Tag - Fall

Thanksgiving Dinner

This Thanksgiving, step away from the stove! Whether you need a break from your daily grind or simply an escape from your own kitchen, Thanksgiving is the perfect time to check out the bountiful culinary options in Pennsylvania’s beautiful Laurel Highlands. To help you plan a stress-free Turkey Day getaway, the holiday gurus and chief turkey…

Hallowboo

Where to go trick-or-treating in the Laurel Highlands Halloween in the Laurel Highlands brings ample opportunity for the little ghouls and goblins to go trick-or-treating. We’ve gathered a list of published dates and times for municipalities in Fayette, Somerset and Westmoreland counties. Have a happy and safe Halloween! Fayette County Belle…

Hustons_Haunted_Hollow

It’s Spooky Season in the Laurel Highlands! While we have plenty of family fun attractions in October, these holiday haunts are only for those looking to get their scare on. Take part in a paranormal investigation, ghost hunts or a total darkness challenge and much more ... if you dare. Buffalo Bill’s House, Perryopolis Is this Queen…

Schramm Fall Festival

Yes, Pennsylvania’s Laurel Highlands have been consistently named one of USA Today’s 10Best Destinations for Fall Foliage. And, yes, there is nothing quite like our spectacular views, cozy campgrounds, and winding scenic byways. But that is just the beginning! When the temperatures start to drop and the colors start to pop, the…

Fall Camping

Whether you’re renting a rustic cabin for the week or planning a weekend getaway to a treehouse, put on a warm sweater, pour a mug of hot cider and enjoy all that fall in the Laurel Highlands has to offer. Camping in the Laurel Highlands is a year-round activity but autumn is arguably the most beautiful time of year to visit, with dozens of…

Fall Drives

Take a Fall Drive Through the Laurel Highlands

Thursday, October 21, 2021 2:00 PM by Allyson Null

While the Laurel Highlands is certainly a four-season destination, fall is truly special. Mother Nature sets the stage for an impressive show with an array of towering trees, soaring mountain ridgelines, lush valleys, and river gorges that are ablaze in breathtaking red, orange, yellow, and bronze. With the fall leaves' colors peaking in the…

Bedford Fall Foliage Festival

Laurel Highlands Fall Checklist

Thursday, October 7, 2021 10:00 AM by Allyson Null

The trees are turning colors and the leaves are slowly falling. Fall is here! That means it is now perfectly acceptable to wear sweaters and eat and drink everything pumpkin flavored, right? We know that fall brings a ton of festivals, events, activities, and views, and we don't want you to miss a thing. Start your fall checklist today!…

Boos & Brews

If you're a fan of fall-themed beverages, the Laurel Highlands Pour Tour launched an exclusive fall tour right up your alley: Boos & Brews! The tour begins Oct. 1, and runs until Nov. 30, so you have 8 weeks to complete it. Download the free Laurel Highlands Pour Tour app and check in at 18 of our 40+ locations, and we'll mail you an…

Fort Ligonier Days

October in the Laurel Highlands means three things: fantastic fall foliage, harrowing haunted attractions and fabulous fall festivals. From pumpkin picking to historic reenactments, here are 8 fall festivals you won't want to miss this month. Springs Folk Festival Oct. 1-2 View this post on Instagram…

Haunted Hills Estate Mutant

When the sun goes down this fall and you’re looking for a night full of thrills and chills, there’s nothing better than a haunted hayride or house to bring on the terror. With decades of experience and excellence in horror-inducing haunts, we're highlighting what's new at these infamous Laurel Highlands attractions. Take…

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