Your Ultimate Guide to Fall Across the SouthCoast
Some of your favorite fall activities don't have event pages for you to RSVP. Some of your favorite places don't have social media pages to keep you up to date on all that's going on. That's okay! We've done the hard work of finding your favorite places to see and things to do across the SouthCoast.
Fall Hikes. Lace-up your shoes and grab the granola because your whole family can hit the trails with this list of Fall Family Hikes Across the Southcoast. Be sure do download the trail maps before you head out and keep your day hike from turning into a search-and-rescue tale. Take a trip over to our hike list here.
Pumpkin Patches. Not all pumpkin patches allow you to pick your own, but you can still walk through some farms' giant pre-picked, field-fresh pumpkin patches to find your future jack-o-lantern. Pick your go-to pumpkin patch here.
Corn Mazes. A family trip through the corn maze is one of the most traditional fall activities out there. You don't buy the map and end up lost or you buy the map and end of a little bit lost. Here are the four giant corn mazes for you and the gang to visit before the season's over: Find your way to these great corn mazes here.
Apples. It's officially apple season! Whether you pick them yourself or grab a pre-picked back from your local farm stand, locally grown apples are the sweet treat you need this fall. Get a full list on where to get your farm-fresh apples across the SouthCoast here: Pick your favorite orchard from our list.
Hay Rides. Whether is horse-drawn or tractor-pulled, a hayride through an open field is one of the most classic fall activities out there. Put on your best pair of jeans and get ready to take a ride through cornfields, flower fields, and more. Take a ride to our list here.
Farm Festivals and Fairs. Craft tents, food trucks, pumpkin painting, and tons of other country-flavored fun are hitting our area. Find something fun for your family to do each weekend from now through November. Find the event calendar here.
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