Michigan's Best Fall Festivals (All Regions)

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!!

Kids with Pumpkins at a Michigan Fall Festival


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Michigan Fall Festivals by Region

Below is a list of All Michigan Fall Festivals for All Areas of Michigan. If you prefer to find something that is closer to your home or cabin check out our Michigan Fall Festivals by Region page where you can narrow down your search results to better fit your needs.

Fall Festivals in All Regions of Michigan

CANCELLED due to COVID-19

Annual U.P. Fall Beer Festival - at Mattson Lower Harbor Park, Marquette.

Scarefest Scream Park has set out to give you a fun filled night with 4 haunted attractions, haunted camping, beer tent, food, live music, bonfire, scary movies, and much more.

Haunted Hayride
A narrated story suitable for all ages of the forest's recent outbreak by a guide who will be by your side until the very end

Come visit one of the best kept secrets in Southwest Michigan. Bring the entire family out for a fun filled day on our farm to experience the wonderful flavors of our vine ripened fruit and field fresh vegetables. U-pick is the best way to get the full nutritional value out of the produce you eat.

Our founders John and Carolyn Beck purhcased the "family farm" from John's parents in the early 1970's. Originally run as a wholesale fruit and vegetable farm, the young Becks found it hard to make ends meet in the depressed wholesale market. They had to find an innovative way to keep the farm in operation.



Once upon a time a handsome young man named Patrick McGuire proposed marriage to his high school sweetheart, Sara Veliquette. She accepted and the two would marry the following Christmas. During their engagement many decisions would be made including where they would live and how they would make their living.

Real Haunts outlines ghost stories listed by state. Check out the paranormal activities by area of Michigan.



Little ghouls and boys will enjoy an afternoon of spooktacular fun. There will be tons of activities for everyone to enjoy, including:

Straw maze
Live animal presentations
Hayrides
The (in)famous Boo Tunnel

Jackson’s Underworld Extreme Haunted House in Jackson Michigan is over 30,000 Sq. feet! Outstanding animatronics & special effects. This nearly half mile tour of blood curdling horror has everything from the most terrifying monsters to extremely high tech animatronics lurking everywhere.

Saginaw Valley Rail Trail is 9.2-mile trail is a great choice for your year around recreation. The Saginaw Valley Rail Trail always beautiful, but especially so in autumn when fall foliage is reaching peak colors.

The Terrorfied Forest is a 30 acre attraction that takes you deep into darkness. Step into your nightmares and see what is lurking in the woods. Navigate your way through heart pounding fright as creatures of the night come out to play.

Held Saturdays and Sundays each October this is a Fall tradition that is not to be missed! Passengers are entertained during the journey by THE GRAND PUMPKIN, SCARECROW & LITTLE CROW! Very family friendly not scary.

Fruit Acres Farms is a 230 acre fruit farm owned by the same family since 1846. The current owners, Randy and Annette, are the 5th generation to operate the orchard. We grow Big black Sweet Peach trees in bloomCherries, Sour Pie Cherries, and Crisp Juicy Flavorful Apples.

Coveyou Scenic Farm Market is a working Michigan Centennial Farm owned and farmed by the same family for more than 136 years. The farm was an original homestead under President Grant in 1874.

Experience the beauty of fall in the Porcupine Mountains. When the leaves change, the Porcupine Mountains is where you want to be! Located on the shores of Lake Superior in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, the Porcupine Mountains are home to the largest tract of old-growth hardwood forests west of the Adirondacks.

In response to consumer demand, the Robinette family opened the Apple Haus in 1973. The Apple Haus is home to the bakery, lunch counter & eating area, cider mill, home-grown fresh fruits in season and a variety of other tasty treats and gift boxes.

Fear The Farm – Zombie Paintball Hunt – in Battle Creek is one of the nations largest Zombie Paintball hunt covering over 1 mile of Zombie invested forrest and cornfields.

Canceled for September 11-12 2020

Apple & BBQ Cook-Off Festival

Come enjoy this Fall Festival highlighting the Michigan Sanctioned Kansas City BBQ Cook-Off Competition & farm fresh apples of Oceana County. Festival is held in the business district of Silver Lake Sand Dunes located six miles west of US-31 at the Hart/Mears exit 149.

Closed for 2019

Sorry this haunted house has closed!

Wiard's Cider Mill and Apple Orchard was founded in Michigan by George Wiard in 1837. Visitors can enjoy u-pick apples, u-pick pumpkin patch, drink delicious cider, roam through a corn maze, climb on a hayride, or reserve a field trip, Wiard’s is the orchard for you.

Open Day: Saturday, September 19, 2020

Fall fun on the farm. Active fruit farm with a fall farm market. Pumpkin patch, corn maze and apple picking. Refreshment stand with cider and donuts. Nugent Orchards is a family operated fruit farm established in 1918 just south of Benzonia in beautiful Northern Michigan.

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