Fun Fall Things to Do in Jersey Blog

With Fall right around the corner, it’s time to start trading in your board-shorts for jeans.  The change of seasons also comes with a change of activities to do around the area.  For instance, places all around the state during the fall time, such as Battleview Orchards in Freehold or  Eastmont Orchards in Colts Neck offer pumpkin picking, apple picking, and even berry picking.  In conjunction with picking your own apples and pumpkin, exploring farms with hayrides is another great activity to do with your loved ones and families.

New Jersey also has a wide variety of wineries that host great fall festivals from September through November.  For example, Laurita winery hosts a number of fire pit, food truck, and wine festivals during the fall time.  Located in New Egypt, Laurita’s food truck festivals are great fun for those of all ages.  Not only are there a huge variety of great food trucks to choose from, there are item vendors, face painting stations, and a line dancing class for those of all ages.  For the hiking enthusiasts, or those who like to see the leaves change color, NJ has a ton of hiking trails to choose from including the 72.2 miles of Appalachian Trial that runs through the Garden State.

While the end of summer may be a bit of a bummer for some, there are still a lot of things to do in New Jersey during the fall time.  The great thing about the fall time in New Jersey is that many people don’t truly realize all the things Jersey has to offer.  We’re mainly known for our beaches and boardwalks, but if you look hard enough and do your research, you’ll find that there are many things to do in Jersey all year round.