Fall Bucket List

fall bucket list

While it may be sad to bid farewell to summer, there’s something indescribably magical about Fall. Between the crisp weather, beautiful trees, hot apple cider, pumpkin flavored anything, and game-day parties {it’s football season, people}, there’s something for everyone to like about the shift in seasons. To celebrate the season’s arrival, we’ve compiled a Fall Bucket List, which includes some of our favorite Fall activities.

□ Enjoy a Pumpkin Spice Latte {or hot apple cider}

□ Go apple picking

You waited all year for crisp weather, so why not start the fall season right, with a day of apple picking. During the months of September and October, orchards such as Apple Annie’s open up for u-pick apple visits, and old-fashioned fun. Before you head out to the orchards, you should call ahead for hours of operation, and availability.

□ Have a photo-shoot in a leaf pile

□ Make leaf art

Bring nature’s beauty indoors with leaf art. This project is surprisingly quite simple. Gather some of your favorite leaves and/or flowers, flatten them under a heavy book, copy with a color photocopier, then glue the prints onto inexpensive canvas boards, and you’ve created a piece of contemporary art for nominal expense.

□ Go on a hay ride

□ Visit a pumpkin patch

Make this fall season unforgettable. Head on over to Tolmachoff Farms, located in Glendale, and experience the ultimate in family fun. The farm offers activities for all ages to enjoy including a 6-arce family corn maze, mini corn maze, petting zoo, hay pyramid, play area, and more.

□ Carve a pumpkin

□ Go to a haunted house

For those who enjoy feeling spooked, a haunted house is guaranteed to get your heart racing. From the 13th Floor to Arizona’s Original Scream Park, there’s a wide variety of haunted houses to choose among, as witnessed here. Haunted houses not your thing? Stay in and have a Halloween themed movie marathon.

□ Bake pies

□ Have a s’mores campfire

No fall is complete without roasting marshmallows over an open fire to make a tasty treat: s’mores. While s’mores are traditionally made by the campfire, any open fire will do – you can even make them using an oven at home. Fun fact: S’more is thought to be a contraction of the phrase “some more”.

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