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Saturday, August 30, 2014

 

Mark your calendars for the best activities of the upcoming fall season. It's never too late to start planning.

For many New Englanders, fall is the perfect season.

From hiking to to apple picking to spooky ghost tours, GoLocal has got you covered for the best family events this autumn.

 

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Apple Picking

In New England, apple picking is the quintessential autumn activity.

After a fun day at the orchard, spend time concocting numerous apple creations.

Will it be apple pie, strudel, cider, or candy apples?

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Hiking

There is nothing better than going on a hike with the family and exploring the nooks and crannies of New England.

Try a mountain trail, a river, or a local nature preserve.

Breathe deeply and enjoy the crisp, fall air.

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Ghost Tours

Muster up your courage and take a ghost tour.

Explore a graveyard, an historical cobblestone street, and an old mill.

Discover the spooky secrets of New England.
 

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Pumpkin Patches

Visit your favorite pumpkin patch.

Once you find the the perfect pumpkin, go home and start carving.

Will you Jack-O-Lantern be scary of funny?

Buy a few extra pumpkins and make pumpkin pie.

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Fall Festivals

Fall festivals offer the best of the season.

Check out the hay rides, food, arts and crafts, face painting, and live entertainment for a fun-filled day.

There is something for everyone!

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Leaf Peeping

There is no better way to spend a Sunday afternoon than to take a ride along winding country roads and see the best nature has to offer.

Experience the splashes of color against the bright blue sky.

On the way home, stop for a fresh glass of apple cider.

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Corn Maze

Get lost in a corn maze!

See who will be the first of your friends and family to find their way out!

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Gameday Fun

Football season will soon be here.

Grab your cooler and all the ribs, chicken wings, and sausage you can eat.

Head to the nearest stadium and join the party.

If tailgating is not your thing, invite friends over to watch the game from home.

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Haunted House

Be careful not to trip over a severed hand!

The Halloween season is not complete without a visit to a haunted house.

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Halloween Costumes

Be creative and make your own Halloween costumes this year!

It's an activity for the whole family to enjoy!

Go to a consignment shop or fabric store and whip a costume in under an hour.

Compete in a local costume contest and take home first prize!

 
 

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