Fall Festivals Around the United States

Despite the fact that fall leads into winter, which for many means that it’s time to winterize the RV, it can be a wonderful time to camp! The leaves are turning colors, the temperatures have cooled down, and there’s just something wonderful about sitting around a campfire with a sweatshirt on and apple cider in hand.

There are also plenty of fall festivals to take in as you travel the country or enjoy the fall season in your neck of the woods this time of year. Of course there are many around the United States and Canada that would be a great attraction while camping, but here is a list that the Today Show has compiled of “5 Fall Festivals Worth The Trip”.


  1. Scarecrow Festival, St. Charles, Il., October 5 – 7.
  2. North Willamette Wine Harvest Trail of Willamette Valley, Or., October 6
  3. Flaming Leaves Festival, Lake Placid, N.Y., October 6-7
  4. Oktoberfest of Tulsa, Ok., October 20 -23
  5. Voodoo Music Experience of New Orleans, LA., October 26-28

What’s your favorite fall festival? Share it with us!

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