Pumpkin Hollow has changed this year!
Instead of our traditional event, we will be hosting a Haunted Drive-Through in Little Elm Park on Friday, October 16 and Saturday, October 17. The time of the event will be 7-10 p.m. each night.
Due to COVID-19 and social distancing guidelines, everyone will be required to remain in their vehicles throughout the event. Event-goers will enter the park at the north gate entrance off Main Street.
Creepy characters will haunt the road in the park. Some characters will jump out and scream close to your vehicle, but they will not touch your vehicle at any time. There will also be lights, fog, actors, and animatronics along the route, so we ask that vehicles stay under ten miles per hour the entire time. This event is free both nights.
We will have a family-friendly Drive-In Halloween movie playing each night of Pumpkin Hollow.
Both movies will begin at 8 p.m. each night. You will have to drive through the Haunted Drive-Through to get to the movie. Lines may be long to enter the park, so please plan accordingly. Please arrive early.
Families will be able to reserve a movie spot for either night. You only need ONE ticket per vehicle. Spots are very limited. Once the spots are full, we will not accept any more attendees. There will be a $10 charge to sign up for a Halloween movie, and your fee includes your movie ticket, a bag of kettle corn, and special goodies for kids delivered by movie characters. You will have space next to your vehicle if you wish to sit right next to your car. Signups movies will be available later this month!
As in previous years, we will be giving away free pumpkins to families. We will have 300 pumpkins located at the Recreation Center the week after Pumpkin Hollow. We ask that you carve them the week of Halloween. We will be having a pumpkin carving contest, and you can enter to win by posting a picture of your carved pumpkin to our Special Events Facebook group here. We will pick winners on November 1.