The region of Waterloo comes alive in Fall. From Canada’s largest Bavarian festival to spooky adventures to magical holiday sights and lights, you won’t find it difficult to fill your feed! Here’s our list of 6 Fall Fun Activities in the Waterloo Region.

Oktoberfest (October 11-19)
Experience the true spirit of Gemütlichkeit at Canada’s largest Bavarian festival, Kitchener-Waterloo Oktoberfest! Experience live oopah bands, Bavarian dancers and mouth-watering cuisine from October 11-19. Find out more about this traditional event in Waterloo Region: #ExploreWR

Bingemans Screampark (Weekends from September 27-October 27)
Canada’s scariest haunted attraction is located in the heart of Waterloo Region. A non-stop night of terror awaits you at Bingemans Screampark! Plan your spooky adventure this October: #ExploreWR

Fear Farm Canada (Weekends from September 27-November 2)
Experiencing the essence of fall is easy in Waterloo Region! At Snyder’s Family Farm, there are fun fall features during the day AND spooky attractions at night every weekend in October. Choose from several scary adventures and food that is to die for at Fear Farm Canada! Find out more: #ExploreWR

St. Jacobs Sparkles (November 14-17)
When you join in on St. Jacobs Sparkles, you’ll feel like you’re visiting extended family. Throughout the town, merchants roll out the welcome mat and offer once-a-year savings, festive goodies, and good old-fashioned cheer from November 14-17. Come and celebrate the holidays in Waterloo Region: #ExploreWR

Bingemans Gift of Lights (November 16-January 4)
Explore the dazzling sights and lights of the holiday season at the Gift of Lights at Bingemans! Enjoy the comfort (and warmth) of your own vehicle as you drive through an illuminated winter wonderland. Learn more: #ExploreWR

Christkindl Market (December 5-8)
Experience the best of German Christmas heritage at the Christkindl Market in Waterloo Region! From December 5th until the 8th, celebrate the holidays with handmade ornaments, delectable food, and traditional song and dance performances. Get more information: #ExploreWR

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