Pennsylvania April 20, 2022
The One Spring Festival In Pennsylvania That’s Worthy Of Your Bucket List Every Year
Springtime brings with it certain beloved traditions – the cry of “play ball” at baseball stadiums around the state, that first trip to our favorite amusement park, and a day at this annual spring festival in Pennsylvania. For two weekends every spring for 75 years, Pennsylvanians have flocked to the hugely popular Pennsylvania Maple Festival. It’s well worth a repeat spot on your bucket list, too.
Join a beloved Pennsylvania tradition at the Pennsylvania Maple Festival in Meyersdale, an epic two-weekend event slated for April 23-24 and April 27 to May 1, 2022.
The family-friendly festival boasts a full menu of fun, activities – from horse-drawn wagon rides to ax throwing – and events, including the Quilt Show.
A festival celebrating maple naturally means the opportunity to indulge in freshly-made maple syrup. Pour maple syrup over a delicious pancake and sausage dinner at The Lions Pancake House.
However, the deliciousness doesn’t stop there. Visit Main Street for a variety of food vendors, too.
To sample some of the area’s best wine and beer, head over to the Sit & Sip Garden on select festival days. A variety of vendors will be on hand, including Christian W. Clay Winery and Crooked Creek Distillery.
Historic Meyers Manor will host a variety of demonstrations at the sugar shack and sugar camp. Stop by, then visit the beloved Country Store, where you can stock up on maple goodies and other festival souvenirs.
If you’re bringing the kiddos along, head over to the Kids Corner, where they can get their faces painted, make crafts, and check out a variety of other activities.
The jam-packed schedule of events also features a horse pulling contest, an antique tractor and farm show, and an antique, classic, and street rod auto show.
Admission to the festival is $5 for adults, and 75 cents for kids between six and 12. You can also purchase a commemorative festival pin for $10, which provides unlimited access to both the festival and the Quilt Show.
Find more information on the official website of the
Pennsylvania Maple Festival. Or, stop by its Facebook page.
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