Celebrate Fall With Marionville’s Applefest

applefestApples are a welcome fruit during the fall season whether they’re sliced and baked into ooey, gooey cinnamon goodness, warm and simmered with spices in a cider or coated in sweet caramel and nuts on a stick.

At the Marionville Applefest, September 19-21, you can enjoy the best of apples and autumn with a variety of fun events and activities for all ages.

Festival-goers will enjoy an Applefest Beauty Pageant, live music, a carnival with pony rides and other exciting attractions, the Applefest parade, an apple pie eating contest and a community church service on Sunday morning.

The Marionville Applefest will also feature arts and craft vendors alongside delicious fall snacks and beverages.

Just a short drive northwest of Branson, Marionville’s Applefest makes for the perfect day trip this fall.

For more information, visit https://www.facebook.com/MarionvilleAppleFest.

4 thoughts on “Celebrate Fall With Marionville’s Applefest”

  1. I LIKE APPLES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I also suggest “Applebutter Makin Days” in Mt. Vernon too, I have been to both and they are amazing, I do “Applebutter Makin Days” every year

    1. You’re right, Apple Butter Makin’ Days is amazing! You’ll have to check the blog again in a few hours because I’ve got a blog all about it going live at 3 p.m. 😀

  2. I also have attended Apple Butter Making Days, I was 9 Month pregnant at the time, but I really enjoyed going I would probably love it even more so this year!!! My son would also love it 🙂 !!!!

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