Utah September 29, 2019
You’ll See Pumpkins In A Whole New Way At North Logan’s Annual Pumpkin Walk
Are you looking for a fun, free, family activity this fall? Head to the little community of North Logan to wander through the annual Pumpkin Walk.
The North Logan Pumpkin Walk is a long-standing tradition that started back in 1983.
Retired schoolteacher Ida Beutler and her husband Wallace started a simple pumpkin display on their farm. The annual display quickly became a community favorite.
Ida and Wallace passed away years ago, but the tradition remains. With 40,000 people strolling through the Pumpkin Walk, it was moved to Elk Ridge Park in 1992.
Hundreds of community members come together to build displays, decorate and carve pumpkins, and create a fun, family-friendly experience for everyone who attends.
Every year, hundreds of pumpkins arrive at Elk Ridge Park for the annual Pumpkin Walk. They'll all be carved or painted by volunteers.
As you stroll through, you'll see more than three dozen displays.
Each display uses pumpkins, gourds, and other fall vegetables alongside scenery backdrops and props to create little stories.
Each display is unique and creative, and each brings its own meaning to the theme for the year. In 2019, the theme is "Imagine That."
The photos shown here are all from previous Pumpkin Walks - you'll have to visit to see what this year's displays have to offer!
Make sure to leave yourself plenty of time to spend strolling the Pumpkin Walk. At the end of the walk, you'll get a free fall treat from Lee's Market Place.
Mark your calendar for this year's Pumpkin Walk in North Logan. It takes place October 17th, 18th, 19th, 21st, and 22nd from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. Admission is free.
Address: 1190 East 2500 North, Logan, UT 84341
Have you strolled through North Logan’s Pumpkin Walk in years past? We’d love to hear about your experience there!
Learn more about this year’s Pumpkin Walk on the event’s
website, and make sure to follow its Facebook page to get the latest updates as this unique community display is created.
You might also enjoy a visit to the Utah State Fairgrounds this season, where you’ll find
a village with more than 3,000 glowing pumpkins.