Explore fun fall attractions in Cumberland Valley.

Cumberland Valley's fall festivals celebrate the season with food, music, crafts and family fun. Outdoor opportunities, kid-friendly attractions, wine and beer events, and more offer weekends of fun this October. Discover a collection of our festivals and other things to see and do this fall below.

Cumberland Valley is home to an assortment of artisans, galleries and shops specializing in Made-in-America crafts. The Valley will celebrate American Craft Week from October 3rd-12th with a variety of events throughout the region. Join the celebration of this national event with artists-in-action, open houses, special sales and more. View the list of American Craft Week locations and dates at visitcumberlandvalley.com.

On October 5th, you can enjoy the beauty of Kings Gap at Garden Harvest Day. Activities include leaf printing, apple cider pressing, pumpkin painting, apple butter making, bird feeder building, children's games and crafts, hay rides, self-guided mansion and garden tours, and more.

When many people think of fall, they think of all the delicious tastes and smells of the season. Enjoy your favorite fall foods at the Pennsboro Pumpkin Fest on October 11th-12th. Highlights include crafts, entertainment and kids' activities. If fall makes you think of craft brews, head to Oktoberfest, October 9th-12th, at the US Army Heritage & Education Center for entertainment, games, and the unveiling of the official brew of the Army War College.

The family fun continues at Fall Furnace Fest at Pine Grove Furnace State Park on October 19th. This annual event features food and craft vendors, live entertainment, environmental education programs, hikes, hayrides, pumpkin carving, scarecrow making, kid's crafts and campsite decorating. Another fall attraction that is perfect for kids is Fall Fun at Paulus Farm Market. They feature outdoor hay play areas, a fall fun fort, farm animals, hayrides, corn mazes, pumpkin picking and pumpkin chunking.

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