10 Fun Things To Do During Fall Break

10 Fun Things To Do During Fall Break

With fall break coming up, it's hard to think of some fun, cheap activities to do during the time.

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As a college student, I know how hard it is do fun things because it can be so expensive. Here's my top 10 cheap, fun activities.

1. Go to a haunted house

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Haunted houses are a good way to get into the Halloween spirit!

2. Go to a pumpkin patch

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A pumpkin patch is a cute place for pictures or for fun activities.

3. Paint/carve pumpkins

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While at the pumpkin patch, grab a pumpkin or two and get to work painting or carving shapes into it.

4. Take a road trip

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A road trip is a great way to make memories over break.

5. Binge watch a new show

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Fall break is a great time to just relax and watch a new show.

6. Watch scary movies

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Scary movies are another great way to get into the Halloween spirit.

7. Make s'mores

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S'mores are an easy and delicious snack to eat during fall.

8. Pick up a new hobby

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Fall break is a great time to pick up a new hobby like painting, knitting, or photography.

9. Volunteer

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Volunteering is a great way to help give back to the community.

10. Watch football

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Fall break always happens during football season, so it's a great time to host a tailgate party or to splurge on tickets.

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