Caramel Apple Making
There are lots of simple recipes out there, or you can always try out something gourmet if you’re feeling up to it. Make sure that you’ve got a good sized work space and lots of candy toppings and you’re set for a sweet date.
The leaves are changing colors and most parks are at their most beautiful state so take your dinner to the park instead of eating at your dining table, or meet up during your lunch break.
Fall Festival or Corn Maze
There are lots of festivals around this time of year, and there are lots of local family-owned ones that are relatively inexpensive as well! Whether it’s just a few food trucks and some games or a full corn maze it’s lots of fun to get outside and enjoy the chilly weather.
For those of you that can stomach having creepily costumed people jump out at every corner, head to a haunted house! This is an especially fun group date because there is obviously safety in numbers.
It’s football season! Take advantage of that by heading to a game in your area. It doesn’t have to be an NFL game to be fun; check out the times that your local high school is playing and head over there!
Scary Movie Night
My idea of a scary movie would probably be the Haunted Mansion, ha! So I’m all for popping up some popcorn and snuggling up to watch Eddie Murphy. If you’re braver than me turn on a legitimate horror movie and curl up on the couch together!
What is fall without visiting a pumpkin patch? Grab your guy or gal and go pick out a pumpkin that you can carve together! Roast the seeds for a yummy snack afterwards.
These are just a handful of ideas for Fall dates, do you have any that you love? Let us know in the comments
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