Fall Festival set for Castle Rock's Festival Park

Castle Rock event offers range of activities

Staff Report
Posted 10/12/21

From changing leaves to cooler temperatures, there’s something special about this season in Castle Rock. Join the town on Oct. 16 at Festival Park to celebrate all things pumpkin, spooky and fall …

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Fall Festival set for Castle Rock's Festival Park

Castle Rock event offers range of activities

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From changing leaves to cooler temperatures, there’s something special about this season in Castle Rock. Join the town on Oct. 16 at Festival Park to celebrate all things pumpkin, spooky and fall at the Fall Festival, which will also feature Creepy Crawlies Around the Rock.

Enjoy the seasonal fun from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Stroll through more than 40 harvest-style vendors, featuring locally made food and craft products put on by the LOCAL Colorado, the organizer of the Sunday Farmers Market at Festival Park.

Families can also participate in activity stations such as outdoor games, pumpkin decorating, fall crafts and a decorated photo booth. Plus, don’t miss a chance to purchase a pumpkin from local farmer Miller Farms. Local favorite food trucks — M&M Western Grill and Bloom & Grow Kitchen — will have food available for purchase.

Douglas Land Conservancy will also join the fun with Creepy Crawlies Around the Rock, presented by Nature’s Educators. This educational, Halloween-themed animal booth will include some of Castle Rock’s creepiest creatures such as owls, vultures, snakes, frogs and other invertebrates.

Learn more about the event at CRgov.com/FallFestival.

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