Wallace State Park near Cameron holds its annual Fall Fun Event on Saturday, October 27th with park programs free and open to the public.
The Find the Pumpkin trail hiking adventure begins at 3 pm with hikers who find the hidden pumpkins on the trails winning a prize. Meet at the campground amphitheater.
At 5 pm Wallace State Park will have hedge apple bowling, a monster ring toss, and other games. All participants win a prize and those interested should meet at the playground by the shower house.
At 6:30 pm, Wallace has Halloween Campsite Decorating, a Pumpkin Carving Contest Judging and Awards. Campers are encouraged to transform their campsites with lights and decorations for Halloween Decorating. Officials ask the public to keep decorations family-friendly and safe for people and wildlife. Bring your pumpkin to the campground amphitheater for judging.
The Guided Night Hike is at 7 pm with hikers viewing decorated campsites, call for owls and sniff spiders! Bring a flashlight and meet at the Campground Amphitheater.
Wallace State Park is located six miles south of Cameron on Highway 121.