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Pumpkin Nights in Salt Lake City is open! Remember how we did a behind the scenes on our Stories? It was so fun to see all the different creations out and about. We love Pumpkin Nights because it's not too scary for the littles and artsy enough to capture your attention. It's crazy to see what they can come up with with pumpkins! Like this giant dragon below!  

The kids kept saying "Mom, remember when we say the baby turtles? Did you see them in the water? Or did you see the pirates."

There's 7 different "Pumpkin Worlds" to see at Pumpkin Nights and each on has a hidden pumpkin with a symbol. Be sure to find each one to be able to decode the message at the end for a prize!

One of the kids favorite thing was digging in the sand for the pumpkin coins! Keep these with you until the end and turn them in for a real pumpkin! 

Our kids have been obsessed with Coco the movie, so of course we had to get a photo done here. At each main attraction, there was a helper there to take photos for you! (Yay for the whole family being in a photo!)

Tiny Hay Maze for the kids!

Also tiny bikes for all ages. 

One of our favorite pumpkin sculptures. (Do you remember seeing these on our stories?)

Tiny Berdee loved the bubble land!

We loved seeing all the different pumpkin sculptures. Who knew people could be so crafty with pumpkins? Don't forget to plan time for the fire dancers, the food trucks, watching the movie Coco, dancing by the BIG pumpkins, watching the pumpkin sculpture and jumping in the bounce houses! 

We are loving the new Britax B-Ready G3 stroller with the stroller board for our 4 year old that can never decide if she wants to ride or walk. Its been great to have a more compact stroller than the sit and stand that we have been using for the last year. We also love that we can switch the direction that the seat is facing. It's been great so far!

We loved all the attractions and know you will too! The pumpkin train and jump houses are always a win! Don't forget to use our coupon below to get 30% off you tickets!

Long Live Pumpkins! 

The Salt Project
This post is sponsored, but The Salt Project's opinions are 100% our own.
Helpful Tips
  • BPerfect for all ages.
  • Bring Mosquito Repellant.
  • Bathrooms on site in multiple locations.
  • Dress Warm
  • Food Trucks/Vendors on location
  • Bring your camera
  • Be sure to find all the secret pumpkins to decode!
  • Stroller Friendly (although there are some bumps in the asphalt)



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