Forsyth County Fall Favorites: A To Do List You’ll Love

Forsyth County Fall Favorites

Hopefully, I’m not the only one who LOVES the fall season. I mean really loves the fall season. I love everything about it – the crispness in the air, pumpkin spice everything, football, hoodies, apple picking, corn mazes, and so much more! As I thought about my favorites, I thought it would be fun to put together a “To Do List” for this fall. This isn’t just any type of to-do list, it’s one that I think you will LOVE!

Enjoy During Specific Dates:

Warbington Farms

Visit Warbington Farms: Open from September 15 – November 3, Warbington Farms is home to all kinds of fun on the farm! They also have a lot of special events so make sure you check their website to see what is coming up.

Fall Break: This year, Forsyth County’s Fall Break is set for September 24-28. If you need plans or ideas of things to do, be sure to check out our School Break Survival Guide.  And hopefully, you will not just survive but thrive through fall break!

Play at the Park: This community fun-filled family event is a must go to on September 29 11-8pm. Everything from over 100+ vendors to food trucks to live music to riding in a tethered hot air balloon can be experienced at Play at the Park. Check out our two articles: Insider Tips to Read Before You Go  & Play At The Park Event Details

Visit Kinsey Farms:  Kinsey Family Farm is open for the fall season from September 29 – October 31. As a family, we always get our pumpkins at Kinsey Family Farm every fall. We love having a caramel apple and searching for the perfect pumpkin. Once we are home we carve it together and toast up some fresh pumpkin seeds. YUM!

The Cumming Fair: Yes! The Cumming County Fair & Festival is in town from October 4 – 14. Be sure to check our article for the daily special schedule and attractions –> All The Details You Need To Know About The Cumming Fair. 

Cumming Greek Festival: OPA! It’s time to experience the Greek culture through food, music, dance, and shops at the Cumming Greek Festival. This year it runs from October 19-21. Check our article for some insider tips. {The article will be linked soon}

vickery village farmers market

Vickery Village Farmers Market: Ever since the market opened, I have gone by weekly to get some of my groceries. I can’t help it, I just love supporting the local farms. This farmers market runs on Thursdays from 9-12pm until Dec 20th.


Enjoy Anytime:

Go To A High School Football Game: Being under the Friday night lights is so much fun for the whole family. We have links to all the school’s schedules in our article – High School Football in Forsyth County.

Hike Up Sawnee Mountain To Indian Seats From Visitors Center: In early September, we decided to take a hike from the Visitor’s Center off Spot Rd. First of all, let me tell you that this was a very hard hike. Our whole family went (kids ages 6 and 8) and made it to the top and back down. But afterward, we were totally exhausted! Check the online map to plan your hike. Also, even though it was a hard hike, the 400 calories I burned and the view from the top was worth it.

Forsyth County Parks & Recreation

Hike Up Sawnee Mountain To Indian Seats From Bettis Tribble: Now this is a MUCH easier hike. We can do it round trip as a family in about an hour. It’s still a nice workout but it’s much easier for the kids. Check the online map to plan your hike. And make sure to bring a camera, the view is gorgeous at the top!

Check Out The 20+ Playgrounds in Forsyth County: Can you believe we have over 20 parks and playgrounds in Forsyth County? We love taking this list with us and trying to visit as many as we can in one day.

Go Apple Picking: Take a road trip up north and go apple picking. Freshly picked apples are delicious! There are many places to choose from. {Tip: Make sure you check Groupon before you head out. Sometimes there is a Groupon to save you some money}

Go Through a Corn Maze Challenge

Glamping: Glamping during the fall is all the rage right now. Also, Georgia Glamping Company just added a new leading lady – Roxy the Retro. You can read about her by following this link. Now if you are ready to book your glamping trip, make sure you take a moment and read about our experience & tips with Georgia Glamping Company.

Head To The Library Nearest To You:  We have four excellent libraries (Cumming, Hampton Park, Post Road, and Sharon Forks) in Forsyth County. Every day, they have activities going on for children, teens, and adults. Check their calendar to see what’s going on today.


Enjoy At Home

  1. Make caramel apples together
  2. Bake a pumpkin pie
  3. Have a fall themed baking competition with your family
  4. Rake up the leaves and then jump in them
  5. Plant bulbs for next spring
  6. Carve a pumpkin
  7. Bake fresh pumpkin seeds
  8. Go for a walk together as a family
  9. Play football in the backyard
  10. Have a picnic outside
  11. Make a fall wreath
  12. Eat some candy corn
  13. Have a family game night outside
  14. Camp in your backyard
  15. Drink some warm apple cider

Download A Printable Copy By Clicking Here –> Forsyth County Fall Favorites

I created a bucket list for you to download and print out. You can use it as a checklist this fall. Hope you enjoy! Happy Fall, Rachael

 


Rachael Walkup has lived in North Georgia all her life. Since 2006 – The Walkup family has made Forsyth County their home. Along with being a wife and mom, Rachael is an avid blogger, social media expert, and owner of CummingLocal.com. Her time is spent promoting local events and small businesses in North Georgia.  With a background in Marketing and Sales, coupled with her experience in Project Development and Search Engine Optimization (SEO), Rachael offers consultations and classes to help clients reach their fullest potential.

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