Halloween is just around the corner, and it’s the perfect time to make your autumn getaway to the Fraser/Winter Park valley. From trick or treating to scarecrow contests, exploring haunted trains, and dressing up in costumes, there’s something memorable to get everyone into the festive, spooky spirit.
Cooper Creek Square Halloween Bash (Winter Park)
Saturday, October 26 from 4pm-6pm
Kids will enjoy Trick-or-Treat Street at the Cooper Creek Square businesses, as well as a Phantom Photo Booth and DJ Dance Party.
Granby Scarecrow Contest (Granby)
Granby businesses compete each year to make festive , spooky, and fun scarecrow displays. This year’s theme is “Nightmare on Main Street” – an ode to all of your favorite scary films. Stroll through downtown Granby to see the scarecrows if you dare, and then vote for your favorites on the town’s Facebook page. (Voting ends on Oct. 27 at noon).
Trick or Treat Main Street (Granby)
Friday, October 27 from 4pm-6pm
Calling all goblins, ghosts, and ghouls! Get ready for a spooky good time. Kids of all ages can trick-or-treat at businesses along Agate Avenue and at the Granby Info Center lot. Dress in your best costume and get ready for a night of family fun! KFFR will broadcast a special live Halloween show.
Dia de los Muertos Celebration (Granby Library)
Saturday, October 28 from 1pm-3pm
The movie “Coco” will be shown along with a Dia de los Muertos craft – an Ofrenda table with orange flowers to be signed/crafted “In memory of .” (In collaboration with Barbara Luton – owner and founder of Nativa Spanish.)
Tuesday, October 31 from 4:30pm-7:30pm
$2/person (cash only)
The old 1902 passenger coach’s spooks have started to make regular appearances now that Halloween is almost here. Come visit the HAUNTED TRAIN on Halloween Night.
Grand Lake Fire’s Childrens’ Halloween Bash (Grand Lake Firehouse, 201 W. Portal Road )
Saturday, October 28 from 12pm-2pm
Join Grand Lake Fire for food, fun and costumes at their annual Kids’ Halloween Bash!