Feast On The World's Largest Apple Pie At This Epic Fall Festival In Kentucky
All year long, we look forward to fall in Kentucky. There’s nothing quite like it: the colorful foliage, crisper temperatures, cerulean skies, and seasonal festivals. Give us all the fall festivals! There’s one fall festival in Kentucky that’s unlike any other in the state; a fete of epic proportions that is an absolute must. Each autumn, the Casey County Apple Festival in Kentucky takes to the streets of Downtown Liberty for two days of apple-filled fun, including the baking (and eating) of the world’s largest apple pie. Let’s take a look at what you might find at the 2023 Casey County Apple Festival.
Have you been to this epic fall apple festival in Kentucky before? If so, we’d love to hear about your experience … and how delicious the pie was!
The 2023 Casey County Apple Festival happens Sept. 21-23 in Downtown Liberty, Kentucky. Visit the Casey County Apple Festival website to learn more and to plan your apple-filled adventure this fall. Be sure to plan your Kentucky fall foliage road trip around this fun event. One of the best ways to tour the state is by renting an RV from RVShare and hitting the open road.
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What are some fall festivals in Kentucky?
What do you think about when you imagine fall in Kentucky? Fall festivals, celebrating everything from bourbon to caterpillars, of course! Here are some fun, weird, and exciting fall festivals in Kentucky:
- Louisville Jack O'Lantern Spectacular: If Halloween is one of your favorite holidays, you'll love this fall festival in Louisville. You'll be amazed by over 5,000 carved pumpkins of all shapes and sizes. Many of them will blow you away with how detailed and creative they are. Walk along the 0.3-mile trail each evening at Iroquois Park to see them all lit up.
- Woolly Worm Festival, Beattyville, KY: This might be the weirdest fall festival you'll find, but Lee County sure prides itself on this interesting event. The "Woolly Worm" is a fuzzy orange and black or brown caterpillar that is believed to be able to tell the future. A wooly worm has 13 segments that are believed to correspond to the 13 weeks of winter. If a segment is light brown it means a mild week. If it is black it means a hard cold week.
- Kinman Farms Fall Fest, Burlington, KY: Pumpkin patches and corn mazes are a staple of fall festivals and this is a fun one in Burlington. Hay rides, games, pony rides, pumpkin picking, a petting zoo, and a warm and toasty bonfire await.
- Kentucky Bourbon Festival, Bardstown, KY: You can't come to Kentucky without raising a glass of bourbon. This September festival celebrates one of Kentucky's most loved staples. Enjoy live music, great food, and the best bourbon in the world.