Six Ways To Get The Most Out Of Fall
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Six Ways To Get The Most Out Of Fall

Enjoy it while you can!

Six Ways To Get The Most Out Of Fall
Core Orchards Detroit

While I love all of the seasons, fall is my favorite time of year. The weather is perfect, just right for a cozy sweater and boots, and there's always plenty to do. Autumn always brings warm memories of being surrounded by friends and family. Whether it be on holidays such as Halloween and Thanksgiving, or going places such as pumpkin patches, there's always something to do with the people most close to you. The weather and picturesque scenes of tree leaves slowly fading into orange, red, or yellow, bring a sense of change that I enjoy so much. Even the colors of the season warm your soul when you see them. There's not another season quite like it. So for the time of year that brings some of the most joy, here's a few ways to enjoy it to the fullest.

1. Venture through a Corn Maze.

Corn mazes aren't just fun for kids. They're fun for adults too. Whether it's a traditional corn maze, or a haunted one, there's tons of fun to be had trying to figure your way out of these mazes. My favorite part is seeing the bird's-eye view of the maze to see if it makes a picture.

2. Visit a pumpkin patch or apple orchard.

I love picking pumpkins, it's one of my favorite things to do during fall, and even though I've never been, I've always wanted to go apple picking. It's on my autumnal bucket list.

3. Make some fall goodies.

Since you just visited the pumpkin patch and the apple orchard, might as well use what you've got, right? Some fall classics are pumpkin pie and apple cider. This a great way to also bring something to the table during gatherings.

4. Check out some haunted attractions.

While I'm not one for being scared, one of the most popular ways to spend the season is going to haunted attractions such as hayrides, houses, and mazes. These places add to the fun of the season by giving you a thrilling jolt.

5. Go to, or host, a Halloween party.

Halloween parties are always a blast. Picking out a costume and showing it off and then seeing what everyone else has gone as is one of the most exciting parts of Halloween. It's always fun to get a group of friends together and see where the night takes you.

6. Go on a nature walk.

It might sound a little corny, but fall is one of the best seasons to get outside and just enjoy what nature has to offer. So get outside and enjoy it while you can.

There you have it! If you're in need of some things to do to enjoy this season, give some of these a try. They get you outside and enjoying all of the things that make this season my absolute favorite.

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