More than 30 Michigan state parks schedule fall festivals

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LANSING (WJRT) (9/16/2019) - More than 30 of Michigan's state parks are hosting fall harvest festivals this year.

They feature activities such as hayrides, pumpkin carving, trick-or-treating, costume contests, haunted trails, nature programs and horse-drawn carriage rides.

Leelanau and Tawas Point state parks are even offering a "haunted lighthouse" tours.

The events are scheduled for September and October. The Michigan Department of Natural Resources has a full listing online.

Activities in state park campgrounds typically are open only to registered campers.

The DNR advises visitors to reserve camping spots early online or by calling 1-800-44-PARKS.