Autumn Harvest Festivals frequently crowded, still fun

Old Fashion Apple Juice Machine. (Julianne G. Crane)

We attended the 55th annual National Apple Harvest Festival in the heart of Pennsylvania Apple country in early October.

It took almost an hour to park our car and make it to the gate.  But, isn’t that part of the experience?  We meandered around the grounds, looking at the vintage tractors, watching kids make apple juice and listening to live music in one of several stages.  Best of all, we ate homemade Old Fashioned Whoopie Pies.

While October is traditionally the most popular month for harvest festivals, there are still plenty of planned events across the nation. Most of these family outing take place in large venues with plenty of parking, and even some have overnight RV parking.

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Julianne G. Crane

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