Fall Festivals to Explore this Season Around Lake Lanier

Dated: September 22 2022

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Fall is a great time to get outside around Lake Lanier! Plenty of events in the area provide you with beautiful views of the fall foliage and get you into an autumn mood. This season, spooky fun and fun for the whole family is possible almost every weekend! If you like great food, entertainment, and pumpkins, there's a festival for you!

 

We've rounded up a list of some fall festivals and events you should add to your calendar this season in the Lake Lanier area! 

 

Fall Break Blowout at Warbington Farms

September 27-30, 2022

School is out, but there's plenty of fun at the farm from 10 am -7 pm. Plenty of activities keep everyone entertained and room for social distancing. Tickets are required and include access to the corn maze and fun park! Activities this fall at Warbington Farms include the petting zoo, swings & slides, hayrides, a pumpkin patch, a giant jumping pillow, a tunnel slide, and more.

 

1st Annual Oktoberfest

October 1, 2022

Head to the Smithgall Art Center for a full day of music and family-friendly fun! Enjoy beer and food trucks, live music, art projects, and the kids' activities. Pack up your chair and picnic blanket to enjoy the music all day long!

 

The Gibson Co. Fall Market

October 1-2, 2022

The Gibson Co. at The Collection at Forsyth is hosting their fall market during the first weekend of October. Shop from Forsyth County's best artists and enjoy free popcorn while you're shopping! Early arrivals might receive an in-store coupon, and there are plenty of opportunities to win in-store gift cards through the market. 

 

Cumming Country Fair & Festival

October 6-16, 2022

The Cumming Country Fair & Festival is known for its fun nights under the lights. Family and friends gather for nights of food, fun, and laughter. There are always plenty of activities and concerts to keep the whole family entertained. This year's concert lineup includes Sawyer Brown, Tyler Farr, and Joe Nichols. The admission charge is $10 per day at the festival, but several days have a free admission special! Check the website for details. 

 

Gainesville Chicken Festival

October 22, 2022

Go to Lake Lanier Olympic Park for Georgia's Official Chicken Cook-Off. This Gainesville-themed festival features professional and backyard teams competing to win the state's biggest and best chicken cook-off. You can vote for your favorite pitmaster in the People's Choice awards. The event supports scholarships for local students through the North Georgia Community Foundation.

 

Fall Festival at Gainesville Church of the Nazarene

October 29, 2022

Load up the whole family for fall fun at Gainesville Church of the Nazarene. Enjoy food, games, a bouncy house, and more! Bring the kids in their costumes for a super fun trunk-or-treat!

There's so much to explore in the area this fall! What events are you and your family planning to enjoy in the Lake Lanier area during the season?

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