Michigan Life's Fall Festivals & Activities Guide

Michigan's Best Fall Festivals

What a great time to get out with your family and enjoy Fall Festivals and Events in Michigan. Autumn brings beautiful color of reds, orange and yellow that pull your heart to the great outdoors for Color Tours and annual Fall Celebrations. Whether you travel by car, train or boat the time is now to enjoy the trip as much as the destination. Enjoy Fall Life, Michigan Life!!

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Fall Festivals in Michigan

The annual Baraga Avenue Harvest Fest, will take place on Saturday, October 6, 2018 from 3 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. on the 100 block of Baraga Avenue in Downtown Marquette. It is Bustling with harvest-themed activities for all ages, the festival features food and drink, live music, street dance, children’s activities and much more.

The Onekama Fall Festival takes place every year in the Village Park with lots of free activities and fun! Featuring scarecrows, hay rides, pumpkin decorating and events, this event is fun for the whole family.

Clinton Fall Festival is September 27, 28 & 29, 2019! Clinton Michigan draws tens of thousands of visitors to their little village next to the River Raisin in northeastern Lenawee County each fall. What began as a way to help local merchants attract business in 1973 has grown to a three day extravaganza!

Join us the first week of October for the annual The Tuscola County Pumpkin Festival is the premier fall festival in the Thumb of Michigan. The festival brings the beauty of Fall to downtown Caro with painted and decorated pumpkins from area schools.

Each fall West Michigan gathers at John Ball Park in Grand Rapids for Octoboerfest! A festival the celebrates BEER, well not really. The celebration of Oktoberfest started in Bavaria (southern Germany) but has become loved all around the world as a celebration of good beer, good food, and warm camaraderie among friends.

The Posen Potato Festival is held annually the first weekend after Labor Day, Friday-Sunday. The Posen Potato Festival is fun for the whole family. We have good food, good music, carnival, arts & crafts, plus much more. Our grand parade is always on Sunday, and you don’t want to miss that!

This Annual Wheatland Music Festival is held the first weekend after Labor Day in September. In addition to the star-studded lineup on the main stage there is a wide variety of activities.

Come and join the traditional Oktoberfest held Thursday - Sunday the 3rd full weekend of September.
Mark your calendars for the Frankenmuth Oktoberfest in Heritage Park, Frankenmuth, MI.

Howard City celebrates its annual Harvest Festival the 3rd weekend in September. All day Saturday packed full with events for the entire family to enjoy!

Schedule of events include:
Entertainment Tent; Saturday,

Come and enjoy this free, safe and affordable event. There will be free parking and a free shuttle. We will have fireworks, a variety of food vendors, arts and crafts, free kiddie games, car show, beer tent, boxing demo, wrestling, petting zoo, monster trucks, bounce inflatables, magician, music, carnival rides, midway games and much more!

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