Peek n’ Peak Plans 30th Fall Fest

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Wednesday, October 11th, 2017 at 9:45 AM
Peek n’ Peak Plans 30th Fall Fest by Tracy Geibel

Saturday, Oct. 14

Though the leaves change every fall, one thing has remained constant for the past three decades. The Peek n’ Peak Resort in western New York has consistently held its annual Fall Fest, which features family-friendly fun for two weekends in October.

This season, the resort — known for its ski trails and recently added ziplines — won’t disappoint. The 30th annual Fall Fest kicks off Saturday, Oct. 14 and continues into Sunday, Oct. 15. But if one weekend isn’t enough, guests can return on Saturday, Oct. 21 and Sunday, Oct. 22 for even more autumn activities. Both weekends feature a magic show, a petting zoo and horse-drawn carriage rides. Plus, a craft show with more than 130 vendors and a SnowSports Equipment Swap will be set up all four days from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

The first weekend also includes shows, such as Jungle Terry’s Wildlife Adventure and Frisbee dog performances. That Saturday, the ANNA Shelter will bring several adoptable puppies to Peek n’ Peak to meet their potential owners. Sunday’s line-up includes the 20th annual Greg Neid Memorial Car Show, where a variety of hot rods, as well as antique and muscle cars will be on display from 1 to 4 p.m.

However, the area’s fall foliage will be on display for both weekends.

A complete list of activities can be found at www.pknpkfallfest.com. — Tracy Geibel

10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 14, Sunday, Oct. 15, Saturday, Oct. 21, & Sunday, Oct. 22 // Peek n’ Peak Resort, 1405 Olde Rd, Clymer, New York // free admission // pknpk.com

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