features the Bearded Lady, Werewolf Boy, Medusa and other terrifying characters! Hosted by the Castle Rock Fire Department, all proceeds from this event benefit the Fire and Police Explorers.
Reaper’s Hollow (Parker)
October 20, 21, 27, 28 & 31; $20
Are you brave enough to enter the shack at Reaper’s Hollow and survive an over half-mile trek through a ghoulish cornfield and the terrifying woods?
Haunted Forest (Highlands Ranch)
October 20 & 21; $13
The gates of the Haunted Forest are open for two nights only, where nightmares lurk behind every tree and bush!
Wicked Wednesday (Castle Rock)
October 25; free
Before All Hallows’ Eve, take your Halloween costumes out for a test run at the Wicked Wednesday Halloween Party at the Outlets at Castle Rock! This kid-friendly evening will include face painting, a holiday magic show by Keir Royale, a costume contest, all-center trick-or-treating, and more.
Trick-or-Treat Street (Highlands Ranch)
October 28; $2
Kids 12 and under are invited to put on costumes, grab their trick-or-treat bags, and join the fun at Trick-or-Treat Street! Local businesses provide treats for all the little ghosts and goblins.
Trick-or-Treat on Mainstreet (Parker)
October 31; free
All your little ghouls, ghosts, goblins, princesses, superheroes and anyone else can celebrate Halloween in downtown Parker. Local businesses will line the street, providing a fun and safe place for kids of all ages to trick or treat.