By Becky Shields
Discover Kalamazoo Marketing & Communications Intern
Scotts, Mich. — There’s no better way to enjoy fall in Kalamazoo than at the Olde Tyme Harvest Festival at Scotts Mill County Park.
Fall always feels a little nostalgic to me, and that’s what this place is made of! Complete with an 1870s water wheel, there is nowhere else I’d rather sip a hot apple cider or pick out a pumpkin.
They have more to offer than just pumpkins though! Kids can enjoy activities just for them, while the adults watch blacksmithing and flour-making demonstrations. And, let’s face it, a hay ride is fun no matter how old you are.
Take this opportunity to unwind and slow everything down for a few hours and enjoy fall in Kalamazoo with your family and friends!
What: Olde Tyme Harvest Festival
When: Every year in early October
Where: Scotts Mill County Park, Scotts, MI
Cost: Adults $5; kids 12 and younger free