Fall Fun in New York’s Capital Region
There’s so much to do in each season, so we’ve rounded up a few of our fall favorites for you!
From September 9 through early November, you can pick apples and enjoy a wagon ride at Saratoga Apple. Located on Route 29, this scenic spot also has a quaint tasting room, boasting local brews and their own hard cider. Other fruits, veggies and a variety of treats are available in their market. Stop by today and check it out!
You’re in for a treat when you stop in to Saratoga Winery. Their flights are the perfect way to try just a little bit of everything. They have many wines to choose from and an incredible selection of food to go with your pairings. If you love live music, they gave a robust calendar of events here.
Saratoga Performing Arts Center (SPAC)
From classical music to food and wine festivals, SPAC has a wide variety of events for people of all ages and interests. This venue is nestled in a beautiful state park, just a few minutes from downtown Saratoga Springs.
Ballston Spa Farmer’s Market
Now through October 8th, you can shop local fare at this farmer’s market at Wiswall Park. Here, you’ll find everything from produce to poultry, with a wide range of meats, veggies, plants and baked goods. The market is open on Thursdays from 3pm-6pm and Saturdays from 9am-12pm.
Fall foliage on Peebles Island
Do you love to see the hues of fall? Look no further than Peebles Island. You’ll find the protected land where the Hudson and Mohawk rivers meet. It’s also a migration stop for several bird species!
See what our residents are up to to this fall! Click here for our event calendar.