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Halloween in Estes Park is true family fun at its very best. EVERYONE is encouraged to dress up, trick-or-treat, get out, and play!


From 5p-9p Downtown will be auto-free and pedestrian safe as everyone is welcomed with treats, tricks and some special surprises. Remember, it’s getting dark earlier so bring a flashlight and augment your costume with anything that glows in the dark!


Before you set out, put on your best face! Let the experts at Riverspointe Spa apply your Halloween makeup. Available from 10a-6p $1/minute 121 Wiest Drive. Ph: 970-577-6841


After trick-or-treat, enjoy one or more of several costume and/or dance parties:


Lonigans DJ Dance & Costume Bash starts at 8p (110 W. Elkhorn Ave, Downtown)


Cheezy Lee’s Monster Mash at the haunted Elkhorn Lodge (600 W Elkhorn Ave) hosts Live DJ Dance Party and Costume Contest with a Cash Bar, Food, and/or Hayride. Doors open at 7:30p. Tickets: Adults $13 HS Students $7  Advance Tickets: Macdonald Book Shop 152 E Elkhorn Ave, Downtown


Tha BooGrass Halloween Costume Party at the Rock Inn starts at 9p with live music from Chain Station. Frightful fun, great food, dancing, contest and prizes.  1675 Highway 66


Attend the ultimate adults only “Masquerade” Ball –Where you can be anyone you want; dress up or down; entertain your alter ego, and enjoy the atmosphere of a famous, haunted hotel. MacGregor Ballroom at the Stanley $199 per couple or $110 per single – including tax and tip.

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