There’s No Better Way To Celebrate Fall Than With This Incredible Harvest Festival In Hawaii

While mainland America experiences all things autumn, including apple orchards, haunted attractions, fall foliage, and chilly weather, those of us who call Hawaii home can get a little bummed when the only seasonal change is a drop in the ocean temperature or Starbucks cup print. Well, I have fantastic news for all of you who either miss seasons or wish you were able to experience them, ever: there is a farm on Oahu that hosts its very own fall harvest fest each year, and it’s as wonderful as you would expect.

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Waimanalo Country Farms is located at 41-225 Lupe St., Waimanalo, HI 96795. For more information about their Fall Harvest Festival, visit their website or follow them on Facebook.

Hawaii is one of the only places you can visit a pumpkin patch in the morning and the beach in the afternoon, so why not take advantage of our uniqueness and make an entire day of it and visit the nearby Waimanalo and Bellows beaches.