Fall Activities to do with Your Family

With fall starting in a couple of weeks, you’re probably planning all the ways to enjoy this season! Because of the festivals and cider, fall is without a doubt one of our favorite times of the year. As it starts to cool down, you need to get outside to enjoy the crisp air – especially when you’re cooped up in an office all day (even one as cool as ours). If you haven’t had the time to think about what you’ll do to celebrate this season, we’ve pulled a few of our favorite ideas to get you started. 

Gwinnett County Fair

The fair is back! As a traditional fall activity, the fair offers a ton of games, rides, and fun for your family. Although it can get pricey, it’s a great way to get out and feel fall in the air. It starts Saturday, September 12, so go ahead and purchase your tickets! You will not want to miss it!

Buford Corn Maze

Another great, local option is the corn maze! Right now, they have just the maze, but starting September 20, they’re opening their annual Haunted Forest. They also have a pumpkin patch so you can purchase a pumpkin to take home! And don’t forget to take a family photo or enjoy a hayride. With plenty of fun activities, you’ll have an entire night of things to do!

Burt’s Pumpkin Farm

This one is a little more of a drive, but perfect on a fall day! Located in Dawsonville, you’ll experience the beauty of North Georgia while also getting all your fall necessities. Make sure you go on a hayride and pick out the best pumpkins! While you’re in Dawsonville, make sure you take a trip to Dahlonega to enjoy the square and amazing restaurants.

Caramel Apple Crisp Recipe

You officially have plenty to do, so now you can enjoy a day inside with your favorite movies, a fall candle, and this delicious recipe. You most likely have all the ingredients lying around the house, so this simple recipe shouldn’t take too long. Check out the recipe here, and let us know if you try it!

 

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