Welcome to the -ber months.
Not sure what that means? We’re talking September, October, and November — otherwise known as the best season in all of Ohio. It’s officially fall, and there’s no time to waste. Here’s what you need to do to make the most of it.
Find the foliage
Break out the rakes. This fall foliage map, created by the Ohio Department of Natural Resources, has the leaves changing colors around mid-October in central Ohio. We recommend stopping by these scenic parks.
See the shows
Pick the patch
Take a quick road trip to a nearby county and pick up locally grown pumpkins. Plus, many of these farms offer petting zoos, fresh apple cider, and kid-friendly activities. This quintessential fall day is already planned for you on our site.
Stream the scary (movies)
Head to a local theater to watch a new or classic horror movie. New releases include “Saw X,” and theaters like Gateway Film Center + Marcus Theatre Crosswoods have screened favorites such as “Halloween” in the past. Plus, did you know these six horror flicks have ties to Ohio?
Savor the season
We firmly believe all fall days should begin with a pumpkin-flavored drink. Skip the long lines at your favorite chain spot and grab one of these local options instead.
Bonus: Open the windows
Picture this: A cool breeze just rolled through your window as the morning sunlight begins to peek in. With a sigh of relief, you can finally turn off your air conditioning.
How do you spend your autumn? Let us know and we may add our favorites to this bucket list.