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Fall Activity Favorites


Fall is by far one of the best seasons. The leaves are changing, people are making the switch to sweaters and the Halloween spirit is coming out. Not sure how to get into the spirit? Don’t worry, below we have listed the best fall activities for you to do with your friends and families.


Apple Picking
One of our favorite fall activities is apple picking. Apple picking is a family and friends-oriented activity that will have you feeling the fall season to a whole new level. The smell of apple cider doughnuts and warm apple cider will overwhelm your senses. Then take a stroll through the trees and pick the best apples while laughing and enjoying time with your people. Some places to go apple picking on Long Island is Lewin Farms in Calverton or Harbes Orchards in Riverhead. You certainly won’t be disappointed.


Adventuring Outdoors
Another fun fall activity is going on a hike. Take a bunch of friends and go venture outside to the trails. This is a way to be active but still enjoy the crisp fall air. Head on out to Muttontown Preserve or Cold Spring Harbor State Park for an afternoon of hiking and adventure.
 
Fall Leaves
Going outside and playing with the fall leaves is something all kids and most adults love. Grab the family and collect all the leaves. Make a pile and either pick them up and throw them around or lay in them and make snow angels with the leaves. This is an activity your kids will definitely fall in love with.

Halloween Spirit
Getting into the Halloween spirit and go visit a pumpkin patch, for some pumpkin picking, hayrides and corn mazes. Schmitt’s Farm in Melville and Hank’s Pumpkintown in Watermill are a crowd favorite. With lots of activities for the whole family and of course the best pumpkins in town. Don’t miss out on this fun and exciting activity.


Spooky Season
Lastly, snatch your friends and be in for a scare of your life. Bayville Scream Park is the best and scariest place to go for a late-night scream. There haunted houses have been around for ages scaring people every year. This is the way to get into the fall season for sure.

These five fall activities are definitely the best and a way to get all your friends and family together. Share with us below your favorite fall activity. Contact us today at Four Seasons Sunrooms and Windows for your free no obligation consultation!

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