Navigating this trail can be confusing, as it is often blown over by sand. There are a few landmarks and sign posts to help. ATVs and UTVs will have a lot of fun on this trail. At the end of the trail, you'll get to see some really interesting geologic rock formations.
The round rocks at the Pumpkin Patch are called “concretions.” They were formed deep under the sand by water carrying cementing precipitates that began building around an organic nucleus such as a leaf, piece of shell or a fossil. Wind eroded away the sand, bringing the rocks to the surface, where further wind erosion rounded them to their present shape. Do not remove any of the rocks. Take only pictures.