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Fairhope Fall Bucket List

Sweater weather, football games, and pumpkin spice all around. It’s fall y’all!

In honor of the cooling temperatures, we wanted to create a Fairhope Fall Bucket List to spark some ideas for your friends and family to try!

Photo contributed by Anna Bailey
Go to a Haunted House

Nothing feels more like October than a scary night!

Visit a Pumpkin Patch

Don’t forget to get cute pictures!

Host a Football Party

Grab the snacks and get ready to root on your team!

Go for a Drive with the Windows Down

Southern heat never lets it get too cold down in Fairhope, Alabama, but you can still soak in the cool weather outside!

Bonfire

There’s nothing better than a night spent under the stars with your friends and some good tunes.

Make Caramel Apples

Making this sweet treat is a great way to get into the fall spirit. Add chocolate, candy, nuts, and more!

Decorate for Halloween

Challenge your neighbors to see who can set up the best decorations!

Boo Someone

Start the train of “booing” in your neighborhood by leaving a package of Halloween goodies and a note that says “You’ve been Booed! Pass it on!”

Volunteer or Donate for the Coming Holidays

There is no greater reward than giving during this season.

Have a Halloween Movie Marathon

Bring on Hocus Pocus, Halloweentown, Blair Witch, and more!

Go to a Corn Maze

Test out your navigation skills with your buddies!

Bake Pies

Apple, chocolate, Oreo, oh my!

Ride Horses

Places such as Oak Hollow Farms provide a perfect way to get into the fall mood by riding horses around the countryside!

Make a Playlist for Cozy Fall Days

Pick out the perfect tunes for sitting around a bonfire.

Roast Smores

Here’s a secret… add a Reese’s cup into the mix… thank us later.

Ride on a Hay Ride

Nothing beats memories like these!

Count your Blessings

There is so much to be thankful for in this season. Spend time with your loved ones and go make some incredible memories that you can chat about around a bonfire a few years from now.

What is your favorite fall tradition? Share it with us on Facebook or Instagram!