25+ Things to do this Fall around Oldham County
Fall officially begins on Tuesday, September 22, 2020! We look forward to the change of season. The cooler weather, fall food, celebrations and traditions remind us that change always comes and we should embrace and find joy in it.
You might be a little discouraged by canceled Fall Festivals and Trick or Treat events, but don’t be down, there’s still plenty to explore and try. Here are a few ideas for you and your family to enjoy Fall in Oldham County.
Plan an evening date night to the Art Walk at Hermitage Farm.
Take a weekday hike at Foxhollow Farm.
Grab a Pumpkin Spice Latte at LaGrange Coffee Roasters.
Get a pottery kit to go from Fire It Up.
Take family fall photos at Maples Park.
Hear a ghost story in Downtown LaGrange.
Visit the LaGrange Farmers’ Market & Artisans.
Take your pup to Paws in the Park.
Sign up for the Spooktacular 5K with Oldham County Parks & Rec.
Pick up a free tree in Pewee Valley on October 3rd 10am-11am.
Play disc golf at Wendell Moore Park.
Get a jump on holiday shopping in Downtown LaGrange.
Grab a good book from the Oldham County Public Library and read at a park.
Register for the Halloween Clay Workshop at the Oldham County Schools Arts Center.
Check out the fun hiking trail at the Oldham County YMCA.
Pick up a loaf of pumpkin bread at Q & A Sweet Treats.
Take a candlelight cemetery tour with the Oldham County Historical Society.
Visit the North Village Farmers Market on a Sunday at Norton Commons.
Attend the Kentucky Classic at Hermitage Farm.
Check out the colorful trains at the LaGrange Railroad Museum.
Have dinner at the newest restaurant in Oldham County, Crestwood Bistro (set to open at the end of October).
Enjoy a classic movie at the Sauerbeck Family Drive-in.
Support a local sports team.
Catch the fall colors along the Ohio River in Westport.
Visit the fairy garden at Yew Dell Botanical Gardens before they fly away for the season.
Play at the new Forest Friends Playground at Creasey Mahan Nature Preserve.
Attend the Faul Family Riverside Farm Fall Festival.
Take a tour at Hermitage Farm.
Join in on the paint night fun at The Little Kentucky River Winery.
Fish at Wendell Moore Park or Norton Commons.
Pick out the perfect pumpkin.
Wake up early and enjoy a yummy breakfast at Wilder’s Cafe.
Drive out to Pharm Roadside at Bray’s
Take a break from cooking and grab food from a Food Truck.
Check out the art at Gallery 104.
Camp at Lake Jericho.
Kayak at Harrods Creek.
Take a bike ride at Wendell Moore Park.
Enjoy the cooler temps and dine outside.