Spooky Season in Pulaski County

October 19, 2021

Colorful leaves, crisp, cool air, and pumpkins galore -- spooky season is finally here! When it comes to all things spooktacular, Pulaski County is packed with safe, outdoor events to celebrate Halloween.

Jack o' lanterns

Oct. 22 & 23: Blood Trail at Thornspring Pastures

A must see walk-through outdoor drama! Over 50 actors and actresses tell the story of a deadly blood disease and its impacts on people and families. Guests search for the cure as they walk along the trail. Recommended for ages 12 and up, the trail starts both nights at dark.

Oct. 24: Spirits Along the Wilderness Road Wagon Ride

Transport back in time on a Horse drawn wagon and hear from the “spirits” of those who once traveled the Wilderness Road. Fresh mulled apple cider, pear butter cookies, and seasonal crafts available before after the wagon ride! Wagon Ride from 3-6:30 on Sunday, Oct. 24. Reservations required.

Oct. 29: Downtown Pulaski Trick or Treat Trail

Trick or treat from business to business in Downtown Pulaski from 4-6 PM. Costumes welcome!

Oct. 29, 30, & 31: Motormile Speedway Pumpkin Smash & More

Events including the Bone Shaker Jet Truck race, Halloween monster truck show, and the first ever annual Pumpkin Smash race all weekend long! Experience over 1,000 pumpkins smashed to smithereens in the wildest, slimiest, and spookiest race ever held at Motormile Speedway.

Oct. 30: Third Annual Jack-O’-Lantern Spectacular

A Pulaski County favorite, trick-or-treat along pumpkin lit trails at Randolph Park with over 25 candy stops. Food vendors, such as Iron Heart Winery and Bootleg BBQ, present. Event 4-7:30 with the Pulaski County Chamber of Commerce’s live pumpkin carving challenge from 5-6 PM! Event hosted by Pulaski County Tourism and Pulaski County Parks & Recreation.

Written by Shelby Vandergriff