While the Chautauqua Region is one of the most beautiful areas of the country, fall in Chautauqua County is considered by many to be when the natural beauty is at its peak. Whether you enjoy leisurely taking in the scenery and community festivals, or visiting the dozens of local wineries or the brand new National Comedy Center Museum that opened this year, The Chautauqua Region has something for everyone!
The autumn scenery alone in the area is worth taking a trip! The fiery red and sunshine yellow landscape is breathtaking and makes for an amazing adventure for any and all outdoor enthusiasts. If you enjoy hiking, bike riding, mountain climbing, and taking in nature, Chautauqua is the ideal destination and Fairway Suites at Peek’ N Peak is the perfect home base for the Nature Lover’s getaway.
Fall also features the Fall Festival at the adjacent Peak N’ Peek, right here in Clymer, NY. With over 140 craft vendors & a farmers market along with activities like “Punkin Chunkin,” with the pumpkin cannon, children’s games, a petting zoo, pony rides, ski lift rides, classic car cruise-in, an annual snow sports equipment swap, and live entertainment for people of every age and visitors from all areas. The full “Fall Fest” schedule is available at: https://www.pknpk.com/activities/events/1626/
This region has been known for decades for one of its most popular destinations; Lake Erie Wine Country. Featuring over 25 wineries within a 50 mile radius of Fairway Suites at Peek’ N Peak. Whether you consider yourself a casual taster or a true, pallet tested wine connoisseur, Lake Erie Wine Country is a local treasure worth visiting time and again. From sweet to dry, and red to white, each winery specializes in various styles that run the gamut of all things wine and wine related. Our last blog post was all about the wineries and how to prepare for your visit! To see our full list of all 8 recommendations on how to prepare for your wine tour, visit the following to link: https://www.fairwaysuitespeak.com/blog/preparing-for-a-wine-tour.html