It's Fall Festival Time In Ohio

Ohio Fall Festivals

With the approach of fall, there are many fairs and festivals around the state of Ohio. Please find a listing of some of the most popular events around the state that take place in September or October.

This list is only a sample of the hundreds of events that take place each month in Ohio.

With the high cost of gas these days, many people are staying close to home and taking a "one tank trip". Hopefully this will help you have a pleasant fall and save money.

  • Crestline Harvest – Antique Festival

    September 15 – 18, 2005 Crestline, Ohio

  • Clyde Country Fair

    September 16 – 18, 2005 Clyde, Ohio

  • Jackson Co. Apple Festival

    September 20 – 24, 2005 Jackson, Ohio

  • Barnesville Pumpkin Festival

    September 22 – 25, 2005 Barnesville, Ohio

  • Geneva Area Grape Jamboree

    September 24 – Geneva, Ohio

  • Germantown Pretzel Festival

    September 24 – 25, 2005 Germantown, Ohio

  • Ohio Swiss Festival, Inc.

    September 30 – October 1, 2005 Sugarcreek, Ohio

  • Ohio Gourd Show

    October 1 – 2, 2005 Mount Gilead, Ohio

  • Algonquin Mill Fall Festival

    October 7 – 9, 2005 Carrollton, Ohio

  • Ashtabula County Covered Bridge Festival

    October 8 – 9, 2005 Jefferson, Ohio

  • Holmes County Antique Festival

    October 8 – 9, 2005 Millersburg, Ohio

  • Oak Harbor Apple Festival

    October 8 – 9, 2005 Oak Harbor, Ohio

  • Fall Festival of Leaves

    October 14 – 16, 2005 Bainbridge, Ohio

  • Circleville Pumpkin Show

    October 19 – 22, 2005 Circleville, Ohio

  • All About Lorain County, Ohio: A Great Travel Destination

    Lorain County, Ohio is located in the northeast area of ​​the state, on the southern shores of Lake Erie. The county, which is named after the French city of Lorraine, was first settled by Heman Ely. The City of Elyria, which is Lorain County's seat and location of county government offices and courts, was named after Mr. Ely.

    The county's most populous area is the City of Lorain, a port town known as "The International City." As of 2012, Lorain Ohio was the tenth most populous city in the state, and is known for its diverse population, festivals, ports, steel mills and historic destinations.

    Although Lorain County is home to many notable attractions and landmarks, perhaps its most famous attribute is the historic Oberlin College, which is located in the City of Oberlin. Thanks to its distinguished heritage and renowned curriculum, Oberlin College attracts students from around the country.

    In addition to larger cities such as Lorain, Elyria, Oberlin, Avon and North Ridgeville, Lorain County is also home to many smaller townships and villages (which become more prominent in the southern part of the county). Farms and small-town country vistas are abundant in southern Lorain County, and the annual County Fair in Wellington attracts thousands of visitors for livestock shows and attractions.

    Local residents take advantage of many different entertainment and recreation venues that are located within driving distance. The City of Cleveland is only about a half hour drive to the east, and the world-famous amusement and roller coaster park Cedar Point is nearby to the west. With casino gambling locations soon to be launched in Cleveland, residents in the area will have even more local recreation options as well.

    Although the winter months in northeast Ohio can be harsh, spring and summer are full of plenty of exciting things to do in Lorain County. Lake Erie offers beautiful beaches, boating, fishing and water skiing. The county itself is home to numerous public parks, hiking trails and historic landmarks. The county has plenty of fine dining locations, high-class pubs and sports bars.

    The Lorain County Visitors Bureau is dedicated to providing travelers with information on local attractions, recreation and entertainment in the area. Because it is in close proximity to the City of Cleveland and its suburbs, hundreds of thousands of people drive through the area every year. Those who stop to take in the sights and experiences are rarely disappointed in what they discover.