Apple Orchard In The Fall

50 Fun Fall Activities For You And Your Family To Enjoy

Fall is my favorite time of year. I say that because there are an endless amount of cozy fall activities that my family and I get to enjoy doing.


Whether you choose to snuggle up on the couch with your favorite hot drink, while binge-watching television shows or spending an evening outside cheering for your favorite team at a local football game, there are plenty of things that you all can enjoy together.

To give you some ideas, I’ve created this list of fall activities. How many of these fun-filled fall activities will you and your loved ones cross off before winter hits?

50 FUN FALL ACTIVITIES FOR YOU AND YOUR FAMILY TO ENJOY
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Fun Fall Activities

Go camping.
Visit an apple orchard, and pick apples.
Have an apple cider “tea” party.
Make peanut butter Rice Krispies treats.
Host a neighborhood chili cook-off.
Tell ghost stories.
Jump in a pile of leaves.
Make donuts.
Visit a national park.
Go to a football game.
Go on a color walk, and gather outside “treasures” in the colors of fall.
Visit a sunflower farm.
Make fall decorations.
Take family photos in the backyard.
Go on a hayride.
Carve pumpkins.
Take a knitting class.
Try geocaching.
Go canoeing or kayaking.
Make crockpot applesauce.

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Plant your favorite bulbs for the spring.
Attend a fall festival.
Make your favorite soups.
Make your own Halloween costumes.
Bake your favorite fall treats.
Go roaming through a pumpkin patch.
Take a family bike ride.
Play hide-and-seek with glow sticks.
Navigate a corn maze.
Host a bonfire, and invite all the neighbors.
Collect pine cones and create a beautiful fall centerpiece.
Go on a scenic drive and enjoy the beautiful fall colors.

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Make Halloween cards.
Go horseback riding.
Make caramel apples.
Run in a 5K race.
Play your favorite family board games.
Visit a local farm.
Enjoy a picnic in the park.
Make pinecone bird feeders.
Rake up leaves in the yard.
Make hot chocolate with marshmallows.
Spend the day watching classic fall movies.
Make s’mores outside by the firepit.
Visit the zoo.
Collect and identify leaves.
Rearrange your closet with your fall wardrobe.
Create a family thankfulness tree.
Spend the day antiquing.
Bake pumpkin bread.
Lay a blanket in your backyard and gaze at the stars.

What are some of your family’s favorite fall activities?

18 thoughts on “50 Fun Fall Activities For You And Your Family To Enjoy”

  1. I would love to visit an orchard and pick my own apples. I think that is a fun things to do with your family in autumn. Enjoying the colors of autumn is another relaxing thing to do.

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  2. I absolutely love these ideas! Especially the apple cider “tea” party, and making peanut butter Rice Krispies treats! So yummy!

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  3. I love this season because we will finally have pumpkins back in supermarkets! And the cooler weather means walks in the parks and pretty soon the farmer’s markets will be open for business.

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  4. So many great lists of fall activities and I love it. As a family we mostly have walking, road tripping and cooking different recipes of a delicious soup.

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  5. I plan on going to the apple orchard to pick apples and the pumpkin patch this year. Fall is my favorite season and I am so happy that it is almost here!

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  6. Wow. These activities would really bring great family bonding and happy memories. I will keep this list and hopefully we get to do most if not all in your list.

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  7. I do love summer and I’m usually a little sad to see it go, but there’s so much to love about fall! I love to see the leaves change, wearing more of my scarf collection, apple picking! Pumpkin bread! Thanks for the reminder of all the wonderful things right around the corner!

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