Fun Things For Teens To Do This Fall
Bundle up and spend a couple of hours gliding across the ice. At theRoosevelt Park Family Ice Skating Rinkin Edison (opens Sept. 6, 2019), enjoy the seasonal splendor in this outdoor rink. Or head indoors atIce House Skating Rinkin Hackensack .
This is a great activity for getting outside and getting your hands dirty on a nice fall day. Try classics such as daffodils and tulips, or go for something a bit more exotic like spider lilies or starflowers. Invest a bit of time now and you’ll get to enjoy the blooms’ spectacular colors come springtime. If you live near a state or national park—or can take a day trip to one—you’ll have access to all kinds of cool events that will help you enjoy the season. You can select a particular park or state when browsing the National Parks Events Calendar to see what’s coming up in your area this fall. Get outside to collect leaves to make fall leaf crafts.
With winter coming on, it’s a great idea to make good use of the fall weather while it is here. Here are some low-cost, outdoor fall activities for seniors that our Behavioral Health Specialists put together to help you spend more time with the people who mean the most to you. The leaves are changing, the weather turns crisp but still warm, and everyone takes advantage of the last days of outdoor fall activities before the winter cold weather sets in. Sure, most of us can get apples year-round from the grocery store, but there’s nothing quite like orchard fresh apples, picked straight from the tree during harvest season.
You’ll need a handful of brightly colored leaves, craft paper, and glue. If you’re not sure what to make, try to make a DIY leaf wreath or turkey craft. Getting lost in a corn maze together is a phenomenal bonding exercise because it forces you to work as a team. Whether you hit up a haunted maze or a regular one, you’re bound to share a few laughs while navigating your way through. Challenge your sweetie to a fun round of cornhole — or, better yet, turn it into an all-day affair with other games, like giant Jenga and frisbee. While most games can be played with two people, you might want to turn it into a double date and get some other friends in on the socially-distanced action, too.
For instance, set a goal to walk 30 minutes a day outside on at least five days a week from now until the winter solstice. You might try to get in 60 miles of walking during the month of November . You can use a phone app or fitness tracking device to help you with your goal, or set up a little calendar or journal to track your progress. This kind of goal is especially helpful to me if I’m trying to motivate myself to bundle up and get outdoors even if it’s a chilly or rainy day. The Artful Parent shares a lovely article about using fall leaves and other natural materials to create gorgeous land art.
Get started early with the beauty of autumn as your guide. Try accessible parks and trails in your area that you haven’t yet explored. Visit your city or state parks and recreation website. CookieDurationDescriptioncookielawinfo-checbox-analytics11 monthsThis cookie is set by GDPR Cookie Consent plugin. Explore the resources below and start your outdoor living project. See how others have transformed their outdoor spaces.