Peek 'n Peak Fall Fest
In addition to special events and free entertainment, Peek’n Peak Resort will offer Fall Fest guests the opportunity to shop more than 130 local craft vendors and an indoor farmers market. Vendors range from local painters and candle makers to professional photographers and local ironsmiths. The event will take place on Saturday, October 12, and Sunday, Oct. 13 and Saturday, Oct. 19 and Sunday, Oct. 20, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
 
 
 
Peek 'n Peak Fall Fest
 Peek’n Peak Resort’s signature autumn celebration, Fall Fest, returns Saturday, Oct. 12, and Sunday, Oct. 13, and Saturday, Oct. 19, and Sunday, Oct. 20.
With two activity-packed weekends, Peek’n Peak’s Fall Fest offers free family entertainment, a local craft vendor marketplace, children’s entertainment, live performances and more.
 The event runs from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day.
New to this year’s Fall Fest lineup will be an expanded Kids’ Zone at the resort’s Gazebo Grill. The new Kids’ Zone will feature horse-drawn carriage rides, free kids’ crafts, magic shows, juggling performances, balloon animals, wildlife shows, a rock wall, extreme air jumper, lawn bowling, pony rides, train rides and face painting.
Also new this year, Peek’n Peak has scheduled three unique car shows during the event. The Greg Neid Memorial Car Show will return on Sunday, Oct. 13. This classic car show is presented by the Southern Tier Classic Chevy Club. 
In addition, this year’s event will have two other car shows beginning on Oct. 19 with The New Motors Performance Car Meet Up and The Exotic Cars Show on Oct. 20.
On all four days of Fall Fest, guests will enjoy free activities and entertainment. Local musical groups will perform each day and include Two for The Show, Small Town Rollers, Doug Phillips Duo, and Katie & Jesse. 
The resort will also offer scenic chairlift rides, zip lines, mini golf, bicycling, an aerial adventure course, frisbee golf, a massive snowsport equipment swap and more. 
For a full entertainment schedule, visit pknpk.com/fall-fest.  
Following the Fall Fest event on Saturday, Oct. 12, and  Saturday, Oct. 19, guests can enjoy live music at the Bonfires & Brews Concert Series.
 Bonfires & Brews is an ongoing concert series at Peek’n Peak’s Gazebo Grill which features live music, craft beers, signature drink specials, an outdoor grill, s’mores station, and of course — a giant bonfire.
 On Saturday, Oct. 12, the event will feature Six Year Stretch and the Oct. 19 event will feature Key West Express.
Alongside the special events and free entertainment, guests will have the opportunity to shop more than 130 local craft vendors and an indoor farmers market. Vendors range from local painters and candle makers to professional photographers and local ironsmiths.
Those itching to bring out their skis and snowboards are being invited to join an annual PK2 Terrain Park Rail Jam on Saturday, Oct. 12, and Sunday, Oct. 20. Riders will be able to test their skills on a handful of terrain park elements while competing for a variety of prizes.
The Peek’n Peak Season Pass will also be available to purchase at the Sugar Shack.
“It’s time to celebrate fall and get ready for the ski season with Fall Fest,” said Nick Scott Jr., vice president of Scott Enterprises. “With activities ranging from the classic car show and frisbee dog show to the huge craft show and farmers’ market, Fall Fest is an exciting time for families, friends and groups to visit Peek’n Peak.”
For more information, including information on overnight packages and group condo rentals, visit l.pknpk.com or call 1-866-377-5874.

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