If you love a good jack-o-lantern display, you’ll definitely want to make your way to one of the many pumpkin parades in Toronto this spooky season.

Pumpkin parades big and small will take place in parks throughout the city on the night after Halloween.

Admire Toronto’s glowing pumpkin carvings and show off your own one last time before the season comes to a close.

Dozens of parades are held on the night of November 1st in Toronto and the City has an online map where you can find your nearest one.

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One of the largest annual parades takes place at Sorauren Park, with 1,500 pumpkins on display featuring incredible carvings from nearby residents.

Other popular parades include the Bloordale Pumpkin Parade in MacGregor Park, the annual Cabbagetown Pumpkin Walk (costumes encouraged!), Wychwood Barns, and the annual Pumpkin Lighting at Carlton Park.

Pumpkin parades are not exclusive to Toronto, either. They are held all over the GTA and Ontario too!


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Plus, one Toronto resident goes over the top every year by carving out over 100 Pokemon characters and displaying them outside.

By the looks of his latest YouTube video, he’s doing it all over again this year.

So whether you want to show off your carving skills or just snap a few photos, the Halloween fun continues on November 1st!