Fall Quarantine Activities

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Fall is in full force and we’re excited for sweater weather, pumpkin spice everything, and all the beautiful fall colors. However, we’re still in the middle of a pandemic, so that means some of our favorite fall activities may not be possible this year. Here is a list of fun things to do this fall regardless of the pandemic. 


Pumpkin Patch & Orchards

Head to a Pumkin Patch or Orchard; this is the perfect fall outing to do with your close family or friends. Enjoy the outdoors picking apples and pumpkins, driking cider, and enjoying the beautiful fall weather! 



Another fall favorite acitivity that you can enjoy from the comfort of your home is a bonfire. You can host a small bonfire party with your closest family and friends and enjoy the night with smores and ghost stories around the fire. 


A great way to enjoy this season is taking a hiking trip. Spend time in the great  outdoors socially distant from others and enjoy all the beauty that this season has to offer! 


Drive In Movies

Go back in time and enjoy the Golden era of drive in movies. Drive in movies have officially made thier return since most traditional movie theathers have shut down due to covid. This is the perfect Friday night activity, so pack your snacks, blankets, and enjoy a fun movie night right from the comfort of your car. 

Halloween at Home 

Halloween might not be the same this year, yet there are still so many fun things you can do right at home! 

Carve Pumpkins: A classic–and a fun way to celebrate Halloween! 

Halloween Movie Marathon: Binge all the fun and scary classic movies.

Spooky Treats: Make some fun halloween themed treats and drinks with your friends

Scavenger Hunt for Candy: Halloween isnt complete without some candy! Hide candy in your backyard and have a spooky scavenger hunt with your family and friends.

Drive Though Hanunted House: Many Haunted houses this year have found a new way to scare their guests. The drive though experience is the perfect way to still get that Halloween spook this year! 




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