2017 Guide to Spooky Events Around Denver

2017 Spooky Events | Denver Metro Moms Blog

Halloween isn’t just for little kids… big kids and adults love a spooky thrill. So whether you’re a teenager looking for some haunted fun or an adult looking for a fun night out, we’ve got all the best big kid & adult Halloween events in Denver.

PLEASE NOTE:: We do not recommend bringing small children to these spooky events.


13th Floor Haunted House

3400 E. 32nd Ave., Denver, CO 80216

In most buildings, the 13th Floor does not exist. Experience the truth about the legend of the 13th Floor at a haunted house created from your darkest fears. Legends and nightmares alike will come to life at the 13th Floor: Denver’s legendary haunted house, a gut-wrenching ride to untold nightmares 13 floors straight down!

September 22 – November 11


The Asylum Haunted House

6100 E. 39th Avenue, Denver, CO 80207

Are you ready to GET SCARED?! FACE YOUR FEARS at the most insane haunted house of all Denver Haunted Houses! Featured on the Travel Channel’s show, “America’s Scariest Halloween Attractions”.

Now – October 31


City of the Dead

7007 E 88th Avenue, Henderson, CO 80640

Massive in size, City of the Dead boasts an intense journey through ultimate horror. At just over 30,000 square feet in size, it is the longest and largest indoor haunted house in Denver.

Now – November 11


Haunted Field of Screams

10451 McKay Road, Thornton, CO 80233

Three terrifying haunted attractions in one location! Haunted Field of Screams, Dead Man’s Night Maze and Zombie Paintball Massacre make this the largest haunted attraction in Colorado.

Now – October 31


Anderson Farms Zombie Paintball Hunt

6728 County Road 3 1/4, Erie, CO 80516

This farm in Erie has a lot of your standard family fall fun: corn maze, hayrides, pumpkin launching, and farm lights, but also has some interesting attractions for the older kids like, zombie paintball and haunted hayrides.

Now – October 31


Fright Fest

2000 Elitch Circle, Denver, CO 80204

Enjoy a good scare? If so, then don’t miss out on Fright Fest at Elitch Gardens, where the theme park is transformed leading up to Halloween. Trick and treaters can visit during the day and then at night the park is all haunted houses and scares. And don’t forget you can still enjoy your favorite rides!

Now – October 29


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