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Must do Colorado Adventures for your Fall Festivities

Fall is by far my favorite season. I mean booties, scarves, coffee, snuggles what else could you need?  There’s plenty of Fall Festivities to plan whether your single, a couple, or a family with kids. When I first moved from Michigan to Colorado, I struggled finding Fall Festivities that were comparable. This year, I ventured out and found a few MUST DO Colorado Fall Festivities that made this season a 10/10.  

Cider and Donuts at Ya Ya Farm & Orchard

Fall Donuts

Ya Ya Farm and Orchard is a great stop in every Fall Festivities schedule. What makes it awesome is that it is for people of all ages.  If you are lucky enough to reserve a spot in the U-Pick fruit and vegetables, by all means that is the way to go. However, if not there is still plenty of options to choose between, ranging from flower picking to farm animals. Before you leave though, make sure to try the apple cider donuts as they are delicious and go perfectly with their organic apple cider. 

Pumpkin Patch at Rock Creek Farm

Fall Pumpkins

As one of the larges pumpkin patches north of Denver, make sure to add Rock Creek Farm to your Fall Festivities list. With over 100 acres, you will be sure to find that perfect pumpkin for everyone in your family. There is also farm animals and a corn maze which makes this location a great place for people of all ages! 

Fall Leaves at Loch Lomond

Fall Leaves

For those who live in Colorado, know that the opportunity to see the leaves change colors in the Rocky Mountains is pretty short.  However, it should certainly be a go-to in Fall Festivities. Loch Lomond is a gorgeous hike to a breathtaking lake. If you make sure to go September-October you are sure to find beautiful yellow fall leaves. This trail is ranked moderate and about 4.6 miles long, so plan ahead and bring a lunch for when you reach the lake!