8 Fall Activities To Do With Friends

Struggling to find fun things to do with your friends during the fall season? We’ve all been there, texting your friends how you wanna go out and do something but yet can't seem to agree or find something to do. Here’s 8 fall activities to check off your fall bucket list this year!

1. Apple Picking

Nothing better than to initiate the fall weather than grabbing a few friends and heading to a local orchard. Pick some apples, take some cute pictures for the gram, and then head home and make a yummy pie or two.

2. Scary movie night

Scary movies are a classic when it comes to the fall season, pop some popcorn, raid the dollar store of candy, grab some blankets and cuddle up with whoever's closest because we all know that jump scare WILL get you.

3.  Haunted House

If scary movies just aren't scary enough for you, head to a haunted attraction near you, chances are there's multiple within your area. Get the adrenal rush along with terrifying scenes and up close and personal actors.

4.  Carve Pumpkins

Challenge your friends to a carve off to see who has the best skills.. Will it be a classic jack o'lantern or some crazy design? Guess we’ll have to see!

5.  Halloween party

    Who says Halloween is just for little kids? Grab your costume whether you’re with a group or by yourself and show everyone who the real competition is. Get some snacks, turn up the music and get the dancing started!

6.   Corn Maze

Why get lost on campus, when you can get lost in a corn maze? Corn mazes are the go to for a good time with some friends or family, but be careful.. You might get trapped if you get lost for too long..

7.  Fall Photo Shoot

    Did someone say photo shoot? We all know most teens will do anything for that perfect instagram pic. Get all dressed up in the go to fall outfits.. aka sweaters and boots, and have a photo shoot, go crazy! After all, candids are always the best pictures to post!

8.Friendsgiving  

Did Halloween pass? Well no biggie, thanksgiving is right around the corner. Invite over some friends the day after thanksgiving and throw a “friendsgiving” eat some leftovers, reconnect and just enjoy the time appreciating and giving thanks to the ones who aren't blood related but almost feel like it.

 

 

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