There’s A Glowing Pumpkin Trail Coming To Cincinnati And It’ll Make Your Fall Magical

Fall is around the corner and the Cincinnati area offers countless events to celebrate the season with the entire family. Pumpkins are often the star of autumn and as we approach Halloween, they turn from decorations to glowing jack-o-lanterns. This year, Boone County Parks is celebrating the carved pumpkin with its annual Jack-O-Lantern Contest and Walk that takes place on October 26th. This trail is the best pumpkin glow in Cincinnati and is a great family-friendly event, that’s sure to make your fall even more magical.

The Jack-O-Lantern Contest and Walk at Boone County Fairgrounds is a unique fall event that’s tons of magical fun for the entire family. Have you been to this event in prior years? What are your favorite Halloween events in Cincinnati and the tristate area? Let us know in the comments!

For more information on this Halloween Trail, visit the Boone County Parks website here.

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And if you’re already geared up for fall, check out some of the best apple orchards in our area in this previous article here.

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Best Pumpkin Glow In Cincinnati

August 05, 2019

What are the best Halloween events in Cincinnati?

There are so many things to do in Cincinnati in the fall that it may just be the best time of year in the Queen City. You can spend every weekend in September and October visiting pumpkin patches, fall festivals, haunted houses, and more. Some of the biggest and best events take place at Kings Island, Coney Island, and dozens of local farms around our city. But if you want to visit a spot that’s a little less crowded and even more afforable, check out these lesser known fall festivals around Cincinnati here.

What are the best Halloween towns in Ohio?

Many small towns and big cities throughout Ohio celebrate Halloween in a big way. In Cincinnati, some neighborhoods celebrate with parades, festivals, and of course trick-or-treating on the big night. If you’re looking for a spooky town to visit in the fall, check out the event at Sharon Woods when a historic street is transformed into a creepy attraction. Hamilton, Ohio also loves this time of year and celebrates with its Operation Pumpkin event. Read more about this family-friendly attraction here. Or if you’re up for a road trip, visit the best Halloween town in Ohio, featured in a previous article here.

What are the best pumpkin patches in Cincinnati?

Choosing a favorite pumpkin patch in Cincinnati is very difficult, as there are so many places to choose from, that all offer something different. Each part of town has its own version of a local farm and pumpkin patch, so find one you love and begin a new tradition. Some of the best pumpkin patches around Cincinnati are Blooms & Berries in Loveland, Country Pumpkins in Dry Ridge, Brown’s in Hamilton, Neltner’s Farm in Melbourne, and Irons Fruit Farm in Lebanon.

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