50 Fun Fall Activities

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Fall is upon us now. This is the time of year for pumpkins, cooler weather, changing leaves, and flannel shirts. Here are 50 fun activities that families can enjoy together, some of these are more adult-orientated but most of them can be enjoyed as a family!








Fun Fall Activities Checklist
Autumn flies by in a flash, so take advantage of the crisp weather and beautiful foliage with this list of fun things to do in the fall.
The Great Outdoors
Go apple picking
Go leaf-peeping
Get lost in a corn maze
Take a hot-air balloon ride

Play a game of two-hand touch football

Go for a hike
Go for a hayride
Collect colorful fall leaves
Rent a cabin in the mountains
Tailgate at your local football game
Plant bulbs in your garden for next spring
Run a race
Take a drive in the country
Eat a peanut butter and jelly sandwich
Make a pinecone bird feeder
Buy something from a bake sale
Borrow a book from the library
Make rice krispie treats
Buy a new notebook
Jump in a pile of leaves
Eat and Drink
Bake an apple or pumpkin pie
Buy winter squash and Brussels sprouts at a farmers’ market
Eat a candy apple
Make butternut squash soup
Drink hot spiced cider
Roast vegetables for a tasty side dish
Eat a slice of warm pumpkin bread
Make a big batch of chili
Carve your own pumpkin
Make your kid’s (or your own) Halloween costume
Get spooked in a haunted house
Celebrate Oktoberfest with beer and sausages
Re-watch your favorite scary movie on Halloween
Throw a Halloween party
Give out candy to trick o’ treaters
Host a potluck Thanksgiving dinner
Just Because
Breath in the cool, crisp air
Tour a winery
Dig up your sweaters from storage
Learn to knit
Listen to the sound of leaves crunching under your feet
Start Christmas shopping
Watch geese flying south for the winter
Spend a day antiquing
Build a bonfire
Collect pinecones and display them in a glass bowl
Watch a kids’ soccer game
Attend a fall festival
Wear your favorite jeans
Remember what you’re thankful for


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