It is officially autumn and what better way to celebrate the season than to go on a few seasonally appropriate dates? Although these are fall date ideas you can always do these activities with your friends and family. Here are 15 inexpensive fall date ideas to get into the spirit of the season!
I do a corn maze every year and get a little competitive with my friends to see who can complete the maze first. Make it extra challenging by doing the maze at night and don’t forget your flashlights!
Hayrides are always fun as it gets closer to Halloween. If you get too scared just squeeze your date extra tight!😉
Go to a local farm to find the perfect pumpkin and sip on some hot apple cider!
Carve or paint a pumpkin
Nothing beats taking home some freshly picked apples. You even get to support your local farmers!
Make caramel apples
Don’t like caramel apples? Use those apples to bake some sweet treats. Don’t be afraid to get creative with it! This recipe is on my list of things to make!
Scary movie night
Fall is the perfect time to make a bowl of popcorn and curl up under the covers to watch some scary movies.
Festivals are always a fun way to celebrate the season. We have a really great festival coming up near my town called the Makers Festival. You get to explore local makers including vintage jewelry, fashion, food, wood-sculpting and more!
Brewery or Winery
The fall is the perfect time to explore a local brewery or winery. Test out all of the new fall flavors.
Stay in tonight and learn how to make a fancy fall cocktail. Here are some ideas.
Can anyone say pumpkin spice latte?? Most coffee shops will have a take on the pumpkin spiced latte, but if you want to save some money you can make one at home. Here is a tasty yet healthy version!
Walk in park or go hiking
Hiking in the fall is amazing because you don’t have to deal with the summer heat and you get to view the gorgeous change of leaves!
Walk to the beach
Nowhere to take a hike? Hit up the beach. It’s a little cooler so not as many people will be there which makes it extra romantic!
Have a Picnic
Pack up some homemade chili or sandwiches and hit up the park for a picnic to admire the fall foliage.
If the amusement parks are still open consider stopping by. The lines aren’t as long and it is much cooler so you can enjoy the day without feeling like a sweaty mess. If you live near a Six Flags check out Fright-fest!
I’m always looking for new inexpensive date ideas for fall. What are your favorite fall activities? Let me know in the comments below!