Fall flies by and before you know it the trees are bare and the days are cold. Here are some things we highly recommend you squeeze in. Some of the activities listed are seasonal and close after October 31, others simply are best enjoyed with the fall foliage and warmer temps!
See the Longhouse at Ganondagan
Ganondagan is a Native American historic site featuring beautiful hiking trails and a Seneca Bark Longhouse to Tour until October 31. The Longhouse is open Wednesday - Saturday 9 AM to 4:00 PM. There is a knowledgeable staff member at the longhouse who answered all of our questions after the self guided tour. There is an admission fee to explore the museum and longhouse- Adults - $8, Seniors – $4, Students (12 yrs. – College) - $4, Children (5 – 11 yrs.) - $2, Children (birth – 4yrs.) – Free. Masks are required in the museum and long house and they reach capacity quickly! You may want to call ahead or be prepared to be flexible. Happy Hiking!
Hike at Letchworth
Letchworth State Park is a wonderful place to visit any time of the year but it is a must-see in the fall!
We've talked about a hike and some playgrounds we hit up within the park weeks ago, but here's some tips before heading out:
Visit a Farm
Some agritourism farms closed last weekend, others close after October 31, still others are open year round.
Did you know we have a list of the top 10 favorite family farms? Can you guess who was voted number one last year? Check out the list HERE
Pictured is Long Acre Farms- definitely a favorite for us! Halloween weekend is the last for Fall Fun on the Farm and the Moonlight Maze!
Go to a Playground
Time is ticking to visit a playground without first having to bundle up in snow suits so be sure to visit a playground one last time before snowfall! We have almost 200 playgrounds listed for you so you are sure to find the perfect match HERE!
Since we are in the Halloween spirit we have compiled a list of playgrounds featuring spiders and spider webs. Those can be found HERE.
Feed some animals
It won't be long before the animals join us in finding a cozy spot to hide away for the winter. Feeding the animals is a wonderful pastime in the fall. We have an updated list HERE so you know just where to go!
Don't Miss the Halloween Displays
Most of those spooky displays get taken down the day after Halloween. The Rochester Community has really put on a show this year! Go see them before it's too late! The full list can be found HERE
Did we miss something? Tell us what your favorite fall activity is so we can add it to the list!