In anticipation of your upcoming visit,
we would like to offer the following suggestions to make your experience of Fall Of The Punkin People a pleasant one.
- Fall Of The Punkin People is located in Los Angeles’ San Fernando Valley, near Woodman Avenue and Roscoe Boulevard.
- Admission is free, there is no charge.
- We encourage parking where safe and legal: there is no parking at the location or directly across the street: please observe No Parking signs.
- Street parking is frequently available on nearby streets and one and a half blocks to the east, under the high-tension power cables. The brief walk from the power lines to Fall Of The Punkin People is lit with street lights, has concrete sidewalks, and is pleasant.
Apparel & Luggage
- We encourage comfortable footwear: you will be walking in an abandoned unkempt dirt field.
- The fall evenings can get brisk and can hold a chill, and infrequently it can rain. Please observe the sky and dress accordingly. Fall Of The Punkin People will be remain explorable even when it is raining.
- Large bags and suitcases are not permitted. Unfortunately we do not have a coat check, please leave them home or in your vehicle.
- The abandoned dirt field is dark: please stay on the designated dirt path at all times and walk cautiously.
- Humans may encounter confusing situations.
- Yes, wheelchairs are allowed: they can maneuver on the dirt path, but should be cautious.
- We encourage guests with special needs to contact us prior to arrival by email: email@example.com
- Pets on leash and assistive beings, such as guide dogs for the sight-impaired, are permitted.
- Fall Of The Punkin People is a free experience, but humans are encouraged to donate funds for perpetuation, upkeep and enhancement according to their feelings about ephemeral art such as this.