Please find below a list of fall bucket list activities that you and your family can enjoy in, and around Denver, Colorado this fall season.
 Go apple picking at a local orchard
What better way to celebrate fall than picking your own apples at a local orchard – such as can be found at Ya Ya Farm and Orchard in Longmont. Don’t forget to press your own apple cider while you’re there!
 Enjoy a Fall Beverage like a Pumpkin Spice Latte or hot apple cider
 Take a fall foliage drive into the mountains
That’s right – road trip! The most amazing views of fall foliage can be found in Colorado’s mountain ranges. Plan on heading out early in the day to avoid crowds at the better-known mountain passes.
 S’mores anyone?
 Make leaf art
Bring nature’s beauty indoors with DIY leaf art. Simply gather some of your favorite leaves and/or flowers, flatten them under a heavy book, copy with a color photocopier, then glue the prints onto inexpensive canvas boards.
 Decorate your home for the season
 Find your way out
Make this fall season unforgettable. Head on over to the Denver Botanic Gardens at Chatfield Farms and get lost in their 8-acre Corn Maze. The farm offers activities that are fun for all ages including: mini-mazes, hayrides, jumping pillows, and pony rides.
 Create a Jack O’ Lantern
 Get your fright on
For those who enjoy feeling spooked, there is no shortage of haunted houses in, and around Denver. In October, Elitch Gardens transforms into family by day and fright by night, complete with all your favorite theme park rides.
 Bake pies
 Take part in the zombie crawl
For more than a decade, Denver has a celebrated tradition in which residents from all over Colorado share in the excitement of the Zombie Crawl, which takes place on Saturday, October 22, 2016 from noon to 6:00 PM at Skyline Park.
 Have your roof professionally inspected
 Clean your gutters
If you haven’t already, now is the perfect time to remove leaves, sticks and other debris from your gutters. Cleaning out debris-ridden gutters eliminates the risk of overflow and water damage.