1. Become a blueberry at the Marshall County Blueberry Festival.
In early September in Plymouth, Indiana, the Marshall County Blueberry Festival is a chance to partake in all of your favorite festivities such as horseback riding, pancake eating, and pumpkin carving. And obviously there are tons of blueberries!!
3. Be afraid of the dark at the Headless Horseman in New York.
Consistently voted one of the best haunted houses in America, Headless Horseman Hayrides & Haunted Houses is a MUST for any true horror enthusiast. There are several haunted houses to walk through, such as “Glutton’s Slaughterhouse” and “The Root Cellar,” in addition to a mile-long hayride that’ll make you scream.
6. Go flying at the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta.
Perhaps one of the most beautiful festivals in America, the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta is all about beautiful balloons and gorgeous pictures—and also conquering your fear of heights.
9. Put apples on your head at Stribling Orchard.
Come here for the apples, stay for the scenery! Stribling Orchard in Markham, Virginia has got it all: mountain views, little wood cottages, big oak trees, and APPLES! Word on the street is that Stribling has some delicious freshly baked pies too. :D