Western PA's Laurel Highlands is home to some of the region's most sought-after fall festivals just a short drive from Pittsburgh. With the fresh air, mountain views, and breath-taking fall foliage, Pennsylvania's Laurel Highlands creates the perfect backdrop for your fall getaway. Whether you're looking for a romantic fall getaway, a scenic fall drive, or a family fun-filled experience, the vast array of fall festivals and happenings are sure to deliver!
Kick back and enjoy the harvest and live music at a Fall Open House at one of our wineries, or heat it up at the Chili Cook-Off and Harvest Festival at Christian Klay Winery! Or, take a trip back in time and relive the area's historical heritage at Fort Ligonier Days, Mountain Craft Days, Stahlstown Flax Scutching Festival, and Farmer & Threshermans Jubilee - just to name a few! Experience live demonstrations, time-period cuisine, parades, and arts and craft collectibles.
Visit some of the regions quaint towns and experience the charm of the Bedford Fall Festival, Scottdale Fall Festival, Connellsville Mum Festival, Springs Folk Festival, and the Mount Pleasant Glass & Ethnic Festival! From arts & crafts to funnel cakes and other festival food favorites, you can experience fall at its finest!
Make it a weekend getaway and enjoy the weekend's festivities at Autumnfest at Seven Springs or Rocktoberfest at Nemacolin Woodlands! Enjoy seasonal brews and tasty delights, scenic chair-lift rides, arts & crafts, and so much more! Be sure to swing by Idlewild's HallowBoo for a fun, non-spooky event that the whole family will enjoy, or add on a trip to one of our hayrides and haunted attractions!
Find the full list of 2014 Fall Festivals in the Laurel Highlands below!
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