26 Activities To Do This Fall
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26 Activities To Do This Fall

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26 Activities To Do This Fall

The time has come and it is finally October, which means plenty of fall activities. I’m not sure if I met anyone who doesn’t love the fall season. It is definitely a beautiful time, and due to this there are plenty of activities to get yourself involved in with family and/or friends. Here are 26 things to do this fall!

  1. Decorate your house
  2. Go to football games and tailgate
  3. Visit a haunted house
  4. Do some pumpkin carvings
  5. Take a trip to a corn maze
  6. Lay outside at night and star gaze
  7. Watch a Halloween movie marathon
  8. Go on a scenic drive
  9. Have a bonfire
  10. Visit a pumpkin patch
  11. Go apple picking
  12. Have a campout
  13. Go on a picnic date
  14. Do a fall photoshoot
  15. Jump in a pile of leaves
  16. Take a hayride
  17. Bake some pies and drink apple cider
  18. Go hiking
  19. Have a sleepover
  20. Go black Friday shopping
  21. Eat a LOT of candy corn
  22. Go on a bike ride
  23. Trick or treat
  24. Burn some fall candles
  25. Go to a Halloween party
  26. Do some DIY fall arts and crafts
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