ALLENDALE, MICH. - Halloween is just a few days away and if you are looking for a family friendly way to celebrate this weekend, we've got a great idea for you.
We've all been through corn mazes and haunted hayrides...but how many of us can say we've been on a walk through the woods lit by carved pumpkins?
Hundreds and hundreds of them wind through the woods at Second Christian Reformed Church in Allendale for about a tenth of a mile.
The Pumpkin Walk is a fun and not-so-spooky way to enjoy the season with your family.
The three-night event began Thursday with hundreds of people walking through.
Something like this doesn't come together without the help of dozens of volunteers who started carving Tuesday night and spent much of Thursday setting up.
When all of the pumpkins are lit it's quite a sight to behold. It's something you and your family can experience Friday and Saturday night from 6 to 9 p.m. There is no cost.
For more information, visit the Pumpkin Walk's Facebook page.
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