During Harvest Festival, craftsmen from across the nation gather at Silver Dollar City to demonstrate heritage crafts, fine art, woodworking and more on the Square and in the Makers Market.
The Cowboy Camp beckons guests with the delicious aroma of non-stop chuck wagon cooking demonstrations cumulating in a good ol’ fashioned face-off between two “cookies” once a day when park guest sample their eats and crown a reigning champion.
During Harvest Festival meet an array of western authors, craftsmen and artists inside the Carousel Barn!
Wilson’s Farm surrounding The Giant Swing is proud to have The Garden Of Giants call it home this fall! Here’s where you’ll see and photograph hulking half-ton homegrown pumpkins that are literally larger-than-life. With fun names like Mighty Mabel and Brutus The Vast, each of the horticultural wonders is grown in the USA by master gardeners before making their way to Mr. Wilson’s Farm. In total 8 giant pumpkins will be on display each ranging in weight from 1000 to 1400 pounds...now that’s A LOT OF PUMPKIN!
This glowing event is getting even BIGGER & BRIGHTER with an expansion coming this fall! Don't miss thrilling RIDES INTO THE NIGHT, thousands of illuminated pumpkins and non-frightful fun for the entire family. De-LIGHT in exploring the NEW Foggy Hollow and Wilson's Farm expansion, enjoy delicious pumpkin-flavored goodies and more!
Enjoy rides into the night including Time Traveler®, WildFire®, PowderKeg®, and the newest family raft ride - Mystic River Falls®, open through October 29!
Featured on Good Morning America, artist Barry Brown carves pumpkins with intricate designs unlike any you’ve seen before.
Plus, watch the artists from Rock On Ice sculpt pumpkins into unbelievable creations.
Plus, find glowing adventure from the Pumpkin Portal all the way to the NEW Wilson's Farm expansion!
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Discover NEW Foggy Hollow just off the Pumpkin Plaza, our BRIGHTEST addition yet! Here you'll be surrounded by light, sound and special effects with over 300 light strands cascading down from high above the 40-foot wide pathway ranging in length from 15 to 35 feet featuring 7600 points of light synchronized to music and playing along with a mysterious mist of fog rolling at your feet.
Foggy Hollow opens each evening at 5:30pm.
Opens Each Evening At 5:30pm
Dance the night away to family-favorite tunes with dance parties hosted by Prince Ivan!
Indulge in delicious fall flavors like both sweet and savory waffle cones, warm apple dumplings and seasonal beverages.
Meet Peter & Penelope Pumpkin and get your perfect picture taken by our professional photographers!
Plus, get your glow on with light-up gear and accessories from the Pumpkin Emporium.
Hear great country music from Eastern Height each evening at 6pm in Echo Hollow® Amphitheatre presented by Arvest.
Please Note: For the safety and security of all park guests, costumes are not allowed to be worn by guests at Silver Dollar City.
Only select shops will operate until park closing during Harvest Festival.