Autumn Spotlight

Spotlight on: Autumn and Halloween at Thanksgiving Point

Thanksgiving Point 3003 N. Thanksgiving Way Lehi, Utah 84043

Thanksgiving Point is perfectly positioned at the “Point of the Mountain”* near the boundary of Salt Lake and Utah Counties. As a result, the expansive venue is minutes away from a large percentage of Utah’s 

Thanksgiving Point's Museum of Ancient Life

population — and it makes a great stop on multiple travel itineraries, especially during the exciting autumn season:

In addition to the venue’s impressive amenities — 55-acre gardens, Museum of Ancient Life, Mammoth Screen 3D theater, Harvest Restaurant, home accessory and furnishing Emporium and an 18-hole golf course — Thanksgiving Point is hosting an array of family-friendly activities in celebration of autumn, harvest season and Halloween.

  • Cornbelly’s Corn Maze & Pumpkin Fest: Oct 4 - Nov 2

As an added bonus for locals, Thanksgiving Point’s 12-acre corn maze is a tribute to the friendly rivalry between two major universities, letting fans show their preference.

  • Spooky Saturdays: Oct 5 - 26

Trick or treat, games, crafts, with costumes absolutely encouraged. Get the most of this season’s costume!

  • Barnyard Boo: Oct 10 - Oct 28 on various days, check calendar

Less-spooky activities for kids include pony and wagon rides, face painting, boo bowling, spider toss, Frankenstein’s Lab, obstacle course.

  • Day of the Dead - Nov 1 - 2

The much-loved holiday celebrated throughout Latin American communities includes music, stories, crafts, folk dancers and food.

Autumn harvest family fun at Thanksgiving Point

Other fall fun activities include jumper pillows, pony races, pumpkin blasters, kart racing, duck races, insanity point haunts, mining, paintball gallery, jack-o-lantern tetherball, grain train ride, barnyard ball zone, pumpkin bowling, cow train, pig races, singing hayrides, corn cannons, animal band, life-size Lincoln Logs & Legos, live entertainment, pumpkin princess playland, trick-or-treat, campfire scary tales, and scavenger hunt.

*Bonus Points: Lehi is located at the heart of Utah’s “Silicon Slopes,” which is a high concentration of innovative IT and software development companies with a distinct “life-elevating” advantage: several world-class mountain resorts and The Greatest Snow on Earth® are less than 30 minutes away. Note the marquee Adobe campus across the interstate.