10 Things You Should Add To Your Fall Bucket List In Arizona
We're all for apple and pumpkin everything.
As much as we love summer, we've truly been counting down the days until it's pumpkin spice season. Once it's officially September we're going to go wild for pumpkin everything. From corn mazes and haunted houses, we've got a list of things to do in fall in Arizona.
Oktoberfest In Flagstaff
Price: $10 per person
Address: Wheeler Park, 212 W Aspen Ave, Flagstaff, AZ 86001
Why you should go: You can wear your favorite cozy sweater and enjoy the fall season with warm pretzels, beer, and bratwurst!
The Pumpkin Patch Train
Price: $29 per person
Address: 233 N. Grand Canyon Blvd., Williams, AZ 86046
Why you should go: You'll get to go to a secret pumpkin patch that's only accessed by train! Apple cider, pumpkin pie, and a hay bale maze are what you can expect when you go.
Sunflower Picking At Apple Annie's Orchard
Price: Free admission
Address: 6405 W. Williams Rd, Willcox, AZ 85643
Why you should go: You canat this orchard! There's also apple, peach, and other fruits or vegetables you can pick too.
Apple Picking At Apple Annie's Orchard
Price: Free admission
Location: 2081 W Hardy Rd, Willcox, AZ 85643
Why you should go: Nothing screams fall like picking your own apples. You can even make sweet homemade desserts with them.
Downtown Donut Festival
Price: $8 - $10 per person
Location: Margaret T. Hance Park 67 W Culver St, Phoenix, AZ 85003
Why you should go:and cold weather are the ultimate fall combo. You can even try savory donuts and wash it away with a glass of wine.
Hike Through The Inner Basin Trail
Price: Free, $5 parking fee
Location: Near Flagstaff, AZ
Why you should go: Fall is the best time to hike here. The weather is beautiful and the Aspen trees have golden leaves. It's an autumn paradise.
Arizona State Fair
Price: $6 - $100 per person
Location: 1826 West Mcdowell Rd., Phoenix, AZ
Why you should go: Embrace fall this year with a trip to the Arizona State Fair. You can enjoy the cool weather and indulge in delicious fair food.
Visit The Haunted Graveyard
Location:8414 E Valley Vista Dr., Scottsdale, AZ 85250
Why you should go: Open only five days in October, you can expect to encounter terrifying frights in this haunted horror house and graveyard.
Pumpkin Patch At Mother Nature's Farm
Price: $5 - $10 per person
Location: 1663 E. Baseline Rd., Gilbert, AZ 85233
Why you should go: Fall is about everything pumpkin! Even if you're not a pumpkin spice lover you can enjoy the season by visiting a good ol' pumpkin patch.
Dia De Los Muertos Festival
Location: 1 E. Main St. P.O. Box 1466 Mesa, AZ
Why you should go: You can enjoy authentic food and learn about the Day of the Dead celebration. There will also be live performances for you to enjoy.
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