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Boise is Dreaming of Fall

Sample the Idaho Wine Harvest

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Autumn in Boise marks a canopy of fall foliage and harvest season, including wine grapes, apples, pumpkins and so much more. Winegrowers shift into overdrive come late September for the annual crush with many wineries hosting special harvest events, tastings and tours. Hit the Sunnyslope Wine Trail or the Boise Urban Wine Trail to sip new releases and view vineyards in their purple and gold glory. Amp up the fun by joining the Idaho Wine Commission’s Sip Local Bingo challenge. Get your bingo card at a local business, or at Visit Boise’s Visitor Information Center located within the Boise Metro Chamber of Commerce. Then head out to participating wineries before September 30 for a chance to win prizes. See a full list of winery tours here.

2022’s Farmstead Corn Maze and Pumpkin Festival are LEGENDARY

Lowe Family Farmstead is one of Idaho’s most popular fall destinations. Their location in Kuna, just southwest of Boise, offers plenty of farm-tastic fun for the whole family. Pick pumpkins at their patch, take an authentic tractor-drawn hayride, wander through their beautiful U-Pick flower field, enjoy some farm-fresh food, and of course, get lost in Idaho’s Original Corn Maze. This year’s maze theme, inspired by Idaho’s sunny skies, high mountain lakes and fantastic backcountry, is nothing short of LEGENDARY. 

In addition to the activities listed above, guests can also enjoy: 

  • Corn Poppers
  • Candy Cannon
  • Feed Mill Ropes Course
  • Zip Line
  • Corn Boxes
  • Potato Sack Slide
  • Apple Blasters
  • Pig Races
  • Grain Train
  • Pony Rides
  • Farmyard Animals

The Farmstead Corn Maze and Pumpkin Festival runs from Sept. 9 – Oct. 29.

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