With its mild weather, big blue skies, changing leaves, and abundance of fall activities, autumn is a favorite time of year for Cincinnati residents. For families in the area looking to make some fall memories with your children, here’s The Gardner School’s list of top Cincinnati-area fall activities you won’t want to miss.
Fall Fun at Blooms and Berries Farm Market
Families are sure to make some fall memories at Blooms and Berries Farm Market! With its 7-acre corn maze, and a host of farm activity favorites, such as a hayride to the pumpkin patch through a themed woods, you’ll watch your little ones be amazed as they play in Blooms and Berries’ straw maze and bucking cow train. The farm’s animals are always eager to meet and greet during your family visit.
Fall Hike at Cincinnati Nature Center
Cincinnati Nature Center’s award-winning trails, in two locations, wind through the region’s natural habitats of Eastern deciduous forest, fields, streams and ponds. Rowe Woods, located in Milford, Ohio, spans 1,020 acres and offers more than 16 miles of hiking trails. Long Branch Farm & Trails, located in Goshen, Ohio, contains 642 acres of forest and farmland with four miles of hiking trails accessible to members only. With all the fall foliage to enjoy, hiking these trails are sure to be fun for the whole family.
Cincinnati Family’s Family Fall Fest
On October 14th, load up the whole family and head to the Cincinnati Family Fall Fest at the Mason Community Center. Bring the kids in their Halloween costumes for a costume parade, and mini pumpkins are available for the first 300 children. Kids will enjoy trick-or-treating with over 40 vendors, carnival games, live entertainment, and more fall fun.
Halloween Nights at Parky’s Farm at Winton Woods
Join in on the spooky, hardly-haunted fun at Parky’s Farm at Winton Woods. This annual event features hay wagon rides, festive Halloween displays, and family fun entertainment for all ages throughout the month of October.