Walk Through Over 7,000 Glowing Pumpkins At New York's Great Jack O'Lantern Blaze
Have you heard of the Great Jack O’Lantern Blaze? Once the fall season officially rolls around here in New York, it isn’t just our beautiful scenery that starts to transform! Between the moments that you’re dedicating to leaf peeping, where you can see firsthand just how much is changing around the Empire State, you can also visit historic 17th-century homes that now look like something out of a magical Halloween film. If you’re ready to experience our state’s most enchanting fall event, then grab your tickets to this year’s Halloween event in New York before it’s too late.
Have you been to this fall event in New York? Do you have any other favorite places for pumpkin glow in New York? Tell us in the comments!
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What are the best fall hikes in New York?
The Great Jack O'Lantern Blaze isn't the only place to see some unique colors. Check out the gorgeous colors of the region by heading out on some of the best fall hikes in New York:
Catskill Scenic Trail: Head to Stamford in Delaware County to experience this 26-mile trail. This former rail follows along the west branch of the Delaware River and offers visitors the opportunity to be surrounded by fall beauty as they horseback ride, hike, or bike along it.
Mohonk Preserve: This 7,500-acre area is located in Gardiner. There are 40 miles of trails to choose from, each of them just glowing with fall colors during the season. While here, be sure to also check out the Butterfly Garden.
What are the scariest haunted attractions in New York?
The Great Jack O'Lantern Blaze in New York is a family-friendly event. If you are looking for something more than that, check out these haunted attractions in New York:
Sleepy Hollow Haunted Hayride: Known as one of the best Halloween towns around, head to Sleepy Hollow in Westchester County for this hayride. It runs along the same course that Ichabod Crane was on in the short story The Legend of Sleepy Hollow.
Frightworld America’s Screampark: Head to Buffalo for this haunted attraction. It features five haunted houses such as the Eerie State Asylum and Nightstalkers.
Are there any ghost towns in New York?
Conduct your own paranormal investigations at some of these ghost towns in New York:
Love Canal: This neighborhood is located about six miles from Niagara Falls. It was demolished in 2004 due to toxic waste having been buried in the ground in the 1940s and its detrimental effects on humans.
Tahawus: Head to Newcomb in the Adirondacks to find this former mining town that was abandoned twice. Today, you can visit and see structures. And maybe also some ghosts too!