Experience the Magic of Pyrah’s Fall Festival and stay at  Alaska Backcountry Cottages

by | Sep 9, 2023

As the leaves turn golden and the air becomes crisp, there’s an enchanting event that captures the essence of autumn in Alaska—the Pyrah’s Fall Festival. Nestled in the heart of the breathtaking Alaskan wilderness, Alaska Backcountry Cottages invites you to be a part of this unforgettable celebration of nature, culture, and community.

Pyrah’s Fall Festival takes place against the backdrop of stunning landscapes that define Alaska’s beauty. The festival is held in the charming city of Palmer, surrounded by towering mountains. It’s a time when nature showcases its most vibrant and dramatic colors, making it an ideal moment for outdoor enthusiasts and photographers.

The Pyrah’s Fall Festival is a family-friendly event with activities for all ages. Pumpkin patch, hayrides, wagon rides, cattle train rides, balloon art, food, live entertainment, farmland, games and prizes, giant pumpkin zorb balls, pedal tractors, farm animals, jump pad, bazooka ball, face painting, photographs, fair hairdos, graintrain, trike tractors, minigolf, bonfire, and more!

Every Saturday in September, 9th, 16th, 28th, 30th. Buy tickets here!

Make your Pyrah’s Fall Festival experience even more memorable by staying at Alaska Backcountry Cottages at 10% off for the month of September. Our cozy, rustic cottages provide the perfect home away from home, Only a few minutes away from Pyrah’s Festival,  nestled in the pristine wilderness. Wake up to the sight of misty mountains so close you think you can touch them! Book your cottage stay by clicking here for a 10% September discount!



What a great place! Everything you need and very well designed. Great amount of counter space 👌. The views out the front window and deck are fantastic. – Mike H.

Highly Recommended!

This place is wonderful! The view of the mountain range is excellent and the spot is secluded if your looking to wind down. Highly recommended if you are wanting to adventure in the Palmer-Wasilla area. The cottage was clean and the bed was comfortable. The owner left milk, a few eggs, coffee, oatmeal and snacks for us. It was a nice surprise. – Courtney D.

Linda Cox

With a bachelors in Social Work, Linda is 60 years old, happily married with eight children and has been living with Multiple Sclerosis since 1995. Linda’s unexpected path in life has led to her helping others choose happiness in their own realities. Linda thoroughly enjoys getting to know guests from all over the world, staying at Alaska Backcountry Cottages!