Fall 2020 Bucket List: Fun Autumn Activities
Things To Do Before 2020 Ends
As you wrap up your bucket list of summer things to do this 2020, you must be starting to check items off of your list, right? And let’s face it, from brilliant colored leaves falling to the sweet smell of pumpkin spice, there’s a bit of magic when it comes to the autumn months. Since the autumn months are almost over and soon it will be too cold to do anything outside, be sure to get at least some of the things on your bucket list checked off before the coldest months come like working out with your favorite top rated cooling towel.
Whether you are harvesting crops or just seeking to harvest family memories, this list of fun autumn activities will keep you pleasantly busy all throughout the last few months of the year.
1. Leaf Pile Jumping
Jumping into piles of crisp golden leaves is an autumnal rite of passage that should not be denied to the young and to the young at heart. Just make sure that you’ve raked and piled the leaves yourself, so you don’t accidentally ruin someone else’s hard work!
2. Chestnut Roasting Parties
Next to pumpkins, chestnuts are just one of the most essential flavors of fall. They crumble in your mouth, leaving a deliciously decadent and sweet earthy flavor. So, why not make them at home? They can easily be roasted in the oven, but for an added fall bucket list challenge buy yourself a chestnut roaster and follow the directions of you can even turn it into a group affair and roast chestnuts on an open fire with friends and family.
3. Decorate Your Mantle For Autumn
Vibrant colors of leaves in auburn, orange and red can be casually placed on the mantel with pumpkins and fall scented candles perched among them. Keep it bright and simple with plenty of texture to give a warm and cozy feel to your fireplace. If you are on the less creative side, there are some pretty fall mantle examples on Southern Living.
4. Take a Fall Foliage Drive
Foretelling the coming of fall foliage is a tricky endeavor, but well worth the effort if you want to see the colorful dance of stunning reds, yellows, and orange. This color extravaganza is particularly breathtaking, so pack your binoculars, strap your hiking boots and strap your camera around your neck and get ready to fire up your Instagram feed with an explosion of fiery fall colors. To find out where fall is at its best, visit the Smoky Mountains Fall Foliage prediction map and plan ahead. You’re bound to find a number of destinations to add to your fall bucket list.
5. Get Lost In A Corn Maze
In a recently old horror film, The Maze (2010) five friends play tag in a corn maze only to be tracked down by a psychopathic killer. In most cases, however, the worst that can happen to you if you get lost in a corn maze is to struggle a little to get out. It won’t keep you occupied for hours unless of course, you’re in a maze-like the one created by The Midwest’s original Fall Festival is celebrating its 22nd year of family fun in the Twin Cities. Located in Shakopee, Minnesota.