Top Things to Do this Fall in Bowling Green, Kentucky

Looking for Halloween fun?

On the hunt for some scenic foliage and cooler temps? 

Want to entertain the kids while out of school for Fall Break?

Motorsports junkie ready to show off what all this garage time has produced?

Halloween and horror movie fans tracing John Carpenter's roots

These are among the many reasons to visit BGKY in the fall. Add in these stellar events and you have one geared for fun getaway! Keep reading for the Best Fall Events in Bowling Green this year.

*Trick or treating in Bowling Green/Warren County TBD.


Jackson's Orchard Pumpkin Festivals
Every weekend through the end of October

This family favorite event is always at the top of our list! With Halloween approaching, the color is orange and the theme is family fun at Jackson's! That means Wagon Rides to the Pumpkin Patch, Pick-Your-Own Pumpkins and Apples, The Corn Maze, Petting Zoo, Pony Rides, Straw Castle, Face & Hair Painting, The Goat Ranch, and The Cider Slider children’s slide. Not to mention all the great food including Jackson's Orchard Hot Dog Cart! Did we mention Caramel Apples and Slushies? Visit the website here.

Unseen BG Haunted History Walking Tours
Select dates in September and October 

Bowling Green’s very own ghostly adventure highlighting our spooky past! This year's walking tour starts at Stadium Park Plaza and winds around historic downtown. You'll hear stories related to the infamous Murder Mansion as well as spooky stories of BG's downtown . Or book the adults-only tour highlighting stories about former madam and brothel owner, Pauline Tabor. This is a popular tour and tickets are limited. Visit the website here.

Skeleton's Lair Scream Park
Every Friday & Saturday evening through Halloween, as well as Sunday, Oct. 16, 23, & 30 and Monday, Halloween!

Visit award winning haunted scream park just 15 minutes from Bowling Green out on Cemetery Road! Brave over 10 acres of spooktacular, interactive scenes in the Haunted Woods with live actors guiding, or should we say, chasing you in the right direction. Other attractions include a haunted hayride, a two-story haunted house, and our 3-D haunted maze. Don't miss Tyler Mane, who played the official Michael Myers in Rob Zombie's Halloween (2007) weekend Oct. 20th & 21st.  Visit the website here.

Just Piddlin Farm Tours
Open daily from September 10 through November 1

This family-friendly farm is only open to the general public during the fall season, so you better believe they do it right! A huge corn maze, children's play area, corn box, and concessions are just the beginning. Add in a pumpkin patch, hayrides, fall decor for purchase, fresh baked goods, and you get the picture!  Visit the website here.

Scarecrow Trail at Lost River Cave
Available daily between October 1-22

This colorful and exciting fall event will bring enjoyment to your entire crew. Lost River Cave is home to Kentucky's only underground cave boat tour, but each fall, it becomes a festive outdoor oasis. Stretch your legs as you walk the Valley trails to see the homemade scarecrows on display decorated by area businesses, organizations and clubs. This is the annual fundraiser for the Friends of Lost River Cave, so be sure to stop by the gift shop and vote for your favorite ‘crow!  

Chaney's Dairy Barn Corn Maze
Available daily the entire month of October

Celebrating 20 years, check out the working dairy farm that takes family fun to the next level, especially during the fall season! Start with their awesome playground, jump to your heart's delight on the jumping pillow, take some festive photos, and then navigate their huge corn maze, complete with themed checkpoints. Finish off with a self-guided farm tour and homemade ice cream... Pumpkin, Cinnamon and Caramel Apple flavors anyone?!


Pumpkin Festival Sep 28


Pumpkin Festival

Pumpkin Festival Weekends! The month of October brings lots of excitement to the Orchard. With Halloween…