Our Date at the Great Jack O’Lantern Blaze

For those of you who live within driving distance of New York, I highly recommend checking out The Great Jack O’Lantern Blaze before Halloween. I went on a date there last night and I can assure you the drive to get to the Blaze¬†was well worth it. I’ve attached a photo gallery but take my word when I tell you, it’s one thing to see pictures and an entirely different thing to experience it in person.

Carved and etched pumpkins line every path. The #PumpkinBlaze is filled with pumpkins that have been strung together and artistically carved to create massive figures. Bring a camera because you’ll definitely want to take pictures as you admire the artwork around you. (Remember not to use flash or your¬†pumpkins will look hazy and washed out!) I think everything there is so cute and it is perfect for all ages. I went 8 or 9¬†years ago and I liked it even better this time.

The event is extremely¬†popular and notoriously sells out¬†months in advance. I’m not sure if tickets are still available for this year’s season but I do believe they recently created¬†a new 9:30PM time slot to accommodate the high demand so it’s very well possible!

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