Louisville Jack O' Lantern Spectacular
The Louisville Jack O'lantern Spectacular includes over 5,000 professionally carved jack-o-lanterns in themed scenes and set to music along a nearly one-third-mile trail through the woods of Iroquois Park.
Because carved pumpkins don’t last forever, the display completely changes every seven days.
Proceeds from the Jack O'lantern Spectacular benefit Louisville Metro Parks Foundation.
The event runs seven days a week from October 8 through November 1, 2015.
The trail will be open Sunday through Thursday from 7:15 pm to 11 P and Friday and Saturday from 7:15 pm to midnight (EST).
The trail is approximately 1500 feet long and may take between 30 to 60 minutes to walk.
The Jack O'Lantern trail is a soft surface trail, and there are a few steep slopes.
Staff and volunteers are stationed along the trail and can offer assistance as needed.
The trail is appropriate for children, adults, and active seniors. Only service animals are allowed on the trail.
The Iroquois Amphitheatre can provide one or more escorts for the entire trail for visitors who use a wheelchair or have other mobility needs. Please inform the box office upon your arrival if you require such assistance.
Patrons who use wheelchairs or who anticipate having difficulty navigating the trail may be moved to the front of the line for priority access if they arrive by 6:45 PM. Patrons should notify the box office upon their arrival.
For more information call or visit iroquoisamphitheater.com/