Fall not only comes with cool weather and changing leaves but also a lineup of fun festivals, so check out some of the best fall festivals in the Denver area for the season's best activities.

Pumpkin Festival

Just south of Denver, Chatfield Farms will be hosting their annual Pumpkin Festival on October 12 and 13. Event highlights include a pumpkin patch along with a corn maze and other family-friendly events. Ticket prices range from $4 for children to $8 for adults, but make sure to grab them before you go because prices will increase $2 the day-of.

The Bloody Mary Festival - Denver

For the Bloody Mary fanatics, Denver has a festival this fall on Saturday, October 13 full of the city's tastiest tomato concoctions plus a best Blood Mary competition. In addition to everyone's favorite brunch drink, there will be local food vendors and live music for entertainment. Tickets start at $45.

Festival of Scarecrows

Head to Olde Town Arvada for the Festival of Scarecrows! Children on October 13 will be parading through the scarecrow-decorated streets in their cutest costumes. In addition to this adorable parade, there will also be a pumpkin contest, kids activities, food, and entertainment plus more.

The Festival

If brews are your thing, make sure to head to The Festival in Denver from October 19 and 20. Some of the world’s finest beer, cider, and mead makers will be at the festival, giving you the opportunity to try the world’s finest brews! Tickets start at $65 and can be purchased online.

The Real Octoberfest

Two words: rugby and beer. The Real Octoberfest on October 20 is combining the two for a festival that you won't forget. The beer festival will overlook the USA Women’s 7s Rugby team as they play their hearts out while you can casually sip on fine craft beer. Adult tickets start at $40 and can be purchased online.

No matter what your interests, you're bound to have fun at these fall festivals in Denver.

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