Arizona September 23, 2019
There’s A Glowing Pumpkin Trail Coming To Arizona And It’ll Make Your Fall Magical
Jack-o-lanterns are the faces of Halloween, gracing front porches everywhere with their maniacal grins. This year, the symbolic gourds are lighting up Arizona in a big way. Pumpkin Walk is a trail of lighted pumpkins guaranteed to make the spookiest season of the year one you’ll never forget.
Each October, the Arboretum at Flagstaff transforms into a magical pumpkin wonderland.
It's a two-day event featuring a lighted walking trail, costume contest, and so many more spooktacular events.
Participate in the family pumpkin carving contest for some much needed bonding time. Enter it into the contest on Friday to show off your skills!
Once carved, the jack-o-lanterns will be placed throughout the arboretum for all to admire.
Each one has a name tag next to it so everyone knows who is responsible for such masterpieces.
Traverse the trails, don your best costume, and enjoy refreshments by a bonfire. There are plenty of festive activities to keep all ages entertained!
Once dusk fully sets in, the pumpkins come to life and create a glittering pathway through the trees.
Bring your flashlight and get ready for a mildly spooky, yet overwhelmingly festive night.
Admission is $5 for everyone 12 and older. Arboretum members and children under 12 get in for free.
The Pumpkin Walk will take place on October 25 & 26, 2019 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Address: 4001 South Woody Mountain Road, Flagstaff, AZ 86001
Visit the arboretum’s
website or Facebook page to learn more.
Have you ever been to Pumpkin Walk? If so, we’d love to hear all the spooktacular details! Check out out previous article for more fall activities in the Grand Canyon State:
14 Unique Fall Festivals In Arizona You Won’t Find Anywhere Else.