Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party starts on September 10 and runs on select nights throughout the season (see some scenes from the upcoming fun in this article). That means there's still a week to go, but decorations have already popped up in the Magic Kingdom.
You have to attend the party, which is an extra cost evening event, in order to see the Boo to You parade and the special fireworks show and to do the trick or treating, but you can see the decorations any time. Just head over to the park and get into the autumn spirit with pumpkins, orange and golden leaves, scarecrows, and more. Even thought the temperatures might still be hot in Florida, you can't help but imagine a slight chill in the air with the signs of fall all around you.
Check out the list accompanying this article to get a small flavor of the decorations that await you on Main Street USA when you visit Walt Disney World. You can't miss them as you enter the park, and if you look up, down, and all around you'll notice more and more.