Best Fall Festivals Around Cleveland
On a crisp autumn day, there’s nothing better than taking a drive out into the country to enjoy the fall leaves, good food, and fun entertainment. So our team here at Mercedes-Benz of North Olmsted has compiled a list of our favorite fall festivals within driving distance from Cleveland.
Hosted by the Geauga County Historical Society, the Century Village Apple Butter Festival takes you back in time with historical crafts such as broom making, pottery, and blacksmithing. Additionally, you can purchase handmade items from artisans, taste baked goods, and of course, enjoy fresh apple butter being made each day.
This festival takes place on 172 acres in beautiful Chagrin Falls, Ohio. A perfect festival for families, activities include candle dipping, archery, a haunted hay maze, tie-dye, and more! Plus, all of the proceeds of the event go to the Hiram House Campership Fund, which helps provide children with the funds to attend the Hiram House Camp.
Located in Bainbridge Ohio, also known as “Leaf Country, U.S.A”, this three-day festival celebrates fall with a wide variety of activities and attractions. Enjoy a classic car show, carnival rides, parades, a flea market, and of course, the stunning foliage which serves as the backdrop of this exciting event.
Throughout the month of October, the historic Heritage Farms in Peninsula Ohio offers a plethora of fall-themed attractions. Kids will love going on a scavenger hunt or taking a hayride around the farm, and there are several photo spots available so you can capture a perfect autumn family photo. Purchase some pumpkins to take home to continue the festivities even after you leave!
Celebrate Autumn with Mercedes-Benz of North Olmsted
There are many more things to do and events this fall for your family to enjoy from Avon to Westlake. Feel free to contact us with any questions you have about things to do in the North Olmsted area this summer, winter, or spring, like the best date spots in Cleveland.