Crisp autumn days lead to an array of beautiful fall colors. Make memories as you see the fall color, enjoy the festivities, and discover the quaint communities of West Michigan’s Coldwater Country.
Take in the changing color from the water. Home to more than 100 freshwater lakes, including two chains of lakes, Coldwater Country is a haven for water recreation. Rent a kayak, or pontoon, and spend the day on the water. Anglers will find many hot spots for reeling in the catch of the day.
You’ll find fall festivals of fun, music and more in Coldwater throughout the year, including:
AppleFest – September 21, 2019
If you like apples…or even if you don’t, you’ll love the AppleFest. Apples, baked goods, cider, crafts and a kid’s area…you’re bound to enjoy the event, the people watching and the fabulous historic downtown shops and restaurants.
Pints in the Park – September 28, 2019
Is there a better way to spend a crisp fall afternoon and evening than at a Michigan craft beer, wine and music festival? Pints in the Park brings entertainment to the stage, a large variety of craft beer for sampling, Michigan-made wines for tasting, and a nice evening out for adults!
Pumpkin Train – October 6, 13, 20, 27
All Aboard the Little River Railroad for the annual Pumpkin Train! Saturdays through October, 11 am and 2 pm trains. Take in the sights and sounds while relaxing during the train ride to nearby Quincy where train passengers can purchase a pumpkin from the local pumpkin patch.
Halloween at the Capri Drive-In – October 19, 2019
Don your best costume and head to the Capri Drive-In for a double feature. Enjoy a special low admission price to the movies! Costume contests, with prizes, for both kids and adults.
The fun continues into the holidays and winter months with Quincy Lights (December), Ice Festival (January), Quincy Chain of Lakes Tip-Up Festival (February), and Free Fishing Weekend (February). Check out ColdwaterCountry.com for additional information on the exciting events taking place all year round in Coldwater Country.