7 Must-Do Activities This Fall

  Back to blog Savanna Cordle

First day of Autumn was on Saturday! Are you as excited about that as me?? My favorite season is finally here so I am going to share my top 7 things to do in the fall!

  1. Eat a caramel apple

I don’t know who came up with the idea of caramel apples but they probably should be my best friend for how much I love them!

  1. Wear a flannel

I firmly believe that you can never have too many flannels. (My current count is 11 lol). They are great to layer up! Wearing a t-shirt, but it’s a little chilly? Throw a flannel on. Getting warm? Just take it off and wrap around your waist!

  1. Go to a pumpkin patch

Although I am not a pig pumpkin flavored anything person, I do enjoy some good pumpkin seeds. Also there is something so satisfying about carving a pumpkin…maybe it’s that you get to cut things…maybe it’s sticking your hand in the gooey insides of the pumpkin.

  1. Go to a football game

Is it really Fall if you don’t go to a football game? Whether you go early season and are able to wear shorts or the end of the season where (in the midwest at least) you might need a winter jacket and boots, it’ll be a good time!

  1. Pay attention to the color changing

I love going on an annual Fall Cruise with my grandparents. We will drive through places by the Mississippi just to look at how beautiful the trees are. Then we stop at an outdoor market to get apples and honey (and more caramel apples 🙂 ).

  1. Go to ValleySCARE

I don’t know about you, but I actually enjoy being scared so I like going to haunted houses. Valleyfair in Shakopee, MN turns into a frightening amusement park during the month of October. This is always on my to-do list each year! Here is the link to check out ValleySCARE

  1. Be grateful

Lastly, eat some turkey (or if you prefer, ham, like me) and get together with family! I love Thanksgiving because it’s an opportunity to realize how lucky I am to have a strong support system annnnddd to eat way past my full point. After dinner naps are essential on Thanksgiving!

What are some of your Fall traditions?