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Many children start out life these days glued to phones and tablets. It's great for their eyesight to get out and look far away into the distance.

It can improve their mood and help prevent them from becoming myopic (near-sighted) later in life. In our hectic daily lives, it's hard to find time outdoors, even though we basically live in a forest.

The Texas Forestry Museum in Lufkin, Texas has the I-Spy Halloween On The Trail event going on until Halloween from 10 AM - 5 PM (Closed Sunday).

Take Your Kids To This Free Halloween Trail in Lufkin, Texas 

The Texas Forestry Museum is located at 1905 Atkinson Drive near the loop in Lufkin. This event is free and open to the public.

They will be closed this Sunday, but every other day they will have a chance for you and the kids to roam about the forest. Spotting all of the things on the trails is a great activity for the eyes.

Check-in at the front desk and they will give you an activity sheet. You'll see all kinds of Halloween decorations on the trail. Saturday would be a great day to go before it gets cold.

See Trees Dressed Up As Superheroes This Halloween In Lufkin, Texas 

You will see massive pine trees dressed up like superheroes and much more. While you are there, you can get some information about their upcoming Santa Claus Express on December 8th from 6 PM to 8 PM and an upcoming Christmas Craft on November 24th and 25th from 10 AM to 5 PM.

The 4 Pumpkin Colors You Need to Know for Halloween in Texas This Year

Many of us are getting ready for the multitude of trick or treaters that will visit our house looking to add to their candy haul. Some of those trick or treaters may have a different colored pumpkin in their hand or on their porch. Let's learn what those different colors mean.

Gallery Credit: Walmart, Party City, Ebay, Poshmark

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