These 8 Fall Festivals In North Carolina Are A Great What To Celebrate Autumn
From pottery, apples, beer, and barbecue; it seems North Carolinians aren’t shy to celebrate everything that makes life awesome. If you’re looking for some fun events to add to your calendar… look no further then these ten upcoming events that are some of the best fall festivals in North Carolina!
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The return of the fall season each year beckons visitors and locals alike to come together for a variety of fall celebrations, including harvest festivals, music fests, and more! Which one is your favorite? Tell us in the comments!
What other types of events take place in fall in North Carolina?
Autumnal fun in North Carolina occurs in a variety of ways, including scenic train rides (try the Great Smoky Mountains Railroad to see some incredible fall foliage by way of train), outdoor festivals (see the list in the article above) and farm events that include pumpkin patches and corn mazes. In addition, fall is an ideal season to enjoy camping on one of the many rustic campgrounds found in the Tar Heel State. Within those campgrounds, you’ll also often find hiking trails, fishing opportunities, and more.
What are the best family-friendly activities to do in the fall in North Carolina?
Each autumn, a number of farms in North Carolina transform into event-filled spaces that include everything from pumpkin patches to hayrides and corn mazes. Additionally, apple orchards convert into fun venues for the family to enjoy as you sip on warm apple cider and snack on cider donuts. Oodles of family fun are available at farms and orchards found all over the state. A seven-acre maze found at Rural Hill Farm in Huntersville is ideal for a family outing. The maze contains more than two miles of interconnecting trails through the tall corn stalks. Find out more in this article.
Which North Carolina town is the best to visit in the fall?
If it’s Halloween fun you seek, then without a doubt, the best town to visit in North Carolina in the fall is Brevard for their Halloweenfest. The entire town transforms into a halloween-centric locale that includes a costume parade with costumes and props that are over the top! Learn more from this article!
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