We have been enjoying the lovely reprieve from the hot and humid weather. It seems like the humidity might have gone to her home to hibernate for the winter and we are thrilled. Yesterday, we went through the winter clothes to see what fits and what doesn’t. The weather cooling off a bit can mean only one thing…time to find fall family fun in Northwest Florida!
Corn and Hay – There are several corn and hay mazes that vary in cost and activities available. The activities range from shooting corn out of a cannon, riding a cow train, and, of course, running through the maze!
Pumpkins – Holland Farms has a real pumpkin patch where you can go out and pick a pumpkin. Many of the churches and organizations around town will start bringing out their own pumpkin patches soon!
Festivals – Festivals abound in Northwest Florida in the fall time. Recently, we were able to eat fish at the Seafood Festival and boiled peanuts at the Jay Peanut Festival. Soon, I will be eating spanakopita at the Greek Festival and walking through the booths at the Great Gulf Coast Arts Festival.
We also like to get out of the house. The weather is so beautiful that it just calls our name. It is the perfect time of year for a nature walk, a stroll on the beach, or to stargaze. Please visit Go Explore Nature to see my Favorite Places to Explore Nature in Pensacola!
What do you do for family fun in the fall?
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