Kentucky’s Jack-o’-Lantern Trail Will Feature More Than 5000 Pumpkins [VIDEO]
We're coming off our first real shot of fall-like weather and, suddenly, it seems EVERYONE is now ready for fall.
You can count me among them.
Of course, fall lovers may have already gotten a head start when all the Halloween decorations and candy hit the store shelves a few weeks ago.
You can feel it, can' you?
You're ready to do EVERYTHING that fall has to offer, aren't you?
Well, gas up the vehicle in a couple of months and head to Louisville and enjoy the return of the Jack-o'-Lantern Spectacular.
From October 8th through November 3rd, a quarter-mile trail in Louisville's Iroquois Park will once again be lit up with jack-o'-lanterns.
According to WLWT-Cincinnati, we're talking more than FIVE THOUSAND of the traditional holiday decorations.
An event very similar to this one which began in 1988 in Oxford, Massachusetts is the inspiration for this unique experience.
During that nearly month-long time frame, visitors will enjoy walking the Iroquois Park trail each night from dusk until 11PM and feasting their eyes on some amazing illuminated jack-o'-lanterns.
The trail will stay open each night until the last guest enters the trail.
It's a little early, I know, but...HAPPY HALLOWEEN!