Beautiful Crawford County Is the Perfect Backdrop for Your Fall Adventure.
Take in Crawford County’s rich culture by catching some live theatre shows, taking one of several museum tours, exploring the region’s pumpkin patches and farmer’s markets, visiting delicious restaurants, taking wine tasting tours, and enjoying family-friendly activities all season long. Hunt for antique treasures and shop boutiques for local artisan wares, or sample some of the best local restaurants in the region!
Enjoy farm-fresh meat and seasonal beer pairings at TimberCreek Tap & Table, gastropub favorites at VooDoo Brewery, fresh pumpkin and pecan pies at Twin Pies, or grab a coffee on-the-go at Vacavi Cafe by the water. Shop in any one of several vibrant downtown areas for local boutiques and antique shops full of treasures.
Dive into Crawford County’s exciting fall events with everyone’s favorite Pumpkin Fest, take spooky trip to Ghost Lake at Conneaut Lake Park, hop on a fall foliage-viewing ride at the Oil Creek & Titusville Railroad or take a self-guided walking tour through the Greendale Cemetery to see the changing leaves. Stay and enjoy a relaxing and enriched weekend at a local inn or bed & breakfast.
Fall 2021 Outdoor and Nature Adventures
Northern Pennsylvania’s landscape in the Summer is breathtaking with Fall foliage. There is no shortage of opportunities to explore and reconnect with nature in Crawford County during this colorful and crisp season. Whether you want to unwind on a peaceful walk, or get your heart rate up with a more challenging activity, we have options. Crawford County boasts nearly 25,000 acres of park land, 17,000 acres of boatable waters and 46 miles of trails to explore during any season.
Conneaut Lake, the largest natural lake in Pennsylvania, is great to take in the crisp air during a peaceful sailing or boating excursion without the bustle of Lake Erie. While you’re checking out Pennsylvania’s largest man-made body of water, Pymatuning Lake, don’t forget to enjoy the changing leaves on a stroll on the Linesville Spillway.