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6 Things To Do In Florida To Have A Fall You'll Never Forget

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Fun Fall Activities In Florida To Ring In The Season With

The coziest season of all is finally here, and even in The Sunshine State, you can celebrate autumn in tons of fun ways. While Floridians may have to wait a bit longer for true sweater weather, you can ring in the season with these fun fall activities in Florida.

Some of Florida's oldest cities will still be running ghost tours that will send a chill down your bones.

One such tour will take place in Tampa, where you'll embark on a thrilling adventure through one of the city's oldest neighborhoods.

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If you're brave enough, you can even explore the creepy ruins of an old plantation right on Florida's east coast.

Picking out the perfect pumpkin is a favorite holiday tradition, and this year, there are some patches that make it so you won't even have to get out of your car.

If you're still wanting that tradition of picking through a patch, there will be pumpkin patches open throughout the state as well.

Even being The Sunshine State, there's plenty of fun things to do to ring in the autumn season in Florida this year.

Taste The World At EPCOT

Address: EPCOT, 200 EPCOT Center Dr., Lake Buena Vista, FL

The Taste of EPCOT has been downsized this year, but it will take you on a culinary journey around the world in one single location, giving you the perfect fall treats to enjoy.

Pick Out The Perfect Pumpkin From Your Car

Address: Tamiami Park, 11201 SW 24th St., Miami, FL

Pumpkin patches are going drive-thru, and in Miami, Not So Spooky has a great one where you can pick out the perfect pumpkin for fall without having to leave your car.

Take A Haunting Tour Around Ybor City

Address: 1523 E. 7th Ave., Tampa, FL

Ybor City in Tampa is a party hotspot, but it's also filled with haunting ghosts and legends. The Ybor City Ghost Tour will take you and your crew exploring the scary areas of one of Tampa's oldest neighborhoods.

Take A Hike To Explore A Haunted Ruins

Address: 3351 Old Dixie Hwy., Ormand Beach, FL

You can take a fall hike on the Bulow Woods Trail in Bulow Creek State Park, which leads you to the creepy charred ruins of the Bulow Plantation.

Go Glamping In A Yurt 

Address: Torreya State Park, 2576 N.W. Torreya Park Rd., Bristol, FL

With the weather beginning to turn cooler, fall will be the perfect time to plan your next glamping outing in Torreya State Park's iconic yurts, and you can rent them for only $40 per night!

See Actual Fall Foilage In The Sunshine State  

Address: Torreya State Park, 2576 N.W. Torreya Park Rd., Bristol, FL

While you're glamping in your yurt, you can witness the beauty of the leaves changing colors in this scenic Florida Panhandle state park!

So make those plans to ring in fall in the Sunshine State!

Before you get going, check our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and most of all, be respectful on your trip.

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