October in Glenwood Springs is a season of contrasts—from Halloween haunts to hayrides.
October is all about spooky fun, and nothing beats the old bone yard where Doc Holliday is buried for a ghostly good time. For three weekends during the month of Halloween the Glenwood Springs Historical Society and Alpine Bank bring the ghosts of Glenwood Springs’ past to life in the town’s oldest cemetery.
Amtrak’s California Zephyr, named after the Greek god of the West Wind, continues to awe passengers from Denver to Glenwood Springs with eye-popping scenery.
SEe Colorado’s fall foliage show off in Glenwood Springs! In addition to knock-your-socks-off leaf-peeping, visitors to the world- famous hot springs town will also find a plethora of outdoor autumn activities that take full advantage of the brief but breathtaking season that is fall in the Colorado Rocky Mountains.
The Glenwood Vaudeville Revue and the Riviera Supper Club artfully blend cuisine and entertainment.
Glenwood Vaudeville Revue
Dramatic readings, melodrama, and comedic shticks are the meat and potatoes of Glenwood Springs’ very own dinner theater, the Glenwood Vaudeville Revue. At every performance, the house is packed with visitors who come for a family friendly night of levity served with a side of garlic bread.
Puzzle-solving has found its way to Glenwood Springs, Colorado through escape rooms—a challenging adventure involving clues, hints, and strategy at Glenwood Escape.
Can you solve the puzzles, find the clues, and make a clean escape— with the cash, the treasure, the inheritance—before time runs out? Give Glenwood Springs escape rooms a try and find out.
Glenwood Springs’ highlight summer festival marks two milestones in 2017: Strawberry Days celebrates 120 years, and Colorado Mountain College turns 50!
This year’s Strawberry Days Glenwood Springs theme: 50 Years of Peace, Love and Learning commemorates both benchmark achievements. The Glenwood Springs Chamber Resort Association (GSCRA) and Colorado Mountain College (CMC) have a shared history that dates back half a century.