The Halloween events continue forward throughout the month. October is a great month to welcome the takeover of Halloween for everyone. They seem to pop up in some ways or another, as soon as either the winter weather seems to be on the wind, the brisk weather arrives briskly, or the calendar starts to change into the month of October. In Highlands Ranch property management, we welcome the changing of the season. Littleton is home to the Haunted Hayride which will be at the Stockton’s Plum Creek Stables. Saturday 10/25 from 6 – 8:30pm along with Sunday the 26. A 30-minute spine tingle, this family adventure is there to be taken on with all your friends and family. This is a professional story-tells narration, which has the amusing tale that goes through and illustrates a haunted tale of a spooky trail inhabited by Indians and six guns carrying cowboys. Rides go every half hour, and a four-hour concession stand, and petting zoo is in available in the indoor arena. Payment in full and your reservation confirmation and be sure to understand that they are nonrefundable. Children must be accompanied by an adult. This event may not be suitable for all ages. A portion of the proceeds will be going to the Douglas County 4-H Stockton’s Plum Creek Stables. That is always a good cause and it is an honor to be able to give them anything in this season. Tickets are $12 and children ages 2 and under are free. Head to any HRCA center to get tickets ahead of time, or you can go online and pick up your tickets. This is a pretty popular event and weather dependent. You may want to wait until it is closer to the date to decide if you want to attend, as there is always a chance of a heavy snow in late October. Haunted hayrides with snow may be a better time, just be sure to bundle up.
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