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Corn mazes are a classic fall activity. Wander through a maze of corn stalks and try to find your way out. Many corn mazes also have activities like corn hole or a petting zoo.
Go apple or peach picking at an orchard. Wander through rows of trees and pick your own fresh fruit right off the branches. Don't forget to stop by the farm store too for baked goods, cider, and more.
Check out a local pumpkin patch. Beyond just pumpkin picking, many patches also have hayrides, train rides, barnyard animals, and fall-themed photo ops. It's a fun outdoor activity for the whole family.
Go to a fall festival or fair. Fairs have rides, games, food vendors, and live entertainment. Take in the festive fall atmosphere and support your community.
Check if any local farms or parks are hosting a fall harvest festival. These events often include activities like hayrides, corn mazes, pumpkin painting, and apple cider donuts.
Go on a hike at a local nature preserve or state park. The fall foliage should be in peak color - enjoy the beautiful scenery on the trails. Don't forget your camera!
Drive around your town or take a day trip to see the fall colors. Many areas have scenic routes you can follow to admire the changing leaves. Consider stopping for photos at your favorite spots.
Have a bonfire in your backyard if weather permits. Roast s'mores and hot dogs, and spend time with family and friends around the warm fire.
Cozy up indoors and carve a pumpkin! Get creative with designs and don't forget to display your jack-o-lanterns outside once complete.