Is there anyone whose favorite season is autumn? Count me in! The perfect weather, the right temperature, and the beautiful leaves. With pumpkins, maple leaves, apple pie, and other signs of fall, it's hard not to fall in love with such a season. Of course, you may not know that there are many other fall activities in the country. As the weather gets cooler, it is also a good time for various events to be held. Whether you choose to take a stroll down a path with stunning fall colors to enjoy the scenery or cozy up on a warm couch to watch your favorite Halloween movie.
There are many fun activities for families in the fall, and most of them are not too expensive. That's why we've compiled a list of some fun fall festivals that span the country. Whether you're looking for a family trip or a last-minute decision on the nearest location. You'll find the answer here.
Moab Music Festival-Utah
Moab is a small town located in Utah from where you can travel to the very famous national parks in Utah. You can also experience an exciting 4WD tour here, which is why it is so popular among tourists. And every year in September, a music festival is held here, where world-class musicians will bring jazz, rock, and traditional music from all over the world. This year's festival will run from August 22 to September 16.
There will be 17 concerts to choose from, with ticket prices ranging from $40 to $2,200. The most expensive concert is the three-day Westwater Canyon Music Raft Tour from Aug. 22 to 24. This will be an unforgettable experience for music and outdoor adventure lovers. There will be great music to accompany you as you take in the spectacular scenery. It should be noted that most of the concerts are outdoors. It is recommended to bring a canopy tent to make your experience perfect.
Fall Festival Crafts Show-New York
Ellicottville will host an outdoor market, trail run, cable car, and many other events from Oct. 8-9. Registration for the 4-mile run is $35 and the 8-mile run is $45. The cable car ride will also provide a great view of Ellicottville. At the market, you can find all types of food, fresh fruit, and homemade jams. Perfect for a relaxing weekend with the family. If you would like to be a vendor at this fall event, a 10x10 canopy booth is available for $400.
This is the largest Renaissance Festival in the United States, held every Saturday and Sunday from October 8 to November 27. The festival will take place in Todd Mission, about an hour's drive from Houston. Here you will find a town built in the style of 16th-century European architecture. The crowds are filled with kings and queens parading in medieval European costumes and the nobility surrounding them. There are acrobatic performers and graceful dancers on the roadside. It will make you feel like time travel.
The festival lasts for eight weekends, each with a different theme. It includes a beer festival, fantasy theme, pirate adventure, etc. Come and enjoy a weekend of exotic experiences with friends and family!
The Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta-New Mexico
It started in 1972 with a small group of hot air balloonists. And this year it is Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta's 50th anniversary. This nine-day event is a feast for the eyes, running from Oct. 1 to 9. During the fiesta, you can take part in hot air balloon ascensions, watch chainsaw carvings and participate in auctions. Not to mention the special shaped Rodeo, each of which is so fun and cute. The most common ticket price at $15.
Big Horse Corn Maze and Harvest Festival-California
If you want to take your kids to a fall festival, this will be a hit with them. Every year the pumpkin patch here is open on October 1 and October 30. The corn maze closes every Monday and is open Tuesday through Friday from 1 to 5 p.m. On weekends it is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Besides the corn maze, you'll find a pumpkin patch, face painting, and other activities here. Tickets cost $15 and children under 5 are free.
Coconut Grove Pumpkin Patch Festival- Florida
The event will be held at Regatta Park in Miami on October 22nd and 23rd. It's like a pumpkin-themed amusement park. In the pumpkin patch here you can pick your favorite pumpkin among thousands of different sizes and colors. There is also a carnival with unlimited rides, from children's roller coasters to swings, ideal for the whole family. The corn maze and fall-themed photo booth are indispensable. The best part is that in addition to the fun that little ones can gain. Adults can also relax at the food court and pumpkin beer bar. Tickets are priced at $25.
After we have experienced the fun under the sun in summer, the cozy festivals and events in autumn are also worth exploring. From themed carnivals to corn mazes or even outdoor music festivals. It's all worth attending in the fall! We hope you enjoy fall, celebrate all that the season brings, and create unique memories!