Autumn is the only season where pumpkins are judged by their personality as well as their performance in the swimsuit competition. Get to know fall’s finest with this Groupon.
$27 for admission for four (up to a $51.80 value)
Choose from three dates:
- 10/11/13 or 10/12/13
- 10/25/13 or 10/26/13<p>
The autumn festival includes an illuminated nighttime pumpkin trail, a creepy hayride into the woods, live music, and food from local vendors. The festivities run at Mountain and Meadows at Turkey Pen in Pisgah National Forest.<p>
Stingy Jack's Pumpkin Patch
When the sun sets over the Pisgah National Forest, the gourds lining Stingy’s Illuminated Pumpkin Trails begin to glow. Its more than 1,000 craft pumpkins—hand carved by local artists—display scenes such as rainforests, pirates, and mythical creatures. Before nightfall, however, Stingy Jack's Pumpkin Patch entices guests with myriad other autumnal attractions. The forest beckons guests to explore its spooky trail on foot or via hayride, a hay-bale maze challenges them twists and turns, and a human hamster wheel welcomes sprint sessions, all of which are carefully monitored by a staff of giant scientists.
Throughout the day, dance groups command the stage while local vendors hawk their wares and munchies, and Stingy Jack's Pumpkin Patch personnel sell pumpkins grown by local farmers. Along with pumpkins for purchase, Stingy’s Ultimate Pumpkin Chunker hurtles them into the woods in a grand spectacle all night once the pumpkin trail lights up.
“Lots of fun for the kids.”
“We took our youth group last year and again this year. I think the setup was better last year than this year but it was still a good, clean family atmosphere. The...”
“We took our youth group last year and again this year. I think the setup was better last year than this year but it was still a good, clean family atmosphere. The kids love it! I would like to see more food vendors with more fair-type foods and more games for the older kids to play. ”
“Well done. Really nice place. Lots of fun for little kids. Found out Proceeds go to local charity which is awesome.”