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Fall Foliage Festival is one of the main annual events in Canadian, TX, a city named after the nearby Canadian River. Called the oasis of the High Plains, Canadian is known for its beautiful outdoors and nature-based activities. Every October, Canadian Fall Foliage Festival celebrates the beautiful leaves and harvest season in North Texas.
Held since 1957, Canadian Fall Foliage Festival draws people from all over the state. Visitors are attracted by the vibrant foliage displays and various family-friendly activities. An arts and crafts fair, helicopter rides, museum exhibits, hay rides, food trucks, and a pumpkin patch are among the festival's main attractions. Special events during the festive weekend also include Citadelle Art Foundation Tour, Special Exhibits at Lake Marvin, and the musical Comedy Forever Plaid.
In addition to fun activities downtown, visitors can immerse in beautiful nature, take a walk along the beautiful Canadian River Historic Wagon Bridge or hike at Lake Marvin and the Black Kettle National Grasslands. There's no better art than the work of Mother Nature!