Fall is without a doubt one of the most beautiful times of the year. The leaves on the trees are changing colors, there is a crisp chill in the air, and almost every item at the grocery store features a limited edition pumpkin flavor. A great way to make sure you take full advantage of this stunning season is to make a bucket list — and this one in particular is designed to be super teen-friendly. We all know it can be difficult sometimes to get your teens to want to participate in “family fun” activities, but this list of exciting fall activities for teens is sure to have them wanting to join!
Visit A Pumpkin Patch
Pumpkin patches are perfect and fun for nearly every age. Aside from just picking pumpkins, there are usually plenty of other activities like hay rides, corn mazes, and sometimes even farm animals! Visiting a pumpkin patch is perfect on a crisp fall Saturday.
Go Apple Picking
I mean, what could be more fun? Plus, the beautiful apple trees provide a great backdrop for the teens that are looking for a photo op.Create The Perfect Bucket List With These 7 Fall Activities For Teens Click To Tweet
Try A New Recipe
Around this time of year, nearly every food at the grocery store features a pumpkin-flavored version (Trader Joe’s has some of the best selection in my opinion!). But if you’re looking to create something from scratch, try one of these: Apple Crisp, Pumpkin Roll, Spiced Pecans, Chai Latte
Take Photos Of The Scenery
Perfect when you need a new background for your phone! Photos can easily be taken on a smartphone, or on a professional camera if you have on one hand. Since teens are never more than a few feet away from their phone, this one is super easy!
Go To A Haunted House (if you dare!)
With fall comes Halloween..which of course means being scared! If a scary movie doesn’t suffice, teens can get a group of friends together to head to a local haunted house on a Friday night.
High School Football Game
For some (and I would argue most), fall means Friday night football games! Encourage your high schoolers to head to the game rather than staying in on the weekend. This is also a great idea for those with younger kids. Just make sure to dress accordingly!
Have A Bonfire
When looking for fall activities for teens, look no further. Bonfires aren’t just for summertime! They’re great when you can bundle up in a sweatshirt with a blanket and make s’mores. They’re also easy go-to if planning last minute!
Cheers to Fall 2018! Let us know which of these fall activities for teens are your favorite!