What is the North Logan Pumpkin Walk?

If you’ve never been to the North Logan Pumpkin Walk, you’re in for a treat! Come see thousands of pumpkins, gourds, and other vegetables creatively used in more than three dozen displays. More pumpkins — about 700 carved and lit — line the path through the park. Some great specialty carved ones are displayed, too. You can take a selfie in our photo-ops area. Visit with our witch and get a free treat generously provided by Lee’s Market Place. It’s great fun for the whole family! And it’s free! Thanks to the hundreds of volunteers and our sponsors who have made the North Logan Pumpkin Walk a success for more than thirty years!

So how did this all get started? The Pumpkin Walk began in 1983 on the Beutler Farm in North Logan. It became so popular that soon North Logan City began sponsoring the event and it was moved to Elk Ridge Park in 1992. Today, North Logan City continues this event with the help of hundreds of volunteers, business sponsors, and a dedicated committee who put the Pumpkin Walk together every year.

Learn more about the history of the North Logan Pumpkin Walk.