Fall Fun

It’s officially fall, well it’s been fall for over a week now, so why not embrace the change of the seasons whether you like it or not and do some fall fun activities?! Today, I am going to give you a list of fun fall things to do. Please feel free to share what your favorite thing about fall is and what your favorite fall activities are.

  • Pumpkin picking
  • Bake pumpkin pie
  • Carve jack- o- lanterns
  • Paint pumpkins
  • Apple picking
  • Bake an apple pie
  • Make apple sauce
  • Make baked apples
  • Corn maze
  • Haunted house (not for me, but maybe for you)
  • Hayride
  • Hiking
  • Make apple cider
  • Try Oktoberfest beers (ehh, not my thing but maybe yours!)
  • Throw a Halloween party
  • Tour a winery
  • Bonfire
  • Make fall decorations
  • Take photos of the changing leaves
  • Walk through the park
  • Try pumpkin spice lattes (again, not for me, but maybe for you)
  • Get autumn scented candles
  • Go to a cozy cafe
  • Go away to a lake or a place in the mountains
  • Go to a football game
  • Make caramel apples
  • Open the windows in your house and let the crisp air in
  • Watch Halloween movies (No scary movies for me though)
  • Bake…anything and everything
  • Attend a fall festival
  • Take a scenic fall bike ride or drive
  • Buy a new cozy blanket


What fall activities do you enjoy?!




63 thoughts on “Fall Fun

  1. Bea,
    I think my favorite thing is to make a pot of stew, or chili, and put some cornbread in the oven for a yummy warm meal and wonderful leftovers for a few days.

    For the record, you have to drag me into fall kicking and screaming. Not because I don’t like it, but because that means winter and COLD comes next. I’m definitely a lover of spring and summer. You won’t ever hear me complain about the heat.

    But, since we’re here… I LOVE football… specifically Oklahoma football. I love the spicy smells of pumpkin pies and apple cider. I love wearing scarves and hats and boots. I love taking pictures of the changing colors of the landscape, And while I love to look at a corn maze from above, I would much rather go through a haunted house than a maze. The thought of getting lost in there puts my tiny bit of claustrophobia front and center and scares me to death.

    Great list lots of fun things to do.

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    1. Jan,

      Thank you so much for your amazing comment! I’m happy that although you love spring and summer you can still embrace and find the beauty of fall. I agree with you, summer is the best! I too love scarves and boots and the spicy smells of pumpkin pie.

      Have a lovely day gorgeous!


  2. I’m so sad because I can see the whole world just rejoicing in their Fall obsessions, but we don’t have Autumn in India! It goes summer, monsoon, and winter – sometimes here in Pune we skip the winter and go straight to the searing heat of summer! But this list looks soooo good 🙂

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  3. I’ve actually really been enjoying the opening of our windows for that crisp Fall air (plus no more expensive A/C!). We just ordered 20lbs of apples from Imperfect Produce, I’m excited to make apple chutney, sauce & tarts!

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  4. The sound of these already make me feel all snug though it is warm here again. I need to have a word with the weather gods. I have never gone pumpkin picking and I have been thinking of it though my favourite thing really is to pick leaves. Are you planning to these, exceptions made for pumpkin spice lattes, haunted houses and beers? xx

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    1. Haha, I have already gone apple picking and bought 9 pounds of apples….I am a little ashamed to say I ate them all!!! But I also made an apple pie which was delicious. I’m going to an apple cider place today Angry Orchard for a cider tasting so that should be fun and festive. I do plan on going apple picking once more and also pumpkin picking in the near future! Ahhh so much to do, so little time 🙂 x

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      1. Bringing out the child in you, my girl…I love the sound of 9 pounds of apples demolished by you in the form of apple pies and goodies. I love cider by the way, its sparkly, tangy notes. You go cider it up and have an extra sip for me? I am inspired to look up apple and pumpkin picking farms. xx

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  5. Great fall ideas! So far I went to an apple orchard and bought apples and their apple wine, made applesauce, decorated with corn stalks and pumpkins, savored a Dunkin Donuts pumpkin spice coffee, lit candles and read and stoked up our little wood stove. This truly is my favorite season and month!

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  6. These are such wonderful suggestions Bea! I am not a massive fan of Autumn and have always liked the warmer reasons but I still adore things such as crisp air, going for long walks and doing so much baking I don’t want to do it for the rest of the year lol. Thank you for sharing! xox

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      1. I enjoy reading your thoughts as I still clearly remember how busy I was during teacher training. I got pneumonia and couldn’t even take time off!!

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  7. I love this!! There’s so much to do in the Fall! No right or wrong! My son who is 4 1/2 has no fear. We went to a party store and there were $300 animatronic scary monsters and he kept hitting the button for them to talk and move. I love that he gets so into the holiday/season!

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  8. I love taking photos of all the leaves too 🙂 and baking in autumn is the best 🙂 I just love being able to snuggle up with a book under the covers again… and all the hot chocolate!

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  9. Great Fall activities.. We just went apple picking- it’s one of my favorite Fall activities. Baking is my other favorite- made my yummy Apple crisp (recipe is on my blog).. Happy Fall..🍁

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