The Humansville Fall Festival takes over the streets of Humansville, Missouri, just North of Branson, for three days at the end of summer. Dubbed the” Hometown Harvest Festival" this event celebrates the end of summer and the beginning of the beautiful fall season. Humansville has been hosting the fall festival for many years and each year it gets bigger and better.
The first day of the festival usually begins on a Friday with a carnival-like atmosphere with games, rides, and live music. On Saturday, there is a parade through the streets of Humansville that ends at the fall festival site, where numerous booths containing food vendors and craftsman selling their handmade items are set up. There are also artisans giving demonstrations of their craft at the festival, and visitors can have the chance to take home a one-of-a-kind creation as a souvenir.
There are plenty of other activities to enjoy while visiting Humansville such as hiking trails, pumpkin picking farms, apple picking, and so much more. Humansville is also close to Branson, which is home to many shows and other entertainment.
This fall festival is a great way to say good bye to the summer months and get ready for the autumn months that are ahead.