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10 Best Fall Photo Ops in Lake County

The phrase, “take a picture it’ll last longer,” takes new meaning when you snap your fall photo ops in Lake County. When the leaves change yellow and orange, it is the viewing party of a lifetime traveling on the best fall hike and bike trails in Lake County. We all can’t get out to New […]

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Where Can You Find A Pumpkin in Lake County?

Just fall things A post shared by Liz Camarda (@liz_camarda) on Sep 13, 2017 at 5:20pm PDT “Have you come to sing pumpkin carols?” – Linus from the Peanuts. Fall is just a week away, and that’s when people go pumpkin crazy. Pumpkin picking might be one of the most popular activities of the season. […]

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Things To Do This Weekend September 21-23

The leaves are falling, the colors are changing and that could only mean one thing; autumn has arrived! 🍂 Many of the top things to do this weekend September 21-23 celebrate the changing of the seasons with festivals, food, fun and more. In fact, we’ve compiled a comprehensive list of Fall Festivals in Lake County using […]

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Fall Festivals in Lake County 2018

One of the best things about the summer farewell is fall festivals in Lake County. Pumpkin spice anyone? Embark on the scenic vibrancy of autumn’s glows first hand while heading to an Oktoberfest, getting the living daylights scared out of you, picking out enormous orange fruits or just getting lost in a maze of maize. […]

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Things To Do This Weekend September 14-16

It’s beginning to feel like autumn here in Lake County and we’re feeling a little like this 👇.   The top things to do this weekend September 14-16 are frightening, funny and festive. For all other events and activities happening this weekend, continue here. The month is nearly half over but the fun isn’t ending […]

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Lake County’s Top 10 Things To Do in September

“But now in September the garden has cooled, and with it my possessiveness. The sun warms my back instead of beating on my head … The harvest has dwindled, and I have grown apart from the intense midsummer relationship that brought it on.” – said author Robert Finch. Fall doesn’t technically start until September 22, but […]

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