Fall in love with St. Charles

Even though fall marks the end of summer, St. Charles still blossoms. With beautiful colors and several autumn-themed events, everyone is sure to have a wonderful time. The parks and river light up with burning red and orange leaves. You can stay during Jazz Weekend and sip on local ciders at the Cider Stroll or visit during the renowned Scarecrow Festival in October to see 80+ scarecrows and enjoy endless family-friendly activities. 

Make sure to make a trip to Primrose Farm for Hayrides, farm animal visits, and other fall fun activities. Or stop by all of the breweries and wine shops to enjoy fall craft beers on tap, cider, and mulled wine!



Cruise around Primrose Farm at the height of the fall harvest on a 30-minute tractor-drawn wagon ride. Group tickets include all the fixings to make yummy s’mores over your own private fire.

Primrose Farm Hayrides

Find Fall Colors

St. Charles is home to over 60 parks! Some local favorites to visit in the fall are Delnor Woods, Pottawatomie Park, and Mount Saint Mary Park. All three have beautiful foliage and great walking areas. 

Gallery of Ghoulish Homes Tour

Pack up the family for an evening out! Drive-by several of the spookiest homes in the Fox Valley area, and admire the ghoulish yard displays of St. Charles’ finest home haunters.

Try Ciders

Broken Brix is a winery and cidery who make everything in house and with local products! Their wide variety of flavors pair perfectly with all of your favorite fall flavors...even Halloween candy!

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Live Music

Businesses all around St. Charles host a wide variety of performers. Check out our Weekly Live Music page to see who is performing each week!