Heber Valley Railroad’s Pumpkin Festival transforms the historically oriented train ride into family-friendly jaunt, with just a little spookiness thrown in for good measure. Tickets to the festival grant a seat on a 40-minute train ride, filled with costumed entertainers who hand out pumpkin cookies to passengers. After being deposited back at the depot, guests can wander into the haunted car, where they earn a Halloween sticker for their bravery in confronting what spirits lurk within. The festival’s primary attraction, of course, is the pumpkin patch, where visitors can pick out the perfect pumpkin to take home and carve.
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