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Harvest Festival Scavenger Hunt

Whether you’re a veteran Dollywood Season Passholder or a newbie visiting the park’s Harvest Festival for the first time, there’s no better way to get acquainted with the sights than by completing a scavenger hunt! This hunt has a variety of clues to find pumpkins decorating this year’s fall event. Some clues will be easy enough for the little scavengers in your family to find, and some will be more challenging. All clues are labeled by location and can be found during the day or in the evening during Great Pumpkin LumiNights. You can complete this hunt by taking a screenshot of the clues on your phone or downloading and printing the PDF version before you come out to the park.

Happy Hunting! Be sure to take pictures of your scavenging adventures and post your finds using #DollywoodHarvest and #Dollywood2021.

Download Dollywood’s Harvest Festival Pumpkin Scavenger Hunt on PDF

Dollywood’s Harvest Festival
Pumpkin Scavenger Hunt

Timber Canyon

  • A sad face nestled among a row of smiles under the trestle bridge

  • One hungry beaver near a “river” full of “trout”

  • Nine cats with nine lives sitting dangerously close to Thunderhead

  • A spooky pizza that says “BOO!”

  • Eight baby ducks enjoying a Drop Line stream

  • An upside-down bat that escaped Mystery Mine

Wildwood Grove

  • A busy bee pollinating a wildflower

  • A lone dragonfly in a kaleidoscope of butterflies

  • A butterfly-shaped leaf in a field of sunflowers

  • A “totem” of frogs with one face in profile

  • A family of possums hanging out near Hidden Hollow

Wilderness Pass

  • A four-foot-tall pumpkin that is warmed up to sing

  • A single star at the top of a tall “pumpkin tree”

  • A Dalmatian with spots ready to “chase down a fire”

  • A pumpkin head that definitely isn’t a chicken

  • A crooked spider with only six legs that is ready to play some games

Craftsman’s Valley

  • A hidden half note beneath a treble clef measure

  • A pumpkin with a leafy “eye-patch” keeping watch on the Lucky 7 Mine

  • A hill of Cinderella pumpkins near the Hillside General Store

  • A patch of pumpkin horseshoes crafted by the Valley Forge Blacksmith

  • A pumpkin that’s a “welcome” sight underneath the Leather & Hat Co. overpass

The Village

  • A painting of a pumpkin butterfly fluttering towards PaPaw’s Roadside Market

  • A pumpkin-clad hippopotamus inside of Temple’s Mercantile

  • A pumpkin sewing a quilt of many colors near Heartsong Theater

  • A pumpkin chainsaw massacre next to the Dollywood Express

  • A pumpkin walking an unruly pup who wants to swim

Showstreet

  • A pumpkin that weighs 1001 lbs.

  • A classic recipe for pumpkin pie printed on a dish towel

  • A pumpkin-themed reminder that “kindness changes everything”

  • A delicious pumpkin-shaped treat at the Spotlight Bakery

  • A leopard-print pumpkin inside the Dollywood Emporium

By | 2021-10-08T14:53:16+00:00 October 8th, 2021|Trip Planning|0 Comments

About the Author:

Rachel DeAngelis (Dollywood Insider 2021-Now) was born in Central Florida and grew up with an array of popular theme parks right in her backyard. However, for the last seven years she has been enjoying the quiet life in East Tennessee, falling in love with the Smoky Mountains, the beauty of the four seasons and the amazing legacy of Dolly Parton. She and her two boys (ages 7 and 5) spend as much time as they can at Dollywood, especially in the summer months. You’ll typically find them cruising around the Rockin’ Roadway, eating Dippin’ Dots and taking in shows at the Little Engine Playhouse. Rachel is a high school English teacher at Concord Christian School, and she’s also a contributor for Knoxville Moms. She’s so excited to have the opportunity to combine her passion for writing with her love of all things Dolly!
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