Up to $1000 in cash will be given away in Stingy’s Annual Pumpkin Carving Contest. For ages 13 and older, Register online and bring your carved pumpkin to the festival. Click “Carving Contest“ for all the details and to register. Registration is limited to the first 100 entries each weekend.
Stingy has a great mix of contemporary and bluegrass music, along with storytelling! Musical entertainment and attractions are subject to change without notice.
When the sun goes down, our illuminated pumpkin trails light up! Wander through trails, loaded with hundreds of carved craft pumpkins, each featuring uniquely crafted scenes hand-carved by local artists. See a 70 foot Sea Serpent, Pirates Cove, Wilderness Creatures and more! Opens at 7 pm each evening. Included with admission to Stingy Jack’s.
Enjoy Stingy Jack’s enchanted hayride through the woods. Stingy’s 2013 hayride brings you up above Stingy’s illuminated trials above the festival grounds. Join other guests for an old-fashioned journey through the woods and wilderness of Mountains and Meadows. You might see some of Stingy’s friends along the way. Included with admission ticket to Stingy Jack’s.
Watch as Stingy’s Ultimate Pumpkin Chunker launches pumkins into the woods. Don’t miss it!
Wander through Stingy’s Spooky Town Trail. Meant for slighlty older guests, Stingy’s Spooky Town Trail leads up into Stingy’s forest. Ya’ might encounter a few of Stingy’s ”rotten” friends along the way. Opens at 7 pm each evening, included with admission to Stingy Jack’s.
Pisgah Dance Academy Competition Team will be performing Saturdays at Stingy Jack’s Pumpkin Patch. Offering classes in Classical Ballet, Tap, Jazz, Hip Hop, Contemporary and Clogging, ages 3 to adult can call now to sign up for fall classes. Contact Kristen at 828-884-8777 for more information, or stop by their booth at the festival. Stingy’s is proud to be showcasing Pisgah Dance Academy at the festival this year.
3rd° Burners is a group of young men and women who enjoy the essence of fire used as a performance art. There are many different methods, mediums, and styles that can be used for our visual interpretation. This form of art began many years ago by the indigenous Maori people from New Zealand.