Upstate New York’s Capital-Saratoga Tourism Region Offers Fall Getaways, Harvest Events, and Scenic Fall Foliage This Season

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The Capital-Saratoga Tourism Region, located in Upstate New York, offers visitors fun fall events, local foods, agritourism attractions and scenic locations to enjoy fall foliage this season.

Covered Bridge In The Capital-Saratoga Region.  Credit:  Sara Kelly

Eagleville Covered Bridge In The Capital-Saratoga Region. Credit: Sara Kelly

The Capital-Saratoga Tourism Region, located in Upstate New York, offers visitors fun fall events, local foods, agritourism attractions and scenic locations to enjoy fall foliage this season.

The Capital-Saratoga Region has many fun fall events including:

  •     Capital Region Apple and Wine Festival on September 15 in Albany County
  •     235th Anniversary of the Battle of Saratoga at Saratoga National Historical Park on September 15 in Saratoga County
  •     Crailo State Historic Site Harvest Fair on September 15 in Rensselaer County
  •     Eagle Mills Art and Craft Shows on September 15, 16, 22 and 23 in Fulton County
  •     Southern Adirondack Fiber Festival on September 22 and 23 in Washington County
  •     Northeast Fine Craft Festival on October 20 and 21 in Schenectady County

For a listing of the many additional fall events offered in the region, visit http://www.capital-saratoga.com/top-events.

The area is full of local food and agritourism opportunities. From u-pick apple orchards and pumpkin farms to roadside farm stands, you’re sure to find something delicious during harvest time in the Capital-Saratoga Region. For more information on the many agri-tourism and u-pick options in the region, visit http://www.capital-saratoga.com/things-to-do/agritourism/

Visitors can also enjoy the fall colors at a wide range of outdoor locations, including the 44 lakes of Fulton County, the Southern Adirondacks, along the shorelines of the Champlain Canal, Hudson River and Mohawk River, and thousands of acres of State and National Park lands that are located throughout in the region. Scenic driving and bike routes are also plentiful as are hiking opportunities. Visitors can learn more about these outdoor opportunities at http://www.capital-saratoga.com/things-to-do.

For more information on these fall getaway opportunities, visit http://www.capital-saratoga.com/things-to-do/fall/.

About The Capital-Saratoga Tourism Region
New York’s Capital-Saratoga Region is made up of Albany, Fulton, Rensselaer, Schenectady, Saratoga and Washington Counties. With museums, wineries, performing arts venues, thoroughbred racing, hiking, fishing, farmers’ markets, art galleries, festivals and more the Capital-Saratoga Region offers much for travelers to see and experience. http://www.capital-saratoga.com

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