Your Loveland Halloween Experience: Zombies, Monsters & Family Fun
When it comes to Halloween, the City of Loveland really knows how to have a devilishly good time. From the most vile creatures walking our woods, to family-friendly Halloween events at museums and downtown, Loveland offers fiendish fun and spooky scares for everyone.
Creepy Walk in the Woods, Weekends Oct. 14-29, 7-11 p.m.: Creepy Walk in the Woods is not your average haunted house and it’s not another corn maze. The event takes attendees to Savage Woods, home of the most vile, hideous creatures our world has ever seen. It’s a terrifying, unguided exploration deep into the Woods to experience the immoral degenerates, native only to the area. Some will live to tell the tale, some will never be seen again, some will be forever changed. 29-30 from noon – 4 p.m. is Kids Walk in the Woods, featuring a magical fairy tale experience.
Downtown Zombie Crawl, Oct. 22: Are you a die-hard fan of The Walking Dead? What is a better way to gear up for the season 7 premier than a good old-fashioned zombie crawl? It’s that time of year when the zombies inhabit the streets of downtown Loveland. Gather friends and get dressed up in the finest zombie attire. The event begins at Loveland Aleworks and goes throughout Downtown Loveland at participating locations. Discounts and drink specials are available at each stop.
Halloween Hullaballoo Oct. 29, noon – 4 p.m.: This spooktacular festival filled with FREE activities for all ages captures the Halloween spirit while celebrating fall’s bountiful harvest. Free interactive activities, crafts, pumpkin bowling, a not-so-spooky hay maze, trunk-n-treat, a costume contest and plenty of treats will transform Fall River Drive into an autumn delight and create a day of memorable family fun.
Halloween Family Fun Festival Oct. 29, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.: Dress up the family and head into town for some Halloween fun! The Loveland Museum/Gallery is celebrating the Annual Halloween Family Fun Festival, while downtown businesses celebrate the annual Downtown Trick-or-Treating. Join us in Peters Park next to the Museum for this fun-filled community event with vendor booths, food, activities for kids, entertainment, trick-or-treating, and a costume contest.