Now that fall is here, it’s time to plan your trip to Milford, Pennsylvania. We’ve bragged about this beautiful and convenient getaway before, but now is the ideal time to relish in all Milford has to offer. Located in the Poconos Mountains, Milford boasts of small-town charm and gorgeous scenery — especially with its fall foliage. Keep reading to learn more about Milford, Pennsylvania and its surrounding cities and fun list of fall-themed activities to take advantage of this season.
Fall Events in Milford
Throughout the season of autumn, Milford is bursting with events ranging from foliage hikes to Halloween-themed bar nights. We’ve collected some of the most exciting fall-themed activities to do during your next visit below:
Nightmare on Broad Street — Throughout October
Throughout the month of October, Milford features its annual Halloween Bar downtown on Broad Street. The bar features weekly best costume prices, signature cocktails, glow-in-the-dark cups, a spooky ambiance, and plenty of “boo!”ze.
Forest Hall Studios — Now through November 26th
Hosted by Milford Hospitality Group, historic venue Forest Hall Studios is showcasing its newest art exhibits, “Wildlife” and “Allula.” Both displays will be open to the public until the end of November.
National Apple Day Celebration at Apple Valley Village — October 21st
Apple Valley Village is a family-friendly destination in Milford Pennsylvania, featuring seven boutique shops and a gorgeous pond. Just minutes from the Grey Towers historic landmark, Apple Valley will be hosting a National Apple Day celebration on October 21st, which will feature a pop-up vendor market, apple chucking contest, bobbing for apples, and an apple pie bake-off.
Autumn Foliage Hike — October 21st
Join Milford Hospitality Group for a guided hike on behalf of Tom Quick Inn on October 21st. The hike will be of “The Knob” which is an intermediate hike that has a summit 665 feet above the town of Milford, featuring a beautiful vista of the tristate area. Trail Guide Jenna takes you through lush forests, rocky terrain, and steep inclines. To reserve your spot for the hike, call any of Milford Hospitality Group’s hotels (Tom Quick Inn, Hotel Fauchere, or La Posada).
Autumn in Milford, PA
When the leaves turn vibrant and the weather cools, we love escaping to the quaint town of Milford. Not only does it provide an abundance of nature, but it also features a bustling downtown with autumn-themed events and experiences.
“Autumn in Milford is a stunning time of year,” said Steven. “When the chill is in the air, it is a great time to start to smell the pine. The leaves begin to turn and the foliage is second to none.”
Whether you’re looking for outdoor activities, exciting fall events, or extensive fine dining, Milford is a great place to visit during this — and really any — time of year.
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Places to Stay in Milford
There are a handful of iconic places to stay for your next fall trip to Milford. Some of the most popular boutique hotels in Pennsylvania are right on its main street, all of which have been restored to their original glory and are filled with charm and intricate details.
La Posada | 210 2nd Street, Milford, PA
This newer boutique hotel is a fan favorite, and its restaurant boasts authentic Yucatán Mexican decor and 19th-century architecture, which is true to the Milford Hospitality Group’s roots. The newly renovated rooms are beautiful including riverview rooms along the banks of the Delaware River. Plus, the hotel is pet-friendly so you can bring your furry ones for your fall getaway.
Tom Quick Inn | 411 Broad Street, Milford, PA
This historic spot is a warm and inviting hotel — reminiscent of what you’d expect in the Pocono Mountains. The building is nearly 140 years old and is a local landmark in Milford. This longtime favorite spot features a beautiful restaurant and banquet space, as well as newly renovated, pet-friendly rooms for your stay. You can also eat in its dining area or enjoy a night at the Varsity Room, which is a speakeasy-style bar filled with history — featuring hundreds, if not thousands, of names etched onto the walls by customers as well as vintage, handmade pennants from colleges and universities.
Hotel Fauchere | 401 Broad Street, Milford, PA
Hotel Fauchere was founded by Louis Fauchere, the executive chef of Delmonico’s in the early 1800s. This hotel caters to the upscale, luxury hotel crowd and has a long-standing history of fine dining. Its speakeasy-style restaurant, Bar Louis is a stylish and modern atmosphere, adorned with black and white photos of iconic figures and celebs, ideal for cocktails and bites.
All About Milford Hospitality Group
Providing dining experiences and luxury accommodations in the Pocono Mountains, Milford Hospitality Group boasts various hotels and inns, dining options, and event spaces.
“Milford is located on the banks of the Delaware River and borders the Delaware Water Gap Recreation Area,” said Steven Rosado of Milford Hospitality. “It has incredible historic significance in conservation movements and national parks.”
Milford Hospitality Group preserves the town’s history, culture, and landmarks. Visitors can choose from various hotel special packages (such as romantic getaways and exclusive deals) and outdoor activities like mountain biking, hiking, and forest bathing. Plan your trip to Milford just in time for the above activities and autumn foliage.
Milford Hospitality Group is located at 401 Broad Street in Milford, PA. Click here for a list of all the upcoming fall events. For client inquiries or bigger group getaways, email email@example.com, and for reservations, email HFreservations@milfordhospitalitygroup.com.