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Fall is not only a crispy, mellow and colorful season, but is also the right time to get down to a few exciting, silly, fun-inspired and creative activities you cannot enjoy at any other time of the year. Do not let fall get by your kids and you in a dull mode. Don’t be hungover that summer is gone because with a little creativity and daring, you can make fall your greatest season by taking part in various fun-inspired activities that afford nothing but pure bliss at no extra costs at all. Here is a bucket list fun ideas you can try.

  1. Find a local team to support- Are you a fun of football? If so, do not be dispirited because your favorite NLF team is out of town. You can tailgate at any local event even if all the pro teams are out of your area. Many student’s sides are now engaged in their pre-season warm ups and festivities. Take your favorite sweater hop in the car and head down to the local game!

  2. Indulge in recipe competitions- Is this not the perfect time for hosting your friends and neighbors to a cooking competition? You can try a chili cook-off or a baking spree to find out who can make the best. This will not just provide an atmosphere of camaraderie for rewarding the winner, but everyone can enjoy the homemade goods. It is a perfect opportunity to indulge.

  3. Visit a ghost house- This sounds scary, and of course it needs a bit of dare, however, taking a tour of the old places in your hometown can be fun. In every town, they're haunted spaces or areas littered with old architecture where you can visit. Try to organize the occasion as a community activity in a haunted house full of frightful tales. This will not only give you a rush of adrenaline, but you can later reward yourself with a relaxing cup of something as you recount old horror tales to the family. Have a good thrill and make sure not to trespass or break any laws!

  4. Search for Halloween goodies – Take the family out on a hunting spree of Halloween costumes in readiness for the night of fun. There are also many fall festivals going on where you can purchase different crafts from the exhibitionists for a treat-or-trick Halloween night. Also, take the family out to all the amazing festivals that will surely be going on.

  5. Organize a bonfire party- Have you thought of going camping during this time of the year? Get together with friends and go out camping where you can build a crackling bonfire and swap hilarious Halloween stories before diving into your cozy sleeping bags. A camp fire will give you pleasure, keep you warm and make your evening glow in the chilly weather.

  6. Enjoy A Caramel Apple – Apples are are tasty but lets add a twist. Why not make this the right time to savor some sweet and sticky caramel apples? You can organize a small party where you invite a few friends over for an evening of fun. You can improvise a dipping bar with lots of delicacies like chocolate chips, crushed peanuts, granola and other treats.

  7. Visit a produce market – Every farmer's market is now awash with homegrown produce. Before the frigid winter sets in, you would do better to visit the local farmers markets because winter will soon lock you indoors most of the time.  Take a tour to the farmer’s market. It will give you a chance to explore the gardens and take pictures of the beautiful fall scenery and landscape. You can choose a variety of pickings and try different recipes with mushrooms, apples, parsnips, leeks and beets. The kids can also have fun by trying new foods, petting the livestock and animals, and all the fun games they may have down at the market. You can also visit a pumpkin patch or an apple orchard and handpick what you need. It is an enjoyable bonding experience for the entire family.

  8. Make fall artwork- fall is a season of color and leaves. You can collect different types of colorful leaves and by varnishing and pressing them you can turn them into fall artwork by mounting them on frames. This way they can last a long time and throughout the year.

  9. Take part in volunteer work- You have had years of Thanksgiving parties and feasts in your home. This time round, you can bunch up together as a family and instead of sitting to feast at home; you could lend a hand at a shelter or home. Many volunteers enjoy helping out in soup kitchens and giving donations during the holiday season. You too could take part by helping at a food pantry by volunteering weekly or once in a while throughout the season.

  10. Arrange to play Touch football – It is an excellent time to get sporty and organize different types of games such as Touch football. Take time away from watching pro teams and organize little impromptu tournaments with family and neighbors. Take advantage of the fair weather to have outdoor fun before winter clips away the season of festivities.

  11. Visit festivals and fairs – There are several fall festivities taking place either in your local town or in the surrounding countryside. Don’t waste the last opportunity you have before winter. Take your family out to fairs and festivals. During this time, there are many free activities/entertainment for the kids. You can find information about what is to take place by searching online or making inquiries locally.

  12. Decorate a pumpkin – Have some fall fun by taking out the kids (or your significant other) to a pumpkin patch where you can try to painting and carving a pumpkin face. Isn’t this the time to try adding stickers and other decorations to bring a jack o lantern to life? Your sure to have some pretty exciting  fun and orange decorations ready for Halloween.

  13. Go for a nature drive- If you live near an area with trails and forests, you can go out on a nature drive to get the thrill of the fall colors. You will definitely adore the profusion of bright crimsons and the golden brown yellows that keep on changing. Visit some of your local gardens or take a drive to some out of the out of town gardens for a fun adventure.

  14. Take the kids to indoor playgrounds – If the temperatures are too brisk for beach or outdoor play, you can give the kids a treat at an indoor play center. These days you can find wonderful fun activities like the sky jump, community events, and look for even more events at your local city calendar for more fun events to enjoy as a family.

  15. Pay the sky a visit – Are you wondering what this means? You can get the heady feeling of rising to the sun by going up on a hot air balloon. The massive balloon with give you the thrill of open flight and the chance to get a panoramic view of the surrounding country. Don't forget to bring a camera for the magnificent views. This is truly a remarkable and rare event.

  16. Take a hay ride – Autumn is the season of corn and hay. While you are out visiting the local farmer’s market, you can enjoy a hay ride on the back of a tractor trailer. To add fun to your activities, you could pile on the back of a hired buggy or a truck and enjoy the crisp fall air and the changing leaves as you are chauffeured around. Your kids could have a lot of fun in a corn maze in a game of hide-and-seek. Getting lost in a corn maze is a brainteaser the entire family can participate in enjoyably

It is time to be creative and enjoy the fall season to the full. Do you have any more ideas of your own?


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