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Seven Ways to get in Last-Minute Fall Fun in Loveland

With majestic views of gold, amber and vibrant red leaves sprinkled throughout the city, Loveland is a family-friendly fall destination. Here are seven ways to make the most of the rest of this beautiful season.

  1. Dance among the leaves and sculptures at Benson Sculpture Garden or Chapungu Sculpture Park.
  2. Wander the foothills on horseback to experience breathtaking views at Sylvan Dale Guest Ranch.
  3. Enjoy a guilt-free fall shopping trip with more than 150 name-brand stores, outlets and local boutiques in Colorado’s shopping hub.
  4. Cheer with fans at a Colorado Eagles hockey game.
  5. Grab an ice-cold pumpkin-inspired brew at one of our local breweries. Start off at Rock Bottom Brewery in the Promenade Shops at Centerra with their Oktoberfest beer, a German style lager. Then head towards the heart of Loveland to Verboten Brewing, which has several fall brews including a Salted Carmel Chocolate Stout and Peach Habanero Golden Ale. Grimm Brothers Brewhouse will be your next stop for their Oktoberfest beer, Farmer’s Daughter. Head downtown and taste Crow Hop Brewing’s collaboration beer with the Laureate Publick House, Publickan imPEACHment or sample Elaine’s Coconut Porter from Loveland Aleworks, then finish off with Big Beaver Brewing’s Oktoberfest brew.
  6. Pick your perfect pumpkin at Osborn Farm. Located at 1230 S. Boise Ave. in Loveland, this fun, family-owned farm offers tons of pumpkins, hayrides and more.
  7. Top off your Loveland getaway by experiencing the majestic beauty of Big Thompson Canyon on the way to experience Rocky Mountain National Park in Estes Park. Stay in Loveland and enjoy the scenic day-trip to see the leaves turn, wildlife come through town and shop at the many unique, local boutiques.

Your end-of-fall adventure begins just 35 minutes east of Rocky Mountain National Park and 45 minutes north of Denver.


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