Fall is the season to be in Saratoga Springs. Crisp, cool air with the leaves slowly changing around the town; the beauty only begins there. Saratoga comes alive in the fall. There are innumerable forests to walk and foods to eat, mountains to climb and views that would take your breath away.
Go to Saratoga Apple and harvest some sweet, crunchy apples – or if visitors aren't up for the walk, they can stay warm with some hot apple cider and even better apple cider doughnuts.
Hike in Saratoga Spa State park and explore the numerous trails. Walk through arches of vivid colors and steep in the beautiful and remarkable surroundings. Or visitors can just take a stroll around town and let their gaze wander to the historical homes and architecture throughout. Saratoga Springs is full of history!
Saratoga makes rainy days entertaining! Explore some of the many museums including the National Museum of Dance. Or even head to a local bakery or cafe. Sit down to a book and a pastry at Mrs. London's or a sandwich and good company at Putnam Market.
Come around Halloween and visitors are in for a treat. The Saratoga Fall Festival is a weekend of family, fun, and food. Everything from magic shows and pony rides to cupcake decorating and spooky trolley rides, the weekend culminating with the long standing costume parade.
For the first time this fall Saratoga will be holding the OktoBEERfest, an afternoon to celebrate good beer, good music, and good food. Many of the regional breweries will be presenting a sampling of seasonal craft beers. Throughout the afternoon there will be live music, games, contests and fun for the entire family.
Whatever a visitors taste, Saratoga in the fall has something for everyone to enjoy, so come find out what it is!
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