Nights Of The Jack Calabasas One Mile Driving Trail Will Be Filled With Tons Of Pumpkins

It's almost Halloween, which means you can officially indulge in all things magical!

To celebrate this spooktacular season, Nights Of The Jack Calabasas is turning into a drive-thru experience, so you won't have to leave the comfort of your car.

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Driving trail will feature thousands of hand-carved and illuminated Jack O' Lanterns.

Nights Of The Jack

From October 1 - November 1, 2020, you can drive around King Gillette Ranch in Calabasas for the ultimate pumpkin-filled wonderland. 

Tickets start at $69 per vehicle, which allows you to drive through the one-mile trail to see massive installations and detailed artist depictions of celebrities, and animated characters. 

Before you leave, you'll also get the option to visit the drive-in food court — happy, almost Halloween!

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