10 Fall Things to Do in Pulaski County

September 10, 2021

Explore the Draper Mountain Overlook

Draper Mountain Overlook is a scenic view of Draper Valley and the Town of Pulaski with easy-access parking and trails! A must-do to take in the fall foliage. 

Celebrate the Wine Harvest

Pulaski County is home to four wineries, and fall is the perfect time to visit them all! 

Check out the NRV Sheep & Goat Club Festival

Petting zoo, crafts, livestock, and all things Sheep & Goat. September 25 9-4 p.m. at the Draper Village Farm! Event link 

Hike, bike, or ride New River Trail State Park

57-miles of scenic gently-sloped trail that follows an abandoned railroad! Travel across the new river on the popular Hiwassee bridge surrounded by the colors of fall. 

Savor fall dining and coffee drinks at Thee Draper Village

Homemade soups, grilled cheeses, sandwiches, pumpkin flavored coffee and more all at the Village Coffee Shoppe and Restaurant

Camp at Gatewood Park & Reservoir

Sleep in the cool, crisp air surrounded by fallen leaves! Cabins, RV hook-ups, and campsite rentals available during the fall season.  

Experience the Newbern Fall Festival 

Food, arts and crafts, fire trucks, live music and friends! Oct. 9-10. Event link

Shop at The Marketplace

Pulaski’s Farmer’s Market every Tuesday 4-7 p.m. at the historic Pulaski Train Station. Local vendors, fresh produce, and live music. 

Spend a day on the water

Take in the fall foliage from the water on Claytor Lake. Boat, kayak, and paddleboard rentals available from Mountain 2 Island

Visit Pulaski County’s Jack-O’-Lantern Spectacular

Third annual trick-or-treat trail at Randolph Park! Oct. 30 4-7:30 p.m. Event link

Written by Shelby Vandergriff