Is Franklin The Best Vacation For Me in October?
Vacations don’t just happen in the summer. In fact, some of the best travel deals happen in the fall! On top of cooler weather paving the way for those perfect fall outfits to come out of the closet, October also makes a great month to travel and see the gorgeous scenery around Franklin, Tennessee. (Travel & Leisure even says as much by mentioning our neighbor to the north).
One of the things we hear from visitors all the time about their trips to Franklin in the fall is just how picturesque the rolling hills are as they drive the Masters and Makers trail or explore the Natchez Trace and Leiper’s Fork. It’s certainly a sight to see if you’ve never experienced it for yourself.
The Huff Project – Songwriter Night Oct. 10
Do you love hearing the stories behind the songs you’ve grown to love and listen to on the radio? Then you’ll love this event! Click here to learn more and get your tickets.
Guided Hike Day Oct. 13
Speaking of those fall colors and gorgeous scenery, join the staff of Owl’s Hill on either a family or moderate hike through the trails of some of the most incredible views in Middle Tennessee. If you’re brave enough, they even offer a challenging hike!
Woofstock Oct. 13
Calling all furry friend lovers! Woofstock is slated to be a fun event for the whole family. Come dressed in your favorite doggie costume and you could win fun prizes too. Oh and did we mention the amazing Rae Lynn will be performing live too?
The Still House Sessions Oct 19
You’ll want to get your (VIP) tickets quickly for this event! Besides a private whiskey tasting, VIP tickets also get you a pre-show meet and greet with this month’s featured hit songwriter Anthony Smith. If you’ve never been to Leiper’s Fork Distillery then this event should definitely be on your list for October!
Pumpkinfest Oct 27
One of Franklin’s favorite fall celebrations returns bigger and better this year! Presented by the Heritage Foundation of Williamson County, the festival stretches along Main Street and its avenues and offers tons of festive fun for families. You’ll love the costumes, the small town fare, and the good ole southern hospitality!
Enchanted Forest Oct 27
Costumes, candy corn and Halloween have to be one of the best parts of October as well, right? Once again Owl’s Hill is hosting their Enchanted Forest event for families to come experience and meet new animal friends in a fun, educational and non-scary way. With several times throughout the day, bring the kids and have a blast with a hayride, face painting and more!