New Ideas for Fall Fun in New Hampshire

New Ideas for Fall Fun in New Hampshire

Fall is that wonderful time of the year when the trees look like they’re on fire, yet no one calls the fire department. Buses filled with eager tourists jam the highways, making the yearly pilgrimage to leaf peep and marvel at the robust reds, oranges and yellows that only the trees in the autumn season can produce. New Hampshire is no stranger to fall fun. It is one of the best states by far to view the grandeur of fall foliage and admire the nature all around us. This state is also very lucky because there are so many fall activities around the area that are all about celebrating the autumnal season. From Mid-September through the end of November, fall may not be the longest season but it definitely makes the most of its short lifespan. If you are looking for fun fall festivities to frolic to, here are some great options.

Sherman Farm Center, Conway

The fall feel really comes alive once you head north in New Hampshire.  In Conway, at the Sherman Farm Center, you can experience a New England style farm stand that is awesome family fun. This farm center boasts more than just the usual apple orchard, pumpkin patches and cider doughnuts, though. Sherman Farms has one of the biggest corn mazes in New England, with the shape of the maze having a different theme every year, ranging from regional sports championships to farming. Children can also have fun in the multiple other attractions like a sandbox filled with corn, a petting zoo or a hayride around the property. The attractions come in an admission price depending on what you want to do, but there are so many options to keep you and your family busy throughout the day. The activities run throughout October into early November.

Spooky World, Litchfield

Once Halloween is in the minds of everyone and the days get shorter,  it is hard to not think about haunted attractions. Spooky World in Litchfield is the perfect example of scares after dark. Spooky World is one of the biggest haunted attractions in the area and it is full of screams and terror. There are so many frightfully fun things to do here, with the haunted hayrides and beer garden for the adults, to the popular attraction, “Festival of Fear”. These attractions are no joke and you will get scared, so it is preferable to use caution when thinking about bringing children to this event. If you are more than ready to face the horrors and scares that await you in Spooky World, then feel free to go there every weekend night from now until early November.  

New Hampshire is one of the best places to experience fall and everything the season has to offer. It is even better if you live in the Granite State, though, because you get to experience the amazing sights and events every year.

Red Oak Apartment Homes has over 1,600 apartments in Southern New Hampshire, all just a short drive away from the events above and more, plus all the great aspects of a typical and magical New Hampshire autumn.  Contact us for more information or to schedule a tour.  Check out our availability list.