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What’s on your fall bucket list?

The back-to-school hustle and bustle is behind us. Pencil cases have been replenished. New shoes have been laced. Now it’s time to enjoy the fun side of fall. Ready to start checking off the activities on your fall bucket list? Let us get you started.
Go for a walk in the woods
In addition to guided hikes through Rattlesnake Point’s amazing trails, you’ll find a roster of fun forest-themed activities including tree climbing, archery, birds of prey demonstrations, and bird box building at the Halton Forest Festival on October 4th.
Sip hot apple cider
There’s all sorts of apple flavours and apple fun to be enjoyed at the The St. George Applefest , Battlefield House Museum and Park's Apple Festival or Ireland House Museum’s Applefest Fall Fair. You can also pick your own apples and find other farm fun at Chudleigh’s Entertainment Farm
Pick a pumpkin
The Halton Pumpkin Trail is a great way to get your dose of this popular fall crop. The self-guided route provides all kinds of options for fun stops including pick-your-own farms, markets, conservation areas and more.
Have a fall colour family photoshoot
It’s not too early to start planning that perfect shot for your holiday cards. You’ll find stunning backdrops at Royal Botanical Gardens as well as the area’s many waterfalls and conservation areas.
Get lost in a corn maze
Navigate your way through the corn mazes you’ll find at Springridge Farm, Hanes Corn Maze and Lindley’s.
Watch a football game
Catch the excitement of the CFL at a Hamilton Tiger-Cat’s game.
Find a new fall brew
Visit an area microbrewery and stock up on some locally sourced suds, including Nickel Brook Brewery in Burlington, Cameron’s Brewing Company in Oakville and Trafalgar Ales & Meads in Oakville.
Visit a fall fair
The Rockton World’s Fair has been a Thanksgiving tradition for over 160 years that attracts 50,000 people from all over the world for three days of traditional fall fair fun, including a demolition derby, midway rides and a spelling bee, as well as apumpkin competition, a pie-making contest and horse-riding shows.
From midway games, rides and crunchy candy apples to tractor and truck pulls, demolition derbies, farm-animal petting areas and livestock shows, there’s fun for everyone at the fall fairs in Acton and Georgetown

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