10 Things You Shouldn't Miss This Fall

In Central PA's Susquehanna River Valley

  • Ard's Corn Maze and Hayrides to the Pumpkin Patch
    Ard's Corn Maze and Hayrides to the Pumpkin Patch

    Head to Ard’s Farm Market in Lewisburg, PA, and explore their 5-acre corn maze featuring an interactive texting game, a corn cannon, Kids’ Maze, Tile Maze, Web Maze, fossil digging in the Lost Goat Mining Company, the Fun Barn, and of course, good old-fashioned hayrides to the pumpkin patch to pick that perfect pumpkin to carve!

  • Wine Festivals
    Wine Festivals

    Fall celebrates harvest season, including the gathering of grapes from the vineyards and transforming them into amazing Pennsylvania wines! Autumn Wine Festivals invite us to taste delicious, award-winning, locally-crafted wines while enjoying live music and great food in the crisp fall air at one of our eleven local wineries!

  • Fall Foliage Tours
    Fall Foliage Tours

    Whether you're hiking or biking our State Parks & Forests, driving scenic byways, or strolling along the Buffalo Valley Rail Trail, the Susquehanna River Valley offers some of the most breath-taking fall foliage in the state! If you'd like a different perspective on leaf peeping, take your kayak on a leisurely paddle down the Susquehanna River or on an area lake for a stunning view of fall foliage.

  • Roadside Produce Stands and Farm Markets
    Roadside Produce Stands and Farm Markets

    Every fall in the Susquehanna River Valley, local growers reap the rewards of the summer growing season by showcasing their bounty at roadside stands and farm markets in the scenic countrysides of Central PA. There is nothing quite like enjoying the jams, jellies, baked goods, and fresh peaches, apples, squashes and pumpkins straight from the field! Nearby towns offering weekly farmers markets include Elysburg, Lewisburg, Mount Carmel, Selinsgrove and Watsontown.

  • Kohl's Stony Hill Tree Farm
    Kohl's Stony Hill Tree Farm

    Navigate the corn maze set on 7 acres of fields and 3.6 miles of trails. Challenge your friends and family to games within the maze and see who can find their way through the maze quickest. Enjoy a half-hour hayride through the countryside and a covered bridge. Visit the pumpkin patch to shoot the corn cannon and punkin’ chunkin launcher and then pick your pumpkin for Jack-o-lantern carving. Holiday fun begins in their 12,000 square-foot Christmas Shoppe featuring more than 80,000 ornaments and additional decorations. Kohl's puts a new spin on Fall Fun!

  • Knoebels Amusement Resorts Hallo-Fun Weekends
    Knoebels Amusement Resorts Hallo-Fun Weekends

    Every year when the crisp fall winds begin to blow and Halloween approaches, Knoebels transforms into a spooktacular place for ghosts and ghouls of all ages. Visitors can experience tasty treats, thrilling games, freaktastic attractions and, of course, a selection of Knoebels’ hallo-riffic rides.

  • Step Back in Time: Visit a Historical Site and Take a Heritage Driving Tour
    Step Back in Time: Visit a Historical Site and Take a Heritage Driving Tour

    The Susquehanna River Valley is a beautiful valley steeped in lore and undiscovered treasures – a region rich in cultural heritage. Enjoy a sampling of the structures and stories that have prevailed throughout the years. Perhaps this will spark interest and curiosity about who and what passed this way before us. Contact the Susquehanna River Valley Visitors Bureau to request a Heritage Trail brochure. Driving tours include Native Paths, Post Office Art from the New Deal era, Covered Bridges, Union County Heritage, Underground Railroad, and historic walking tours in area towns.

  • Mifflinburg's Oktoberfest
    Mifflinburg's Oktoberfest

    October 1-2. Celebrate Mifflinburg's German heritage with a craft brew and wine festival featuring area breweries, wineries, distilleries and meaderies plus a special Firkin of Oktoberfest tapped by the Mayor. Live entertainment, German dancers, keg tossing and mug lifting competitions, great food and more!

  • River Rat Brew Trail Passport
    River Rat Brew Trail Passport

    The 2021 River Rat Brew Trail Passport is bringing you some fun in the sun! This year’s Aloha! State of Mind theme will feel like a walk on the beach with the best cold brews — from your forever favorites to new discoveries. Through October 31, as you tour each location along the Trail, claim your passport sticker to verify your visit and collect an exclusive River Rat Brew Trail Brewer designed coaster at each participating brewery. Complete all the brewery stops on your passport to get the official 2021 Trail’s final prize (choice of theme-specific hoodie or t-shirt + hat combo).

  • Lewisburg's Stroll Through the Arts
    Lewisburg's Stroll Through the Arts

    Head to Lewisburg, PA where artists will demonstrate and exhibit in shops throughout downtown from 6 - 10 pm on Friday including a Silent Auction. On Saturday, from 8 pm to midnight, enjoy Dance to the Music: Multiple bands will perform in venues throughout downtown Lewisburg!