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  • 46°
  • Heber Valley, Utah
  • Friday, June 02, 2023
  • 05:08 AM
Cloudy 46°
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Fall Festivities in Heber Valley

The leaves will be turning soon and with it, the cooler fall temps. As we watch for the vibrant colors of red, burnt orange, and golden yellow and the change of the season creeps over the valley, September and October are a lovely time to visit this mountain town. Read on to learn of all the family-friendly, fun festivities happening in Heber this fall.


Scenic Drives

Take a meandering drive through the beautiful mountains that surround the valley. Here are a few suggestions that are open seasonally (spring through fall) but are at their best during autumn.


Family-Friendly Activities

Pumpkin patches, hay mazes, corn mazes, and a scarecrow festival are just some of the fun festivities offered this time of the year.

Pumpkin Patches & Hay Mazes:    
Heber Valley Artisan Cheese holds its annual pumpkin patch and hay maze, along with its regular daily farm tours and retail storefront that sells locally made cheeses, cheese curds, and ice cream. This is a “fun for all ages” activity that everyone can enjoy.

Additional “you pick” pumpkin patches are located throughout the valley in Heber, Midway, Charleston, Daniel, and surrounding neighborhoods.

Spooky Train Rides:  
Heber Valley Railroad runs two seasonally themed trains in the fall. Come ride along on the Pumpkin Train or the Halloween Train and make some fun memories with the train staff. This year’s Pumpkin Train is a 40-minute ride complete with costumed characters, a pumpkin cookie for each guest, and a pumpkin you can pick from the pumpkin patch to take home. This fun train runs every Saturday from October 8th through October 29th. The Halloween Train features the infamous Hocus Pocus Sanderson Sisters on a 90-minute spooky train ride complete with additional costumed characters like roaming zombies and witches. This train runs every Monday and Thursday night in October, starting October 3rd. Come dressed in your favorite costume for this fun train ride experience. 


Events & Festivals

Heber Valley Western Music & Cowboy Poetry: Hitch up your skirt, pull on your boots, dust off your hat, and join us for this annual celebration of Western music, cowboy tales, fine poetry, and the Mountain Man Rendezvous Camp. All festivities happening from October 12th through the 16th this year, including big-name artists like Sawyer Brown, Ned LeDoux, Ben Haggard, Andy Nelson, and Jeff Carson - just to name a few. You don’t want to miss this fun multi-day event with world-class entertainment.

Fall Draft Horse Show: If horses get you excited, then you need to be at the annual Fall Draft Horse Round Up event. The event runs Thursday through Saturday, from September 29th through October 1st.

Heber Main Street Trick-or-Treat: Join the fun along Heber Main Street on Friday, October 28th from 4:00 to 8:00 pm for lots of treats at the local stores. Trick-or-treat from the south end of Heber City Park along Heber Main Street all the way to the Heber City Tabernacle from 4:00 to 6:00 pm. Then enjoy the carnival with food trucks, donuts, and cider at the Tabernacle from 5:00 to 8:00 pm. Costume parade will start at 6:00 pm followed by a glow stick dance party at 7:00 pm. Don your favorite costume and join the community party hosted by CAMS (the Community Alliance for Main Street)!


Previous Blog Posts:    
Reunions & Special Events in Heber Valley    
Things to Do Indoors in Heber Valley



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