Pumpkintown Village and Ride

Friday, Oct 29, 2021 from 10:00am to 5:00pm
Pumpkintown Ride
100 East High Street
860-267-0143

Pumpkintown U.S.A. is one of Connecticut’s premier non-scary Fall attractions. We’re happy to be able to offer our guests the full Pumpkintown experience with both the Village and The Ride open this year! Visitors of all ages delight in over 100 pumpkinhead people and their pets in two venues with multiple creative settings.
The Harvest Store and Garden Center offer the best of the season—pumpkins, mums, apple cider donuts, and Fall decor.  Embrace the season and make some family memories with us!
Drive through the Pumpkintown Forest!

That’s right, just like last year you’ll be able to enjoy the Pumpkintown Forest and it’s Pumpkinhead inhabitants from the safety and comfort of your own personal vehicle!

The Village at Pumpkintown U.S.A.

The pumpkinheads first appeared at Paul’s and Sandy’s Too in East Hampton Connecticut in 1990 with the arrival of Leroy Butternut and Penelope Parton. Today the Village at Pumpkintown U,S.A is home to over 70 Pumpkinhead people and pets. Their unique village includes a fast food restaurant called MacPumpkins a saloon, a jail, a church, barbershop, country store, farm and a fire station.

A portion of the proceeds from admissions to Pumpkintown U.S.A. go to The Sandy Peszynski Breast Cancer Foundation. Sandra Peszynski, the co-founder of Paul’s and Sandy’s Too and Pumpkintown U.S.A. passed away in 2007  after a 25 year battle with breast cancer. Sandy played a huge role in creating, naming and dressing the many characters of Pumpkintown, and remains the inspiration for Pumpkintown to this day. In honor of Sandy’s memory, her family decided that not only will Pumpkintown be open to visitors every Fall.

To learn more about the foundation named in Sandy’s honor, visit http://www.spbcf.com/

Drive your family through the Pumpkintown Forest!:

Half the fun is across the street in the Pumpkintown Forest! See more Pumpkinheads in their unique forest settings. You’ll have to make a reservation, but you’ll be so glad you did!
If you’re planning on visiting The Village too, make sure you check in to The Ride first. That way you will be able to enjoy a stroll through The Village without worrying about losing your place in line for The Ride.

Admission to The Village:
$6 per person 3 years old and up, weekdays and weekends. Free for children 2 and under.

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The “Ride” at Pumpkintown U.S.A.

Enjoy a journey through the Pumpkintown Forest in the comfort and safety of your own personal vehicle.On this scenic 1-mile drive you’ll see over 30 Pumpkinhead people and their animal companions at home in their woodland dwellings.

Among the many scenes you’ll see along the way are: a School House, where Pumpkinhead children learn and play; a Trading Post, Blacksmith’s Shop and Gold Mine, businesses vital to the Pumpkinhead economy; as well as a Ski Slope, a popular recreational destination.

Admission to The Ride:
$25 per vehicle.
Note: personal vehicles only.

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