This weekend in #PutnamWV is about spooky fun, sweet treats, and warm colors. With an abundance of fall festivities, there is something for everyone to enjoy.

If you haven’t visited The Juice Box and tried their “Dark as Night” Bowl, Friday is a great time. Only here for Halloween season, the bowl has granola, honey, mango, pineapple, banana, vanilla protein, almond milk, coconut, dark chocolate chips, chia seed, and peanut butter.

The Hurricane store is open from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM, ideal for a quick lunch bite or after-work snack.

If you like getting spooked, visit Fear on The Farm in Winfield on Friday or Saturday from 7:00 PM to 12:00 AM for Monster Mash Weekend. Offering six attractions in one place, plus two haunted houses, this is perfect for anyone looking for a unique thrill.

Head down to Buffalo Saturday anytime from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM for Buffalo Octoberfest. Guests can enjoy music, great food, crafts, free pony rides, free petting zoo, apple butter making, free inflatables for the kids, antiques, a West Virginian flea market, and more. Admission and parking are free for this event.

With the forecast for Sunday coming in at a cool 66 degrees, bundle up in your favorite fall sweater and head to Gritt’s Farm (get tickets here). If you haven’t picked a pumpkin or made your way through the corn maze yet this season, Gritt’s is Putnam County’s ideal place to do so.

With peak fall foliage settling into Putnam County, the drive through the countryside to Gritt’s Farm is a stunning route to peep the fall colors. On top of a West Virginia Mountain is a beautiful place this time of year.

This weekend is full of opportunities to see breathtaking fall colors and make life-lasting memories. Make the most out of your weekend in Putnam County.