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Top Fall Festivals in Flagler County

Pellicer Creek Raid - Civil War Re-Enactment

November 5-6

If you’re a history buff, this three-day event is a must-attend. Watch as more than 250 volunteers dressed as Civil War soldiers participate in the Pellicer Creek Raid Civil War Re-Enactment. The event starts with a parade of men marching to battle, representing both sides of the war. Guests are encouraged to bring lawn chairs to watch in comfort as the battle unfolds before their eyes. Afterwards, soldiers retreat to their military camps where visitors can walk among them, seeing what life looked like through the eyes of a soldier. History and food vendors will be scattered across the Florida Agriculture Museum field, providing lunch options with a side of Civil War history.

Creekside Festival

November 5-6

Join hundreds of others in celebrating northern Florida’s natural beauty at Creekside Festival this fall. Located at Princess Place Preserve, the event is packed with live bluegrass music and multiple activities. Various walking and kayaking tours will be hosted, as well as an arts and crafts show with over 100 vendors on display. Bring the kids for a designated kids zone with games and various activities. Additionally, the Home Builders Association's EXPO presents demonstrations of the newest home goods and products. It’s a daylong event, so settle in with your own lawn chairs and picnic blankets, and relax with family and friends to the sounds of live music.

Kix Country Fest

October 22-23

Celebrate your love of country music at Kix Country Fest. The popular radio station, Kix 98.7 FM will host a two-day event of music with Grammy award-winning country stars on stage, while guests enjoy burgers, seafood and barbecue. The family-friendly event offers a kids’ activity center for face painting, as well as a bounce house. The day will end with a fireworks show over the Flagler County Fairgrounds while Sawyer Brown performs top songs.

Florida’s Haunted Trails at the Florida Agriculture Museum

October  21, 22, 28, and 29

Show off your scariest costume at Florida’s Haunted Trails at the Florida Agriculture Museum. Take a scary wagon ride through the night woods, complete with a visit from the headless horseman, go through haunted houses and farms, see a magic show, play carnival games and listen to scary Halloween lore. Food and drink will be available for purchase and visitors are encouraged to wear their best costumes at what is considered the most popular Halloween event in northern Florida.

Spoonbill and Sprockets Cycling Tour

November 6

Spoonbill and Sprockets Cycling Tour is an ongoing tradition for both bike and nature enthusiasts. Along the A1A Byway, cyclists are invited to ride in groups, enjoying the local scenery at Gamble Rogers State Park, St. Augustine Pier, Marineland and Varn Park. Bikers have a choice of embarking on three routes; 100-mile, 72-mile and 36-mile. The ride will end with a celebratory barbecue and burgers along with beers provided by local sponsors. Whatever route you pick, you’ll get a glimpse of true Floridian beauty and wildlife along the way.

SPARTAN Race

December 10

Test your strength and endurance at the Reebok SPARTAN Race at Florida Cracker Ranch in Bunnell. Hundreds of strong participants will show off their perseverance by going on an 80-minute exercise routine of up to 29 obstacles, and running for eight to ten miles. Spectators will cheer on participants as they tackle obstacles, like rope climbing and jumping over fences. Children of all ages are invited to join in on the fun and participate in the Kids Race with similar but less challenging obstacles and a trek up to one mile. Winners will receive medals and a bag of complimentary prizes (bragging rights included).