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September 22, 2022
It’s the official first day of fall and the weather in Lake Placid wouldn’t tell you otherwise. The cool crisp mountain air gets you in the mood for seasonal favorites like apple picking, pumpkin patches, and leaf peeping. And the best part about fall in the Adirondacks is you don’t have to choose #teampumpkin or #teamapple; #teamfall is where it’s at.
So pull out your plaid shirts and jackets (or shackets) and come visit the Adirondacks for these classic fall activities.
October 1 & 2
September 29 - October 2
Looking to celebrate someplace within walking distance of the Golden Arrow? Head over to the Lake Placid Pub & Brewery for their weekend long celebration featuring German food and seasonal beers. Fall classics like Ectoberfest, Pumpkin Ubu, and Colonel’s Kolsch will all be on tap.
October 7 - 9
Also back this year is the Flaming Leaves Festival at the Olympic Jumping Complex. Come out for live music, crafts, and food & beer vendors and watchin elite ski jumpers soar through the air – with the beautiful and colorful high peaks in the background!
Fun for the whole family, these two corn mazes are favorites of locals and guests alike.
Looking for a challenge? Visit either location for flashlight nights and make you way through the mazes in the dark! Don’t forget your flashlight or headlamp.
2022 Theme: “The Tree of Life”
Hours: open daily 10am – 4pm
Pricing: $8 Adults $6 Kids
Flashlight Nights: 10/15 & 10/22 5pm-9pm
Whether you’re visiting Rulf’s for their corn maze or not, it’s worth making a trip to the orchard. The scenic 40 mile drive to Peru is well worth it to visit this family owned orchard.
Their store is open year round so you can stop in and pick up some delicious apple cider, produce, and fresh baked goods.
They also have a petting zoo with horses, goats, alpacas, and donkeys, and a kid’s play area.
The Adirondacks offer some of the best places to see fall foliage and people travel from all over to catch a glimpse of Mother Nature working her magic. While you can see color from most places, we’ve narrowed down some of our favorite leaf peeping locations worth checking out.