7 of the Best Fall Festivals That You Should Attend In Idaho
Fall in Idaho is beautiful as the transformation of the landscape as the summer warmth gives way to cooler temperatures. One of the highlights of fall in Idaho is the vibrant display of fall foliage. Trees like aspens, maples, and cottonwoods turn various shades of red, orange, and yellow. Fall is harvest season in Idaho, with farmers gathering crops such as potatoes, wheat, barley, sugar beets, and apples.
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Fall brings a cozy atmosphere as people wrap themselves in warm sweaters and enjoy pumpkin spice lattes and hot apple ciders. It also means a time for fun traditional activities like apple picking, pumpkin carving, hayrides, and corn mazes.
Then, the fall festivals and events occur throughout the state, including Oktoberfest celebrations, apple festivals, Spud Day, the Trailing of the Sheep Festival, and more.
We need to mention Spud Days because it's currently going on in Shelly, Idaho. It started September 7th and continues through September 16th. September 15th is the Tator Trot and street festival. Saturday, September 16th, there's a full day of fun for the entire family, including the parade that starts at 10 a.m., along with the Spud Day car show. Don't forget about the French fry eating contest at 12:30, just in time for lunch.
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