Fall is one of the most scenic times of the year, so get out there and soak it all up with one of these fun activities and your better half.
Go camping- Spend a weekend outdoors in the woods surrounded by beautiful fall foliage. Don’t forget to enjoy some s’mores and hot chocolate by the campfire before you snuggle up in your Coleman 2-Person Pop-Up Tent from Buydig.com.
Get lost in a corn maze-If you and your significant other are up for something spookier, consider completing a “haunted” corn maze in the evening.
Walk through a pumpkin patch- Skip the grocery store and pick your very own pumpkins this year. Once you get your gourds home, carve out the faces, and bake the seeds in the Cuisinart Chef’s Toaster Convection Oven for a yummy and healthy snack.
Bake a pie together- Once you’ve returned home from harvesting apples, have some fun together in the kitchen baking homemade apple pies in your Anchor Hocking Deep Pie Dish with Red Cover from Buydig.com.
Shop your local farmer’s market- Can’t make it to the apple orchard or pumpkin patch this year? This is the next best thing!
Get tickets to a football game- Attend your local high school or college football game. Or better yet, go to your alma mater’s homecoming game festivities and show your significant other your old stomping grounds.
Take a cooking class- Master a few holiday recipes with your partner and you’ll have even more to look forward to this fall when you’ll get to cook together.
Have a picnic in the country– Pack some warm blankets and a basket of yummy delights for a lazy afternoon underneath a red leafed maple, or in the middle of a field of sunflowers.
Visit a haunted house attraction- If fright fests were your thing as a kid, then you’ll have a blast doing it all over again with your partner.
Take a long drive to see fall foliage- When it gets a little too chilly for a walk, hop in the car and ride around looking at the beautiful colors.
Take a guided ghost tour- Plenty of cities and towns offer tours of haunted buildings and locations. It’s a fun way to learn more about the history of your area.
Visit a brewery- There’s no wrong time to visit a brewery, but there’s something about doing it in the fall that just feels so right.
Watch a scary movie- Get in the Halloween spirit by watching some scary flicks together either on the couch or at a homemade outdoor theater you can make using a large sheet and a projector in the back yard. Don’t forget to share a blanket.
Go on a hayride- You’re never too old for this fall favorite. It’s one of the best ways to see all the colors of the season.
Go to a fall festival- Autumn festivals can be found in or near almost every town. Enjoy sweets and treats while participating in the fun activities.
So whether you need a first date idea, or are looking for something creative beyond dinner and a movie with your steady or spouse, we are certain you will find something on this list that will make the perfect fall date.