10 Classic Fall Activities to Do This Year


It’s almost that time of year again. The leaves are starting to turn colors, nights are becoming longer, the air is crisper, it’s football season and you have to start strategically planning your commutes around school bus routes. That’s right, it’s almost fall!

According to a recent survey, 29% of Americans claim that they prefer autumnal weather making Fall America’s favorite season. Of course, this is no surprise. Considering the weather is cooler but not cold and the rain of winter hasn’t come yet, Fall is the perfect season to comfortably go outside and enjoy outdoor activities.

As America’s favorite season quickly approaches, we wanted to share with you our top 10 favorite Fall activities to do here in the Pacific Northwest. Enjoy!

  1. Apple-Picking
  2. Leaf Hunting
  3. Hiking
  4. Hayrides
  5. Tail-Gating
  6. Fall Gardening
  7. Run a Fall Race
  8. Tour a Winery
  9. Attend a Fall festival
  10. Take a Photo Walk

What are your favorite fall activities? Share them with us on Twitter of Facebook.

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