Ticonderoga Region Autumn Events Happening This Weekend!

Ticonderoga Region Autumn Events Happening This Weekend!

Looking for something great to do on a beautiful Fall weekend? Look no further! Here are a few Ticonderoga region Autumn events happening in Ticonderoga, Putnam, Warrensburg, Lake Luzerne and North Creek!


360mazeFort Ticonderoga Corn Maze – Ticonderoga

The perfect Autumn event! Explore this amazing six-acre corn maze designed especially for Fort Ticonderoga.  Visitors will find clues connected to our story as they find their way through the maze.

More>> Fort Ticonderoga Heroic Maze: A Corn Maze Adventure!




ti360-fortHeritage, Harvest & Horse Festival – Ticonderoga

Horse demonstrations, family sack races, a corn maze  and a tour of historic gardens are just a few of the events that make this a tremendous Fall Festival experience! Visit their website for a full day event schedule.

More>> Heritage, Harvest & Horse Festival




B360billyilly Bob’s Orchard Apple Fest – Putnam

Bring the family to Billy Bob’s for a fun filled weekend of apple picking, hay rides and pumpkin picking! Fresh cider and other refreshments available. Homemade jams,jellies, and local maple syrup and honey also available.

More>> Billy Bob’s Orchard Apple Fest




360garageWorld’s Largest Garage Sale – Warrensburg

The World’s Largest Garage Sale is a “Flea Market – Craft Fair – Food Fest – Bargain Hunter’s Dream”.  This is a perfect weekend for bargain hunting! It can be a challenge and tons of fun to get into the heart of Warrensburg! Find tips for driving on their website and join the fun!

More>> World’s Largest Garage Sale




 360goreLeaf Cruncher 5K at Gore Mountain – North Creek

Check out this fun and family-oriented 5K which includes a scenic ride aboard the Northwoods Gondola to every runner. Open to runners of all ages, walkers are welcome to join us too!

More>> Leaf Cruncher Run at Gore Mt.




360bladesIntroduction to Bladesmithing – Lake Luzerne

Students can expect to forge and finish one 4-6″ blade antler handled hunting knife. Topics covered will be working with high carbon steels, knife design, forging a blade to shape, grinding, finishing, heat treating, fitting a guard and attaching a handle. This class is intended as an introductory bladesmithing class but some forging experience is helpful. NOTE: Hard shoes and long pants are required for student’s safety.

More>> Introduction to Bladesmithing



360bassMass Bass Federation

Mass Bass Tournament at the Ticonderoga Boat Launch on Lake Champlain.


More>> Mass Bass Federation

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