South Dakota Attractions September 26, 2022
If There’s One Fall Festival You Attend In South Dakota, Make It The Festifall And Candlelight Walk
It’s the BEST time of the year for festivals, as the trees are changing colors, temperatures ate cooling off, and the aroma of apple and pumpkin spice is EVERYWHERE! If you, too, love celebrating this wonderful season, we invite you to attend this one fall festival right here in South Dakota:
Welcome to the festive Festifall And Candlelight Walk!
Taking place Saturday, October 1st, 2022, at Newton Hills State Park, the Festifall and Candlelight Walk is an afternoon and evening event that promises something fun for the entire family.
Kicking off at 1 p.m., the Festifall festivities begin with numerous activities and demonstrations, including candle making, pumpkin decorating, leaf printing, tin punching, and other fun make-and-take crafts.
In addition to the many hands-on activities, Festifall also boasts live music, hayrides, magic shows, storytime, and food vendors.
During the day, take some time to check out the rest of Newton Hills, as the 1,063-acre state park is home to ample trails, watersports, wildlife, camping, and more.
As the name suggests, the Candlelight Walk is a nighttime stroll that consists of the flickering lights of candles, all of which are inside creatively carved pumpkins.
Spanning 2.2 miles, the Candlelight Walk is guaranteed to put you and yours into the Halloween (and general fall) spirit.
To learn more about the Festifall and Candlelight Walk - or to discover even more to see and do around Newton Hills - be sure to
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on our nomination page! To learn even more about Newton Hills State Park, be sure to check out You Can Rest Your Weary Soul At South Dakota’s Stunning Newton Hills State Park. Address: Newton Hills State Park, 28767 482nd Ave, Canton, SD 57013, USA
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