5 Activities To Do This Fall In Connecticut

Fall in Connecticut can be a beautiful season with countless activities that are fun for all. Below we’ll list 5 we think you should do and where you should go to check them off the list!

Get lost in a corn maze

Getting lost in a corn maze can be the perfect date activity or fun for the whole family! It’s hard to go wrong with this option with well over a dozen in Connecticut but we suggest Lyman Orchards in Middlefield. Stop by their farm store after you make it out for some great food and sweets! Check the video below from Lyman’s 2018 corn maze.


Hike to see the changing leaves

There are multiple spots throughout the state to take in the beauty of the changing autumn leaves. Our pick is Talcott Mountain State Park in Simsbury. A hike to the top will give you sweeping views of the valley below and show you a countless mile display of colors.



Go apple picking

Apple picking is a great way to have fun outside plus get some tasty food for later! Another activity with many options in state we think you should visit Rogers Orchards in Southington. Open since 1809, Rogers knows a thing or two about apples, let’s just say that.




Visit a pumpkin patch

Just like apple picking, going to a pumpkin patch can be a family friendly event that gets you outside in the crisp New England air. Bishop’s Orchard in Guilford is the perfect setting to find a pumpkin and enjoy fall along the CT coast.




Visit a local brewery

There are dozens of great breweries throughout the state but our pick is Fat Orange Cat Brew Co. in East Hampton. This brewery is located in a peaceful back woods setting and is only open on the weekends. We suggest visiting their website or social media for the most up to date hours of operation. Sit back and relax.