Note: This article has been updated to reflect Fall 2019 festival dates.
Fall is here! Celebrate the changing of the leaves, the cooler weather and the coming of all things pumpkin and spice with a visit to a fall festival this year. Here are nine of our favorites from throughout the U.S.
Ellicottville Fall Festival
Held Oct. 12 through 13, enjoy New York’s peak fall foliage with a side of food, live entertainment, and carnival rides. It’s a great location for a classic fall celebration.
Sever’s Corn Maze and Fall Festival
Sept. 13 through Nov. 3 brings pumpkin sculptures, art installations, live music, and much more to Shakopee, Minnesota. Don’t miss Minnesota’s original fall festival.
Have you ever visited Leavenworth? This Bavarian-style small town in Washington offers activities, food, and live music Oct. 4 through 5, Oct. 11 through 12 and Oct. 18 through 19 of this year.
New Hampshire Pumpkin Festival
The mountains, fields, and lakes of New Hampshire scream fall. Oct. 18 through 19 is the time to visit Laconia for 40,000+ visitors enjoying live music, a beer garden, activities, and the epic pumpkin tower.
Cranberry Harvest Fest
Head to Wareham, Massachusetts for helicopter rides or tours of the beautiful bogs, cooking demonstrations, and more Sept. 27 through 29.
Sonoma County Harvest Fest
Sonoma is the place to be Oct. 4 through 5, with award-winning wines and winery competitions, cow-milking, and the World Championship Grape Stomp.
North Carolina Pecan Harvest Festival
Celebrate everyone’s favorite nut when the town of Whiteville, North Carolina hosts parades, music, and house tours in celebration of the pecan Oct. 31 through Nov. 2.
Kona Coffee Cultural Fest
Got your bags packed? Take a trip to Kona, Hawaii for the state’s oldest festival, with a coffee cupping competition and much more Nov. 1 through 10.
National Apple Harvest Festival
Arendtsville, Pennsylvania hosts this dream of an apple festival Oct. 5 through 6 and Oct. 12 through 13.
Wherever you’ll be this year, be sure to schedule some time enjoying apples, pumpkins, or your own local harvest, whether by car or RV.
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