Fall is full of festivals. But they’re more than just fun. They play an important role in tourism.
- Festivals can serve to attract visitors, improve a destination’s reputation and helps the local community at the same time.
- There’s a right way and a wrong way to go about hosting a festival in your community though.
- From celebrating chiles to apples to lobster, here are the best fall food festivals in the U.S.
- If fun is your priority, check out these fall festivals which include not-to-be-missed activities like pumpkin bowling, swamp buggy races, cook-offs featuring armadillo tacos and of course, pumpkin catapults).
- And forget corn mazes and pumpkin patches, you can let your freak flag fly at these weird fall festivals (we’re talking coffin races, wife-carrying and a sheep parade).