Relax, enjoy the outdoors, and shop. Bring a friend, bring the family, or make it a surprise weekend getaway for someone special! Festivities begin in mid-September and run through the first weekend of November.
Sign up for a Fall Do Dine Stay Getaway!
Throughout the fall season, enjoy Destination Arts in Waynesboro, Stoner’s Corn Maze in Mercersburg, and
Country Creek Corn Maze in Chambersburg. Here is a little more information on each.

DESTINATION ARTS DOWNTOWN WAYNESBORO

All galleries are open
– Thursday. 1-4 PM
– Friday, 5-8 PM
– Saturday, Noon-6 PM;
– Sunday, Noon – 4 PM.
Destination Arts! is Waynesboro’s special way of revitalizing the downtown. Vacant buildings were converted into curated art galleries. Art is also on display in storefronts. A variety of entertainment each week with special art demonstrations and activities. Art is local, regional, and national. Most is available for purchase.

 

COUNTRY CREEK CORN MAZE

Off Route 11 on Etter Road, Chambersburg
NIGHT MAZE AND AFTER DARK HAYRIDES
– September 16 through November 4.
Open: Monday through Friday, 10 AM – 5 PM
(last entry to maze at 4 PM),
Saturdays 10 AM to 6 PM,
All Sundays in October, Noon to 5 PM.
Plus the three Fridays and Saturdays between October 13-28, 7 pm-10 pm are special flashlight pickin’ in the pumpkin patch and corn maze at night!

countrycreekproducefarm.com
717.729.5343

STONER’S DAIRY FARM

OEIG ROAD, MERCERSBURG:
Friday, 7 PM -10 PM
Saturday, Noon – 10 PM
Sunday, Noon – 5 PM
Through November 5.
Wander 5 acres of a themed maze, visit the petting zoo & play area, or take in the beautiful, spacious skies on a hayride. 2017 maze honors America! Special Weekend for 2017 is October 7 with mini maze, petting zoo, pedal cart track, pumpkin contest, farm tours by wagon, magic show, and giant inflatables.

stonersdairyfarm.com
717.328.3617

Browse these upcoming fall festivals and events and plan to visit Franklin County this fall. Pair a visit with a fall drive.
Throughout the fall season, enjoy Destination Arts in Waynesboro, Stoner’s Corn Maze in Mercersburg, and
Country Creek Corn Maze in Chambersburg. Here is a little more information on each.

As Route 30, the historic Lincoln Highway, leaves Chambersburg, it takes on a more rural flavor. It passes orchards, historic Fort Loudoun, and gives a great view of the mountains, dabbled in yellow, orange, and red that pop against the bright blue sky of autumn.

After passing through the village of Fort Loudoun, pick up Route 75. It is a breathtaking drive through Path Valley to Spring Run. Many of the farmers are Amish and with the harvest season in full-swing, the families are working in the field.

Take a drive and enjoy a weekend in Franklin County.

OCTOBER. 21 – 9 AM – 4 PM
APPLEFEST in DOWNTOWN CHAMBERSBURG

Arts ~ Handmade Crafts ~ Food ~ Kids' Activities ~ Music. A fabulous family day where apples take center stage for the day.

Facebook.com/ChambersburgAppleFest

OCTOBER 21
11 AM – 4 PM

PUMPKIN FEST
at RENFREW PARK in Waynesboro

Come out and enjoy pumpkin carving, hayrides, live music, children’s activities and fun games at this popular joint fundraising event benefiting both Renfrew Institute and Renfrew Museum and Park. Barrel Train with free rides through the park for kids! ~ Try the Pumpkin-Chuckin’ Trebuchet! Free soup, cider, and bread included with admission. Hot dogs, steamers, country chicken sandwiches, fries, sodas, and bake sale items sold separately. Admission fee $8 adults, $4 kids aged 4-12, and kids age 3 and under are free.

renfrewinstitute.org/event/pumpkin-festivaltute.org
renfrewmuseum.org/pumpkin-fest
717.762.0373

OCTOBER 28 & 29
10 AM – 5 PM

14TH ANNUAL GREAT OUTDOORS FESTIVAL
at WHITETAIL SKI RESORT in MERCERSBURG

Come out and enjoy, hay rides, chairlift rides, climbing wall, castle moon bounce, barnyard buddies, catch and release fishing, ski board swap, 2nd Annual Whitetail Fall Downhill 5-K Trail Run. Food & Fun for the entire family!

skiwhitetail.com

OCTOBER 30
7:30 PM

MERCERSBURG HALLOWEEN PARADE

The parade, held on a Monday evening, is a tradition since 1941.