Leavenworth / Pine Village KOA Holiday Events
Local Area Events
Leavenworth Village of Lights Christmastown
The Christmas lights are on seven days a week Thanksgiving Weekend through February! This December, midweek and on weekends, we plan on celebrating our eye-popping display of over half a million lights with music & entertainment, holiday characters for your photo ops, carolers, kids' activities, roasting chestnuts, Santa photos and so much more! The town lights will shine bright every day of the week. For more information visit Village of Lights: Christmastown - Leavenworth Washington
This December, midweek and on weekends, we plan on celebrating our eye-popping display of over half a million lights with music & entertainment, holiday characters for your photo ops, carolers, kids' activities, roasting chestnuts, Santa photos and so much more! The town lights will shine bright every day of the week.
For more information visit Village of Lights: Christmastown - Leavenworth Washington
Leavenworth Winter Karneval
Picture a stunning backdrop of half a million brilliant lights, majestic mountains frosted with snow and an enchanting Bavarian village filled with fun. Come join us this January for Leavenworth's very first Winter Karneval as we honor a German tradition dating back to the thirteenth century, commonly referred to as ‘Fasching'. You can expect to see a blend of familiar activities, like ice carving and fireworks over Martin Luther King Jr. weekend, along with new entertainment that will be spread out during the rest of the month, making Leavenworth the perfect winter destination all month long.Our beautiful Christmas lights will be shining bright throughout the village and with the anticipation of snow, we will be teaming up with our local recreation partners on activities that highlight Leavenworth's diverse outdoor scene. Chill Bavarian style this winter, our village teems with over 100 unique shops, eclectic dining for foodies, over 20 wine tasting rooms and wineries, and local Breweries, Cideries and Distilleries. Bavarian amenities like Alp Horn serenades, our World Famous Nutcracker Museum, and German Beer Gardens, are welcoming all winter. We hope to see you for a visit in January, there is no shortage of fun activities any day of the week!***Events are subject to change due to Covid-19 mandates and restrictions***
Celebrate Spring With Us! It's May, spring is here…and not a moment too soon! The sun is out, the wildflowers are bursting, the apple and pear blossoms are springing to life, and the Bavarian Village is ready to celebrate with our annual Bavarian Maifest weekend in May!Maifest is a German tradition dating back to the 10th century, when villagers would gather to celebrate the arrival of spring by planting flowers, playing music and games, and raising a “maipole” in the local square. The pole would be decorated with sausages, cakes, flowers, and ribbons, and villagers believed that dancing around it would bring good luck and wealth to the village. We invite you to our very Bavarian Maifest, celebrate Mom and Spring in Leavenworth!Our weekend is packed with Bavarian fun, we can't wait to see you!
Autumn Leaf Festival
Founded in 1964 Leavenworth's Autumn Leaf Festival celebrates the turning colors of the Autumn Leaves. It is the villages original festival. Together with the City of Leavenworth's decision to adopt the Bavarian theme, the Washington State Autumn Leaf Festival was instrumental in turning the town into a thriving tourist destination from a dying logging and railroad town. Today the Autumn Leaf Festival Association (ALFA) participates in parades and festival across the northwest as a founding member of the Northwest Hosting Association. ALFA's participation in those other festivals has resulted in tiny Leavenworth's festival becoming one of the premier events around the Northwest.