5 Fun Activities
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Fabulous fall date ideas


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Fall is here! Dating when it’s cooler outside can open all sorts of fun and exciting outings. Spice up your relationship with these favorite fall date ideas.

Fall pumpkins

Pumpkin carving

This one is messy, but loads of fun. Get a pumpkin for each of you (try scouting out a pumpkin patch first!) and spend time plotting your designs. Try to compete to see who comes up with a cooler design, or collaborate and come up with matching or cooperative jack-o'-lantern designs. You can even make it an every-weekend event leading up to Halloween!

Apple picking

Going to a local orchard isn’t just for the kids — it’s for the young-at-heart, too! Grab your date and head out for an afternoon of apple picking, followed by an in-home apple pie baking experience. No clue how to bake a pie? Make caramel apples and enjoy them in front of a movie at home.

Carriage rides or hayrides

Many cities offer horse-drawn carriage rides, and often local pumpkin patches or orchards offer hayrides. These are so much fun to go on, especially if it’s a little cold outside. It’s also a good opportunity to get a little snuggle in as you are trotted around the city square or a lovely orchard.

Check out a haunted house

This is not for the faint of heart, but it can be a terrific bonding experience. Some areas have some very scary haunted houses that can give your relationship a true test. If you’re easily spooked, check reviews to find one that is a little less frightening, but can still give you the creeps.

Tour a winery

Check out a local winery and book a tour. They often include free tastings, and you’ll have the opportunity to pick a favorite for your dinner, too. Some wineries have restaurants on site too, so you can pair a tour with a delicious meal afterwards as well.

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Monica Beyer
Monica Beyer is a mom of four and has been writing professionally since 2000, when her first book, Baby Talk, was published. She has one more published book under her belt and is currently a freelance writer for SheKnows, Pregnancy and Baby and allParenting. Her main area of interest is attachment parenting and all that goes with it, including breastfeeding, co-sleeping and baby wearing.
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