Gorgeous colors, incredible smells, and crisp breezes all make fall a wonderful time of the year. We’ve put together a list of fall activities every family can enjoy together. Make some unforgettable memories this autumn!
Visit a Corn Maze
Find your way through a local corn maze. If you have mostly little kids, visit during the daytime - if your kids are older and braver, try a haunted maze at night!
Go on a Nature Walk
Enjoy the beautiful colors nature has to offer this time of year. Be sure to bring along your camera and snap some great photos.
Jump in the Leaves
Rake the leaves in your backyard, then play around in them! It’s sure to be a fond memory for your little ones.
Visit a Pumpkin Patch
No fall season is complete without visiting a pumpkin patch. Let each of your kids pick out their own, then take them home to decorate!
Let each of your little ones carve their own pumpkin. Encourage them to be creative! (For small children, painting pumpkins is a great alternative.)
Roast Pumpkin Seeds
Make sure the insides of the pumpkins are put to good use by roasting pumpkin seeds. All you’ll need are seeds, salt, and an oven for a delicious and healthy snack.
Visit an orchard as a family and pick your own apples. Be sure to take some photos while you’re there!
Make Caramel Apples
Using apples you picked or apples you bought, make caramel apples. Get creative with your toppings!
Make Apple Cider
Using apples you picked or apples you bought, make apple cider. It’s a great treat for a chilly day, plus it’ll make your entire home smell amazing!
Collect Fall Leaves
Walk around the block and collect beautiful fall leaves you see on the ground. Try to find one of every color!
Make Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies
An autumnal twist on a classic. You’ll find yourself craving these year-round!
Bonus points if you coordinate your costumes as a family!
Tell Ghost Stories
Bonus points if you do it around a bonfire! (Just don’t make them TOO spooky!)
Make a Thankful Tree
Make a simple tree craft and help your kids write what they’re thankful for on each leaf.
Make Handprint Turkeys
It’s a classic and adorable craft to do around Thanksgiving!
Do you have any beloved fall traditions that we didn’t mention? Let us know in the comments!