Things to do in Fall
October 14, 2016
Transitioning from summer to fall can be an interesting change. It’s still nice enough to be outside, but it’s too cold to swim. You can still hang out with friends, but now you have school during the week. So what is there to do? How can you take advantage of the beautiful (but chilly) fall weather? Luckily, I have a few suggestions to keep yourself busy in the colorful weeks ahead.
- Visit a pumpkin patch/apple orchard. Get some friends together, pick some pumpkins and/or apples, and take candids of each other doing so!
- Carve pumpkins! This is essential for the fall season. 10/10 would recommend.
- Get in touch with your five-year-old self and jump in a pile of leaves. It’s free and you don’t even have to leave your yard.
- Go haunted housing. There is nothing that screams “fall” like nearly fainting in some sketchy barn because a guy dressed as Stephen King’s “It” jumped out at you.
- Have a scary movie marathon. This is the cheaper, more comfortable alternative to haunted housing.
- Catch some of the Friday Night Lights. Football is a fall staple and can be tons of fun if you get yourself into it. Dress for the theme and go with a group!
Of course, there are plenty of other things to do. These are just the activities that are classified as stereotypical fall fun. Just remember: if you’re not into all of the fall hype, Christmas is right around the corner!