5 Local Family Fall Activities

If you're looking for some fun local activities to do with your family now that Fall is here, there are a variety of great things to do and places to visit. No matter the age of your kids, you're sure to find some fun things to do this Fall. Check out these 5 local activities:


1. Fright Nights at the PNE

Perfect for older kids & those who like a good scare!

For rates & info click here.


2. Stanley Park Ghost Train

A fun & less scary attraction for the family that likes to get spooked.

For info & rates, click here.


3. Visit a Local Farm or Pumkin Patch

There are a variety of local farms with various activities, including hay rides and petting zoos. Each has something a little different to offer.

For a list of local options, click here


4. Go Through a Corn Maze

A fun activity for all ages!

For a list of local corn mazes, click here.


5. Haunted Village at Burnaby Village Museum

A great way to combine education with seasonal fun.

For rates and information, click here.

What's your favourite activity to do with your family in the Fall? Do you do something close to home or go for a drive to get to your favourite spot? 

Are you looking for an area close to places your family can visit, such as parks, attractions, museums, etc? Contact me to help you find areas that are perfect for your fammily.


Image Sources:

PNE Fright Nights: 604 Now

Stanley Park Ghost Train: Inside Vancouver

Pumpkin Patch: The Innovation Diaries

Corn maze: Miss604

Haunted Village: Burnaby Village Musuem

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