Fall Festivals

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Do to the evolving nature of COVID-19, please make sure to contact business before planning your Fall adventure!

fall festivalsWe have decided that Fall really should be at least a month longer than it is. There is SO much to do (like Fall Festivals!), and it’s such a fun time of year.

If you are looking for a Pumpkin Patch – Our 2021 guide can be found HERE.
Our NEW 2021 guide to Sunflower Fields is HERE.
If you are looking for Halloween specific events, those are coming soon!

This list is dedicated to those fabulous local Fall Festivals and events. We will fully admit that there is a fuzzy pumpkin covered line between what qualifies as a “patch” and what qualifies as a Fall Festival, but we do feel there is enough distinction for them to have their own space… thus, here we are.

Without further ado… Your Guide to Local Fall Festivals and Pumpkin Fun!


Country Pumpkins
Aug 23-Oct 31
1835 Sherman Mt. Zion Rd, Dry Ridge, KY 41035
Sunflowers, pumpkin patch, rides, slides, and special experience packages. 

Nativity Fall Fest
Sept 3-4
5936 Ridge Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45213
Close out the Cincinnati festival season with Nativity’s Fall Fest on Labor Day Weekend. Food, music, games, and a grand raffle. 

Finds of the Farm
Sept 11
5110 Lesourdsville West Chester Rd, Liberty Township, OH 45011
The Niederman Family Farm opens its doors for a fall craft show in Butler County. 

Fall on the Farm at Blooms & Berries
Sept 18-Oct 31
9669 OH-48, Loveland, OH 45140
There are hours of fun to be had at Blooms & Berries Farm Market, where they are going above and beyond to make their guests truly feel like Fall is for Families. Admission is available exclusively online. For more details, check out www.FallOnTheFarm.com. Your admission gets you a whole day of Fall farm fun!

Benton Farm Fall Fest
Sept 18-19
11896 Old Lexington Pike, Walton, KY 41094
This farm is known for its goat snuggles, and yes, they will be available. But you can also enjoy shopping for your favorite fall decor and treats, as well as however many pumpkins and cornstalks your heart desires. 

Fall Fun at Niederman Family Farm
Sept 24 – Oct 31
5110 Lesourdsville West Chester Rd, Liberty Township, OH 45011
Corn maze, sunflowers, fire pits, a kids’ play area, and rides. 

Feast and Fall-y
Sept 25
E Main St, Lebanon, OH 45036
Wander charming historic Lebanon during this Main Street event featuring crafts, food, drink, and music. 

Country AppleFest
Sept 25-26
665 N Broadway St, Lebanon, OH 45036
Visit Lebanon for a two-day arts and crafts festival on the Warren County Fairgrounds. Hundreds of arts, crafts and food vendors. Live entertainment each day. Free parking and fully handicap accessible.

Autumn Appalachian Arts Festival
Sept 25-26
527 Maple Creek Road, Moscow OH
A two-day festival featuring artists, food, and demonstrations of traditional Appalachian handcrafts. Skills on display include woodcarving, blacksmithing, woodturning, basket weaving, painting, pottery, spinning, and weaving. Pumpkin painting for kids.

Kings Island Tricks and Treats Fall Fest
Saturdays and Sundays, Sept 25 – Oct 31
6300 Kings Island Dr, Mason, OH 45040
Food, live entertainment, costume contests, trick-or-treat-stops and more. All rides and attractions are also open (not including water attractions). 

Metamora Canal Days
Oct 1-3
Metamora, IN
A three-day flea market and festival that I have been told is a “pretty big deal in Indiana.” Features art, antiques, hand-crafted items and artisan food.

Sunflower Festival
Oct 2-3
10052 Reading Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45241
On the beloved Gorman Heritage Farm, a 122-acre working farm. This festival features hayrides, pumpkins, craft vendors, food trucks, corn maze, sunflower maze, farm animals, mule-drawn carriage rides, and more. Advance tickets required. Absolutely no sales at the gate. Festival continues rain or shine, cancellations only in dangerous weather.

Operation Pumpkin: Pumpkin and Art Festival
October 8-10
Downtown Hamilton
101 High Street #1, Hamilton, OH 45011
The 10th Anniversary of this Hamilton tradition featuring live music,

Haunted Village
Oct. 8, 9, 15, 16, 22, and 23 6-10 p.m. with timed entry tickets
A family-friendly and slight-fright event in the 19th-century village within Sharon Woods. A Great Parks of Hamilton County parking permit may be required.

The Great Pumpkin Run
October 30
A beautiful run on wagon trails and dirt paths at the peak of fall foliage.

What are we missing? Comment below and let us know!

3 COMMENTS

  1. Mason’s Heritage Festival is my favorite day of September. Parade in the morning, kids inflatables and booths and food all day, and a concert and even fireworks some years at night. I’m so looking forward to taking my toddler to his first parade this year!

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