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Explore Vermont Fall Festivals, Foliage, and More
The tradition of the harvest festival, celebrated
by Vermont's earliest farmers, continues to this day. However, modern
festivals not only include a focus on food and agriculture as they did
in times past, but also offer updated forms of entertainment, amusements,
and crafts. Fall also means magnificent foliage in Vermont. Reds, yellows,
and oranges from horizon to horizon. Fun food, entertainment, and amazing
exhibits, all set against the fabulous display of Vermont's fall foliage.
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Visit the mountains and valleys of the Killington area to see fall in all
its beauty. Hike or bike the local trails or take in a Fall Festival or two.
Choose from many lodging and dining options for the perfect getaway.
A visit to Burlington offers many attractions including museums, entertainment,
fabulous dining, and outdoor activities on and around Lake Champlain. With
legendary fall foliage and local Fall Festivals, this is the perfect time to
4323 VT Rt 108 S, Jeffersonville
Smugglers' Notch lets you to enjoy the unique beauty of Fall in Northern Vermont.
Check out these special seasonal celebrations - FallFest, Sept. 7-8 and AppleFest, Sept. 26-30.
92 Main Street, Grafton
The Grafton Inn has been welcoming guests since 1801. The Inn offers old-world charm coupled with
all the modern amenities. Enjoy the magnificent foliage at nearby Grafton
Trails or take in a local Fall Festival.
Located at the foot of Mount Mansfield, the
village of Stowe offers the perfect destination for your fall getaway. Surrounded
by legendary fall foliage, you can hike the woodland paths, stroll the
historic village, shop, dine, and take in some local Fall Festivals!
Located in the heart of the Northeast Kingdom, the Burke area is home to
breathtaking beauty and world-class recreation. Join us for the Burke Fall
Foliage Festival, Sept. 29, 2018 for fun, food, and crafts set against a
backdrop of magnificent foliage.
399 Depot Street, Proctorsville
The Golden Stage Inn offers historic country charm with all modern amenities.
Come visit this fall to enjoy fabulous fall foliage as well as the inn's own
Golden Honey Festival, September 8, 2018.
2902 Vt. Route 114, East Burke
Visit the Sanderson farm to learn all about Sanderson's Wooden Bowls and
meet the artisans, Sam and Weeza Sanderson. With magnificent fall foliage
as a backdrop, tour the farm and meet the miniature donkeys & Nigerian Dwarf goats.
43 VT Route 30, Bondville
Enjoy fall colors and take in the beauty from southern Vermont's highest
peak. Stratton has planned a fun-filled Labor Day Weekend for the entire family.
Columbus Day Weekend offers up fun, music, food and brews. Come celebrate!
70 Essex Way, Essex
Located in the scenic Lake Champlain Valley, The Essex is a perfect HQ
for your Vermont getaway. Take in local Fall Festivals or relax and enjoy the
This fall, head to Manchester for the perfect getaway. With magnificent
mountain foliage, superb dining opportunities, shopping galore, and lodging
to fit any style or budget, plus local Fall Festivals, Manchester has it all.
1 Clubhouse Road, Fairlee
Set on the shores of Lake Morey, the Lake Morey Resort offers an ideal
locale from which to discover the beauty of Vermont in fall. Enjoy the many
on-site activities, wonderful accommodations, and superb dining for a perfect getaway.
Vermont Fall Festivals
The Vermont harvest festival has
grown over the years to include everything from traditional country fairs
to arts and crafts displays to a celebration of local craft brews. Set against
a backdrop of magnificent foliage, these festivals offer something for everyone.
Come join us at the festivals listed below or check our Calendar
of Events for more to do in Vermont this fall.
View the Calendar of Events