Over 95 Scarecrows Line the Trail of this Western Kentucky Halloween Event
Celebrating 11 fantastic years of Scarecrow fun the Western Kentucky Scarecrow Trail is growing by leaps and bounds and we are so excited it's back this year.
WHAT IS THE SCARECROW TRAIL?
Visitors get to enjoy scarecrows from the community of Bowling Green. Businesses and organizations design scarecrows and submit them for judging. The cost to enter the scarecrows for non-profits, families, and individuals is $30 and for businesses $60.
ALL THE FUN DETAILS
Probably the best part about the event is it's FREEEEEEE! The only money collected is from those who turn in scarecrows and that money goes back to maintain the park system.
The event has grown from 60 scarecrows a few years ago to 95 this year. Here's a super fun look at all the fun.
Voting ends on October 23 and you can vote online. Voters are usually able to vote on-site but this year they changed things up a bit.
If you would like to vote, or for more information on the Scarecrow Trail, head to the Lost River Cave website.
Other fun Family Halloween activities;
Pumpkin Hollow: The Brizendine Nature Park has a half-mile walk decorated with pumpkins and Halloween scenes perfect for the whole family. Families are encouraged to stop and take pictures, judge the pumpkins and pick their favorite ones, and even post to the Greenville Tourism Facebook Page.
Muhlenberg is also hosting Bales in the Berg. Anyone in or around Muhlenberg can decorate a bale or bales of hay and then enter it in the contest. Folks can hop in the car and drive around to look at the bales with this cool map.