Now that Labor Day weekend is a few days behind us and the Buffalo Bills kick off their regular season schedule this Sunday, most everyone is looking forward to what the fall season has to offer across Western New York.

Even just waking up every morning, you can tell fall is coming because the air is cooler, with a crispness outside.

One of the best events every year is Pumpkinville.

Pumpkinville is located in Great Vallery, NY (near Ellicottville) and they're officially back starting tomorrow, Saturday, September 11th.

Pumpkinville is famous for the countless pumpkins and family fun activities, such as hayrides, the corn maze, pumpkin jump pillow, train rides, food, cider, and much more.

But they also have something brand new for 2021 and it's for adults!

Pumpkinville is introducing a new beer garden.

The beer garden will feature local craft beers in Western New York, hard ciders, and even wine slushies!

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Pumpkinville is a great time for people of all ages. It's an hour drive south of Buffalo, but totally worth it for the fall season. It's gigantic and really has a perfect setting for what you envision fall and fall activities to be like.

It's very cool they added a beer garden because fall is perhaps the most popular time of the year for beer season with pumpkin ales, Oktoberfest, and other autumn-flavored drinks.

They are located on Sugartown Road in Gret Valley, NY.

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