Fun fall adventures at Stone Mountain Park’s all-new Pumpkin Festival
Stone Mountain Park’s all-new Pumpkin Festival: Play by Day, Glow by Night, an outdoor extravaganza, returns bigger, better and brighter in 2020. Families can play by day and experience family-friendly park attractions and special fall entertainment, then glow by night in a whole new light! Discover a patch of fall fun on 3,200 acres of natural beauty every Friday through Sunday until November 1.
Celebrate the splendor of autumn during the park’s Pumpkin Festival, a family tradition featuring dozens of new scenes, thousands of jack-o-lanterns, a giant glowing pumpkin tree, costumed characters, glow-in-the-dark mini golf, new storytelling adventures, new glow-along party parade, new glow-in-the-dark dinosaurs, new magic show, and more nighttime family-friendly experiences.
Glow by night is an all-new, immersive experience with more glow and nighttime outdoor fun! New for 2020, go back in time and see what the park’s Jurassic giants are up to after dark at the all-new Dino Glow Experience. Featuring 20 life-size dinosaurs, these creatures move and roar like their ancient ancestors in a whole new light! Don’t miss award-winning magician and Las Vegas headliner Aaron Radatz as he brings a fast-paced, interactive show that will entertain the entire family. Catch him before he disappears.
Stone Mountain Park’s Pumpkin Festival is an autumn wonderland where imagination and fun meet. Take an outdoor journey through classic storybook tales that come to life in 10 new themed areas with over 40 newly imagined scenes, thousands of glowing lights, massive carved pumpkins, bubbles, fog and plenty of not-so-spooky, glow-in-the-dark adventures after sunset.
From fairytales to nursery rhymes, be part of the adventure as you encounter your favorite storybook characters. Discover an underwater marvel 20,000 leagues under the sea, catch a fairytale remix with Mother Goose, watch an all-new story book dance-along party parade on the laser lawn, and join the 3 little pigs for an adventure on the scenic railroad. Come immerse yourself in outdoor picture-book settings with fun fall decor and much, much more!
Visit Oz and say hello to Dorothy, Toto, the Scarecrow, the Tin Man and the Cowardly Lion at the Wizard of Oz Junction. Wander through the crooked trees as you explore the world of your favorite fairy tales while the lights above dance to choreographed music and curious creatures hide around every corner at the Enchanted Forest. Take a stroll through whimsical scenes from your favorite fairy tales, like the Frog Princess, the Sword and the Stone and the Princess and the Pea at Storybook Lane.
Enjoy dozens of new scenes, thousands of jack-o-lanterns, costumed characters, glow-in-the-dark mini golf, new storytelling adventures, new glow-along party parade, and more nighttime family fun Friday through Sunday until November 1.
Recognized as a Southeast Tourism Society Top 20 Event and listed in Frommer’s 500 Places to Visit with Your Kids Before They Grow Up, Stone Mountain Park is located 15 miles east of downtown Atlanta. For tickets and information about Stone Mountain Park attractions and hours of operation, please visit www.stonemountainpark.com.
In order to provide safe outdoor entertainment, Stone Mountain Park is reducing and managing its daily attractions capacity. Reservations are recommended and guests are encouraged to purchase tickets in advance. Guests are also encouraged to review important health and safety procedures at the following link before visiting park attractions: https://www.stonemountainpark.com/PlaySafe.