In my opinion, the absolute best part about living in the Midwest is the abundance of fall time festivals. The changing leaves, the cider, the pumpkins. I just can't get enough. And thankfully, no matter where you go, there seems to be a ton of options. Like in Vicksburg, for example.
After a two year break, the Vicksburg Historical Society and Historical Village have announced that the annual Harvest Fest is returning.
Happening this Sunday, 9/26, the 11th Annual Harvest Festival is family friendly and free for all that attend. Here are just a few things you can expect if you plan on attending:
- Pumpkin decorating contest
- Animal zone (aka a petting zoo)
- A secret word hunt
- Food vendors
And a lot more. The 11th Annual Harvest Festival will run from 11am - 4pm on Sunday, September 26th at 300 N Richardson Street in Vicksburg. See everything expected at the Harvest Festival on their Facebook event page.
Speaking of fall-time festivals and events here are a few other attractions happening in or close to Michigan:
If you love camping this Halloween Camping Extravaganza might be for you:
This one sounds...interesting. However, keep in mind that it is STRICTLY for people who are 18 years or older:
And if you love animals this attraction in Ohio may grab your attention. Unless you hate bats...
However, if you gush over animals dressed in costumes then keep scrolling. These dogs are adorable: