5 Northern Colorado Kid-Friendly Halloween Events
When Halloween rolls around, it's hard to know which events in town are good for kids and which ones are more for those kids-at-heart.
Between the bar crawls and the parties, which local events can you bring your family to? Here are five fun kid-friendly events happening in Northern Colorado for you and the little ones.
Take the tykes to Boardwalk Park Museum during your downtown trick-or-treating, which will be transformed into a spooky haunted house.There will be free candy and storytelling, and fun for the whole family.
Did you miss the Tour de Corgi? This is an event with similar cuteness, as it features another popular breed of dog dressed to the nines. The Pug Parade is happening on October 27 at the Oak Street Plaza.
Gather with the kiddos from 12-3pm outside of Rock Bottom Brewery, and you can get your family in the spooky spirit with games, a dog costume contest, hay rides, a pumpkin patch and more. The Promenade Shops is also looking to scare away hunger by asking for food donations at the KidsPak booth. More information is at the link above.
The Candy Crawl at Fort Collins Marketplace will again feature safe trick-or-treating as well as activities like a pet costume contest, a unicorn carousel, and portrait stations.
Hosted by Rescued Friends Animal Sanctuary, your kiddos can meet friendly animals in need of a home while eating great food, playing games, and more.
Stay spooky out there this Halloween in Northern Colorado! What are you and the family going to dress as? Let us know in the comments.