Fall in Loveland is the perfect time for a getaway. Named among the best places to see fall foliage by USA Today, Loveland offers sculpture, shopping, dining, and much more – all with the colorful Rocky Mountains as the back-drop.
Pumpkin Patch Picking
Osborn Farms is the oldest, continually family-owned farm in the state of Colorado. This quaint farm offers majestic Rocky Mountain views and, of course, pumpkins of all shapes, sizes and colors. Don’t miss their opening weekend celebration in September with gourds, pumpkins, hayrides, vendors and more. Attendance is free. Pick the perfect pumpkin straight from this locally owned and operated farm and say hello to the pumpkin people decorating the area during October.
Top Leaf Peeping Spots
Loveland’s abundant natural beauty mixed with its large public art collection make Ffall a beautiful time to be inspired. Colorado is known for its breathtaking fall views, but only in Loveland can you experience the majestic red, orange and gold leaves dancing among the bronze sculptures within Benson Sculpture Garden, around Foote Lagoon Amphitheater, at Chapungu Sculpture Park or in various areas around town.
Spooky Halloween Fun
Downtown Loveland Zombie Beer Crawl: The undead will fill the streets downtown in October starting at dusk.
Trick or Treat Street: Bring the kids down to 4th street for some costumes, community, and candy. Many thanks to the participating businesses.
Halloween on the Promenade: Located outside of Rock Bottom Brewery, get in the Halloween spirit with games, prizes, a dog costume contest, hay rides, pumpkin patch and more.
Hollowfun Film Series: Head to the Rialto Theater Center for fun Halloween movies.
Creepy Walk in the Woods: Creepy Walk in the Woods brings you all the screams you can handle. So scary that children under 11 not recommended to attend.
The Colorado Eagles are the Colorado Avalanche’s primary AHL affiliate. Come cheer them on! Award-winning hockey begins in October at the Budweiser Events Center.