Fall Events in Lawrenceville, GA

Fall Events in Lawrenceville, GAWith summer winding down and fall right around the corner, it’s time to start anticipating all the exciting autumnal events coming to Lawrenceville. Whether you’re looking for something fun to do with the kids or you want an activity you know you’ll enjoy, check out a few of these top fall events happening in and around Lawrenceville.

Old Fashioned Picnic

When: September 17, 2017

Where: Gwinnett Historic Courthouse

This year marks the fourth year that the Old Fashioned Picnic will come to the grounds of the Gwinnett Historic Courthouse. This free event offers something for all ages to enjoy and will feature lawn games, children’s activities, a cake walk, pie eating contest, and more. Bring your chairs or a blanket to stretch out and delight in the music and live entertainment at the gazebo. This is a pet-friendly event, so your four-legged family members are also welcome to attend.

Fall Family Campout

When: September 29, 2017

Where: Tribble Mill Park

Bring the entire family out to Tribble Mill Park for a fun weekend of camping under the crisp autumn night stars. Start your morning off with a camp-style breakfast before enjoying a dinner cooked over the campfire in the evening. Your night will end with s’mores roasted over the fire. There will also be games, stories, and plenty of other traditional campout activities. All ages are welcome to attend this event, but you must bring your own chairs, sleeping bags, and tent.


When: September 30, 2017

Where: Yellow River Park

Bring your bikes to Yellow River Park this fall for a fun day filled with bike activities. There will be a bike rodeo, demonstrations about different bikes and bike equipment, and free tune-ups for your wheels, handlebars, pedals, brakes, and more. You can even bring your old bikes to donate to children and adults in need.

Fair on the Square

When: October 14, 2017

Where: Downtown Lawrenceville

Head to West Crogan Street in downtown Lawrenceville for the 9th Annual Lawrenceville Fall Festival Fair on the Square. This family-friendly event runs from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. and features a dance contest, arts and crafts, prizes, music, kid’s zone, live entertainment, and great food. Stop by the vendors’ area to shop for jewelry, toys, personal care products, totes, art, handmade crafts, food, and more. There will also be community enrichment services like free health screenings and free oral hygiene products.

Werepups Halloween Bash

When: October 28, 2017

Where: Brook Run Park

Dog lovers and pet parents of all ages can head to Brook Run Park in Dunwoody for Werepups Halloween Bash. The free event goes from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. and will feature music and spooky fun. There will also be a costume contest with prizes for spookiest pup, most original, funniest pup, cutest pup, and best human and pup duo.

From picnics in the park to Halloween fun with your furry family members, there are plenty of fall events in and around Lawrenceville that are worth checking out.

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