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Haunted Activities for Halloween

Haunted Halloween in Clear Creek County

Ghouls, Goblins and Tommyknockers from days gone by fill the streets with hallowing sounds of unsettled paranormal behavior. From mine tours to train rides, sipping local suds, to walking unpaved mountain roads…

This is the time of year to experience real-life ghost stories, feel encounters and rest with the unsettled in cozy bed and breakfasts.

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Haunted Adventure

Ready for a SPOOKY side by side adventure with your family? Head over to Lawson Adventure Park and Resort to take a guided UTV Tour through the Rocky Mountains and EXPLORE an old GOLD Mine! – Keep your eyes wide open as there have been ghost sightings and gold candy along the way… Now through October 31st – 8 years and older please.

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Looking for more information on the Ghost Towns of Clear Creek County?

Be sure to read these articles written by Jeff Eberle, “Native Coloradan”, freelance writer, Op-Ed writer, historian, author and photographer. His blog is titled “Life…Death…Iron” and focuses on Ghost Towns, Road Trips and Obscure History.

Geneva City – One of Colorado’s oldest mining towns located just outside of Georgetown, Colorado

Silver Plume – A Tale of Colorado’s faded Silver Queen

The Travel Channel featured the Phoenix Gold Mine during the Ghost Adventure series in Season 12, Episode 4. This Colorado Gold Mine is haunted by a malicious spirit known as a Tommyknocker as well as those unsettled from a heinous murder that haunts the mine.

Check out the photo gallery from the Ghost Adventure Crew.

Hotel de Paris Museum

A Rocky Mountain PBS Colorado Experience featuring the Hotel de Paris Museum in Georgetown, Colorado.

The Fourth Rule

Enjoy this short film written and directed by local residents, filmed in Georgetown and Silver Plume, Colorado.

Clear Creek County is the gateway to the Rocky Mountains. Located just west of Denver along Interstate 70, Clear Creek has 396 square miles of public lands to explore, as well as four mountain peaks above 14,000 feet. Clear Creek is comprised of charming mountains towns Idaho Springs, Downieville, Lawson, Empire, Georgetown, and Silver Plume, which are all along the I-70 corridor. Learn more about Clear Creek County here.