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Fall is here in the Laurel Highlands with harvest festivals, terrifying haunted attractions, and the picturesque array of colors across the rolling hills and mountains.
Things To Do
Pack the entire month of October with one haunted excursion after another. Are you brave enough to take a hayride through hell? Pass through a rift between worlds, spend your evening with “Mad Mae,” an evil landlady who makes sure all guests sleep like the dead. If you don’t have the heart for these terrifying frights, be sure to check out some less scary, more fun, family-friendly Halloween activities.
Check out our guide for where to get the best look at the colorful display of changing leaves across the Laurel Highlands. Take a fall drive through the colorful display on historic and scenic roads, snap some photos at a covered bridge, zip through the trees, take a tour of an architectural masterpiece, and more.
Carol & Dave’s Roadhouse
Take in the view of town from the balcony while you enjoy something scrumptious from the extensive menu. Be sure to try the famous spinach and artichoke dip and add some chicken and hot sauce to that delightful appetizer.
Sun Dawg Café
Head to Sun Dawg Café in Greensburg for breakfast and lunch for American-Mexican cuisine with a Caribbean twist.
Grab some wings and bar grub at Tailgatez, the largest sports bar in Somerset County. The glass garage doors and the two indoor-outdoor patios make this the perfect place to enjoy the fall breeze.
Christian W. Klay Winery
Have the complete wine experience at Christian W. Klay, the highest elevated vineyard east of the Rockies at 2,300 feet. Take a tour of the vineyard and enjoy their dry, semi-dry, sweet and semi-sweet wines.
The Country Cupboard & Nature Run Wood Works
Located in the heart of Laughlintown, this 1873 general store has been brought to life once again. Shop for primitives, furniture, Byers Choice, and more.
Knupp & Scholfield Country Cottage
Take home some antiques, furniture, and collectibles from Knupp & Scholfield. Explore the hidden treasures, primitives, and country crafts.
Sonia’s Shabby Chic
Sonia’s Shabby Chic is full of up-cycled, re-purposed and distressed items. This whimsical little shop is packed with home décor and furniture. Sonia’s specializes in giving a new life to old things. You never know what treasure you’ll find!
Halloween is just around the corner and there are so many fall activities to enjoy with the family. Pick pumpkins with the kiddos at Faranda Farm. Ride the Alpine slide and get a family portrait at Seven Spring’s Autumnfest. Take the kids in their costumes to Idlewild park for HallowBOO!, where your favorite park comes takes on a twist for Halloween.