Apple Butter Makin’ Days is one of the most popular Missouri Festivals and is back in Mt Vernon, MO. It draws a crowd of over 45,000 people each year. This fall festival will take place at the courthouse square October 11th-13th. Check out the crafts from 10 am to 6 pm Friday and Saturday and 10am to 4 pm on Sunday.
What is Apple Butter Makin’ Days?
- Began in 1967, and is still held in the same location.
- There are over 350 booths featuring hand made crafts.
- It’s a fall festival, so there will be games, entertainment, plus caramel apples and roasted peanuts!
- The featured item is apple butter made in 100 year old copper kettles over an open flame.
Make sure you stop by Apple Butter Makin’ Days in Mt. Vernon, MO, one of the best Missouri festivals. The apple butter is truly delicious and proceeds help fund numerous charitable projects.
There are other great fall festivals including the Artisans Market at the Branson Landing and the Stockton Black Walnut Festival if you are looking for other fun family activities. Fall is a wonderful time in the Ozarks!