Fall in Love With Geauga County...
What better place than Geauga County to enjoy the explosion of Fall colors, as the once lush green leaves turn vibrant yellow, red and orange. No need to drives hundreds of miles and fight the crowds of "leaf peepers". Get outdoors, around every bend in the road is tribute to the beauty of the season!
Grab a canoe or kayak at Camp Hi Canoe Livery or Canoe and Kayak Rentals and relax on the waters as you paddle past forested banks bursting with different shades of fall foliage. Discover Sages Apples, Patterson’s Fruit Farm, and Blue Jay Orchard U-pick orchards and start a new family tradition. Find the perfect jack o lantern at Urban Growers, Geauga Fresh Farmers Market, Sirna’s Farm Market or Bremec Garden Center. Take you fall decorating up a notch with hay bales, mums and corn stalks from Auburn Pointe Greenhouse, Four Green Fields or Perennials Preferred
Hop on a horse drawn hay ride or a carriage ride; you are sure to be engulfed by a sea of reds, oranges, golds, and greens that form woodland rainbows around every bend. Take an afternoon and have a blast finding your way (and not finding your way) through Ridgeview Farm, Derthick Farm or Sunrise Farm’s corn mazes.
Celebrate the best of the fall season with these popular fall festivals and fun – Fall Fest on Historic Chardon Square, Mission With A Sizzle, Huntsburg Pumpkin Festival, Mesopotamia Fall Heritage Day, Oxtoberfest, 66th Annual Apple Butter Festival- And So MANY more. Check out the events listings for a complete listing of Fall Happenings.
Don’t forget to your “dancin’ boots” and join us at the 6th Annual Hometown Hoe Down, Pre-sale tickets ($30per person/$50 per couple) are now on sale. Contact us to get yours today! Blazin Bills will once again be BBQing on site & Whiskey Courage will be our Band! Don’t miss out, order soon!
Enjoy cool, crisp days and nights of fall right here. Autumn comes alive with these family festivals and seasonal events. Come for the day or stay for the night. A great time that everyone can enjoy and autumn festivals for a real taste of the harvest season.
Geauga County is the closest Amish Community to Cleveland, Ohio. With an Amish population of just over 14,000 it is the 4th largest Amish settlement in the world. Browse through the information on our Web site to find the best places for dining, lodging, shopping, parks, recreation, art, historical sites and entertainment. If you need additional assistance don't hesitate to call us at 1-800-775-TOUR (8687), or use the form on our Contact Us page.
Geauga Lyric Theater Guild
October 17 - October 26
And Then There Were None
October 17-November 2
Written by Agatha Christie
Directed by Deborah Cluts
Middlefield Original Cheese Co-op
October 25 - October 25
Join Middlefield Original Cheese Co-op in celebrating 20 years of offering some of the best cheese in the area!!! At their Anniversary Fall Festival!
There will be homemade ice cream, kettle corn, peanut butter and additional venders. Authentic Amish Horse and buggy rides will be available. Also, take a minute and scope out the steam engine. And be sure to check out the tremendous savings in the store!!!
The Festivities take place
With the popularity Maple Max, Cat’s Eye Creations has begun a jewelry line featuring our Geauga County ambassador! Jewelry will be available throughout the summer at the Saturdays in the Country, and other craft shows. A portion of all sales will be donated to Geauga County Tourism. For more information or to order your own Maple Max pendant, earrings or key chain call 440-968-3593