An Extravagant Pumpkin Trail Is Returning To Calabasas To Light Up The Eerie Night Sky

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An Extravagant Pumpkin Trail Is Returning To Calabasas To Light Up The Eerie Night Sky

Embark on a glowing adventure through a half-mile trail filled with illuminated hand-carved pumpkins. 🎃

Calabasas’ Halloween Wonderland is back for its second year and these luminous gourds are looking better than ever! Nights of the Jack is an experience like no other, featuring thousands of spectacular pumpkins scattered throughout a stunning property at King Gillette Ranch. And with this season’s partnership with Nickelodeon, guests can expect to see special installations bringing a few fan favorites to life!

Over a dozen themed installations will be showcased throughout the trail leaving you and your crew to discover all the intricately hand-carved masterpieces your heart desires!

From enormous dinosaur sculptures to lifesize sharks and even a few celebrity-themed jack o’ lanterns, you won’t believe how much detail was put into these amazing pieces of work. This year, visitors will even have the chance to witness a few Spongebob characters as well as hang out in an Are You Afraid Of The Dark? pre-show tent filled with twisted surprises and an augmented reality experience!

Other marvelous additions include watching a live pumpkin carver in action, a celebratory gift shop, top LA food trucks, and “The Spookeasy Bar”, serving specially crafted Halloween cocktails for those 21 and up. Don’t forget to bring your camera because there will tons of “Instagrammable” moments for all to enjoy!

Thanks to thousands of hand-carving hours and hard work, this spooktacular display may just be the most festive showcase you visit this fall.

Buy your tickets to Nights of the Jack today!

Location: 26800 Mulholland Hwy, Calabasas, CA 91302. See it on Google maps.
Dates: October 3 through November 4.
Price: Children 3 -12 years old are $22, adults are $27, and infants 3 and under are FREE!

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