2,000 Glowing Pumpkins Is Worth Taking a Road Trip to In Texas
There is a pumpkin patch trail that is out of this world in Texas. We all know how packed it gets at La Union Corn Maze especially when it comes to picking out a pumpkin to take home and carve.
But if you love the spooky time of the year then you must schedule a road trip to Lubbock, Texas. Tons of El Pasoans either visit family or go to the college football games when they can.
Now there is something worth taking a road trip to Lubbock, Texas to check out that is in the spirit of Halloween. During the Christmas break, we're all familiar with the lit luminarias on Scenic Drive.
Something similar to that goes down in Lubbock, Texas except it is a trail of pumpkins. Texans and outside visitors can enjoy walking through a trail of 2,000 glowing jack-o-lanterns.
Every Halloween this particular event goes down at The Lubbock Memorial Arboretum. Halloween fanatics would definitely appreciate visiting a jack-o-lantern trail in Lubbock.
If you want a similar idea as to what to expect in Lubbock just refer to the ThisWeekNews YouTube video above. ThisWeekNews shows the trail at Westerville's Great Pumpkin Glow below.
Everything Lubbock's YouTube video explains what you can expect at The Lubbock Memorial Arboretum pumpkin trail. After you watch the videos of the pumpkin trails will surely have you wishing and hoping El Paso could do the same.
I am positive tons of El Pasoans would be down to stroll down a trail of glowing pumpkins. But for now, we must take a road trip to Lubbock sometime as the spooky season is approaching to stroll through a pumpkin trail.