Clarion’s annual Autumn Leaf Festival draws hundreds of thousands of people each fall for food, fun, and festivities of all kinds.
Autumn signals the annual mating season for Pennsylvania’s wild elk, and it’s one of the most exciting times of the year to see these magnificent creatures in person.
In southern Clarion County, the small town of New Bethlehem comes alive each autumn for the Peanut Butter Festival, held this year September 14-16. Named for the town’s iconic Smucker’s peanut butter factory, this event features fun for the whole family and showcases much of what makes “Newbie” unique.
Cultivate a genuine connection with the earth at this herb farm just south of Cook Forest.
At Clarion University’s Peirce Planetarium, a monthly “Stars Over Clarion” program explores the history, science, and mythology of the cosmos, and the public is invited to join in.
The Pennsylvania Great Outdoors region has hundreds of miles of trails, country roads, and viewpoints to explore, many of which feature incredible views for autumn leaf peepers.