Best Cincinnati Fall Festivals

We at HUFF Realty looked high and low for a full list of the best fall festivals and events in the tristate area with no avail. Alas – we compiled a list for you! Trust us, we love pumpkin spice, the change in the leaves, boots and sweaters as much as the next person and we are determined to share our love of fall with you!

SEPTEMBER

OCTOBER

CORN MAZES, PUMPKINS & FUN ON THE FARM:

  • Fall on the Farm: Blooms and Berries Farm Market, Sept. 19 through Oct. 31, 2015
  • Fall Farm Days:  Bonnybrook Farms, October 3-31, 2015
  • Country Pumpkins: Alpine Hills Dairy Farm, Sept. 11 – Nov. 1, 2015
  • Shaw’s Fall Festival Weekend: Shaw Farm: Sept. 19 – October 31, 2015; weather permitting
  • Pumpkin Days on the Farm: Benton Farm, weekends in October
  • Irons Fruit Farm: weekends only (last weekend in Sept. and weekends in Oct.)
  • Burwinkel Farms: Open all of October. Weekend hayrides to ‘pick-your-own-pumpkin patch,’ a corn maze and a punch-card maze, corn pool, straw tunnel, Halloween Scavenger hunt, ‘What do you Feel’ sensory station, Sunflower field with walking path (when in bloom), large selection of pumpkins at great prices, painted pumpkins available for purchase, FREE parking.  Hayride: $3 per person (includes a pumpkin from ‘pick your own pumpkin patch’), $3 for both mazes. $5 for both hayride and mazes. Everything else is free. Infants and children under 2 years are free. Call ahead for groups of 10+, school groups, and/or weekday groups  (513-738-1145).
  • Niederman Family Farm’s Fall Festival:  Sept. 18 to Oct. 30, 2015
  • Neltner’s Farm and Greenhouses Fall Fest: Enjoy horse-drawn wagon rides, an expansive corn maze, pick-your-own pumpkin patch, the petting zoo, pony rides, homemade food and ice cream, our farm shop, crafters, pottery, face-painting, seasonal apples, folk art, live music, a wonderful variety of demonstrations and a barrel train! Weekend admission is $5 (ages 3 and up) with weekend hours of 10 AM-6 PM, Weekend admission includes horse drawn wagon ride to the pumpkin patch, corn maze, petting zoo, and acres to roam; Weekday admission is free and they’re open 9 AM-6 PM with farm shop, pumpkin patch, maze, & petting zoo open.
  • Sunrock Farm: Weekends in Oct. Experience a one or two hour hands-on guided tour (reservations required).

FALL AND HALLOWEEN RELATED “THINGS TO DO”:

HAUNTED HOUSES AND OTHER ADULT EVENTS:

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