Fall Activities and Festivals around Kentucky

Fall Activities and Festivals around Kentucky

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It’s almost the time of year for boots, sweaters, sitting by the fire, playing in leaves, apple cider and so much more! While dreaming of the weather ahead, plan how you will enjoy the cool days of fall. Here are some ideas to get you started:

Secretariat Festival, September 17, Paris.

Squash & Gobble, September 17, Greenville.

Train Robbery Weekend, September 17-18, KY Rail Museum, New Haven.

World Chicken Festival, September 22-25, London.

Taste of the Levee, September 24, Newport on the Levee.

Kentucky Apple Festival, September 30-October 1, Paintsville.

World’s Largest Halloween Party, October weekends, Louisville Zoo.

Invasion of the Scarecrows, October 1-31, Scottsville.

Knott County Fall Trail Ride, October 6-9, Hindman.

Kentucky Wool Fest, October 7-9, Falmouth.

Knob Creek Machine Gun Shoot and Military Gun Show, October 14-16, West Point.

October Court Days, October 14-17, Mt. Sterling.

Trigg County Country Ham Festival, October 14-15, Cadiz.

Zimmerman Glasstoberfest, October, 14-15, Corydon, IN.

Annual Car Show, October 15, KY Rail Museum, New Haven.

Woolly Worm Festival, October 21-23, Beattyville.

18th Century Market Fair, October 29-30, Locust Grove, Louisville.

Train Robbery & Halloween Weekend, October 29-30, KY Rail Museum, New Haven.

North American International Livestock Expo, November 1-16, KY Expo Center, Louisville.

A Shaker Breakfast, November 5, South Union Shaker Village, Auburn.

Southern Lights Stroll, November 17, KY Horse Park, Lexington.

Tell us what you think, and share your favorite Kentucky fall adventures with us; don’t forget to tag them with #KYTravel!


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