Florida Fall Festivals – Wild & Wonderful

Florida Fall Festivals – Wild and Wonderful

 

It’s doubtful any other state has more festivals, events, fairs and shows than Florida. We have festivals for swamp cabbage, crabs, catfish, crawfish and Shakespeare. Florida festivals are as diverse as the population. The locations range from towns of a few hundred people to one of the biggest cities in the country. They stretch from the far reaches of the panhandle to the southernmost point in the Keys. That’s over 800 miles and 12 hours by land.

Here are a few of our upcoming favorite fall festivals.

Florida Scallops2022 Florida Scallop Festival, Port St. Joe, Florida September 3&4, 2022
Port St. Joe is one of the few deep water harbors in the panhandle.

Sing Out Loud Music FestivalWeekends in September, St. Augustine.

Pensacola Seafood Festival, September 24-26, 2022 Pensacola, Florida

Sandjam Music Festival, September 30 – October 2, 2022, Panama City Beach, Florida

Oktoberfest of the Palm BeachesOctober 7-9th – Lake Worth, Florida, plenty of bratwurst, beer and fun at this one!

Creekside Music & Arts Festival, October 8-9, 2022, Flagler Beach, Florida

Cedar Key Seafood Festival, October 15, Florida, Cedar Key, Florida
Good day trip in Florida. Try the aqua-cultured clams and oysters.

Clearwater Beach Chalk Art

Clearwater Chalk Art Festival, October 21-24, Clearwater Beach, Florida

Key West Fantasy Fest, October 21-30, Key West, Florida
This fest is not for the faint of heart, children or people who are uncomfortable with nudity.

Mount Dora Craft Fair, October 22 & 23, 2022, Mount Dora, Florida
We love Mt. Dora. Quaint downtown with unique shops.

Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, October 26-30, 2022, Fort Lauderdale
This is one of the largest boat shows in the world. Plenty of marine vendors.Backwaters Shrimp Boil

Micanopy Fall Festival, October 29-30, 2022, Micanopy, Florida
An old John Anderson song helped this town become famous. Antiques and native American history here.

Scott’s Maze Adventures, October – December  (Weekends), Long and Scott Farms, Mount Dora, Florida

McIntosh 1890s Festival, November 5, 2022, McIntosh, Florida
Step back in time at this town near Gainesville.

Great Gulfcoast Arts Festival, November 4,5,6, 2022, Pensacola

Florida Seafood Festival , November 5, 2022, Apalachicola, Florida
Another of our old Florida favorite cities. Known for oysters, but water problems have decimated their heritage.

Halifax Art Festival, November 5-6, 2022, Daytona Beach

Downtown Gainesville Festival & Art Show, November 19-20, 2022, Gainesville

Yankeetown Arts and Crafts and Seafood Festival, November 20-21, 2022, Yankeetown 
This is another Gulf coast town with a big fishing problem! Good fun.

Nights of Lights, November 19, 2022 – January 31, 2023, St. Augustine, Florida Holiday Lights in the Gardens, November – December, Florida Botanical Gardens, Largo, Florida Cocoa Beach Uncorked, December 3 – 4, 2022, Cocoa Beach, Florida

Fort Myers Beach Christmas Boat ParadeSaturday, December 3, 2022, Matanzas Harbor and the first two canals of Siesta Isles, Fort Myers, Florida Palm Beach Holiday Boat Parade, December 3, 2022, Intracoastal Waterway from North Palm Beach to the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse, Florida

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