"Scarecrows In The Park" Exhbit At Opp's Lake Frank Jackson State Park


By Catalina Trivino

It's a usual fall tradition to see scarecrows this time of year, but in the city of Opp, one park has over 600 of them in a 2-mile span!

People are hitting the trails of Lake Frank Jackson State Park to check out the hundreds of scarecrow displays. You can find anything from toucans to lumberjacks... and it's all part of an annual outside exhibit, where families, businesses, and church groups not only make characters, but also scenes from everyday life.

"Scarecrows in the Park" is hosted by the park's trailmasters... The displays will stay up through the end of November.

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