Alabama October 18, 2019
9 Autumn Adventures To Add To Your Family’s Fall Itinerary
Here in Alabama, there’s no shortage of things to do, especially during this time of year. From hiking scenic trails to zip lining through forests, there’s something for everyone. Listed below are nine activities you’ll most certainly want to add to your family’s fall itinerary. Check them out!
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1. Experience the views from Alabama's highest natural point.
Cheaha Mountain, also known as Mt. Cheaha, is Alabama's highest natural point. It produces some of the state's most beautiful scenic views, especially during the fall season.
2. Stay the weekend in a charming mountaintop cabin.
There's no better time to book a relaxing weekend than during the fall season. A wonderful place to stay is Little Cabin on the Brow, which is located in the lovely town of Mentone. For information on amenities and how to book your stay, click
3. Take the challenge of exploring a corn maze.
During the fall season, families can't get enough of corn mazes. One of the best corn mazes in Alabama you'll want to visit with your family is 4D Farm in Cullman. For information, click
4. Explore one of Alabama's most scenic places.
Without a doubt, Alabama is an outdoorsman's dream! One of the best places to explore this time of year is Little River Canyon National Preserve in Fort Payne, which offers a multitude of activities such as hiking, camping, fishing, and more.
5. Spend the weekend camping at one of America's largest campgrounds.
There are several places to camp in Alabama, including Wind Creek State Park. With 586 campsites, it's home to one of America's largest state-operated campgrounds. For information on how to reserve a campsite, click
6. Go zip lining through a forest.
Birmingham's Red Mountain Park offers seven zip lines that'll take you on a thrilling ride through a forest. Twenty treetop rope and cable obstacles are also offered. To learn all about this adventure park, including other activities it offers, click
7. Visit a pumpkin patch.
No fall season is complete without a visit to the pumpkin patch. For many families, this has become a yearly tradition. One of Alabama's best pumpkin patches to visit this fall is The Great Pumpkin Patch in Hayden. For information click
8. Spend an afternoon hiking between massive boulders.
The Stone Cuts Trail is a unique hiking trail that's located inside Huntsville's Monte Sano State Park. Because it has an easy rating, the entire family can do it.
9. Attend the 76th Annual National Peanut Festival.
The 76th Annual National Peanut Festival is located at the Dothan Fairgrounds and is the nation's largest peanut festival. It's scheduled to take place November 1-10, 2019, and approximately 200,000 people are expected to attend. This annual festival offers a variety of activities for all ages, including animal attractions, amusement rides, concerts, and more. For more information, click
What activities are you and your family planning to do this fall season? Let us know in the comments below!
For the best times and places to experience Alabama’s beautiful fall foliage, click
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