My Fall Favorites in Cleveland, Ohio
Cleveland in the Fall is one of my favorite things to experience. The season doesn’t usually pick up until late September to early October and you still may get a few hot days in the mix but there’s something special about fall. Chilly mornings, crunchy footsteps walking through fallen leaves, intense autumn colors, apple cider, pumpkin farms and one step closer to spooky season, I see you Halloween! There’s so much to love about fall, here are some of my favorites…
Visit Rocky River Reservation for
incredibly beautiful Fall Colors
There are many parks within Cleveland’s Metropark’s but Rocky River Reservation has always been one of my favorites. One of my favorite things to do is hike (or sometimes attempt to run, haha) up the Fort Hill Stairs. The park is absolutely stunning in the peak fall season.
See a waterfall in the fall
at Cuyahoga Valley National Park
While Brandywine Falls isn’t the only thing to see at Ohio’s only National Park, it’s one of the more spectacular views.
With the fall foliage surrounding it expect to see some incredible colors. The rustling of fall leaves mixed with the sound of a waterfall sets you up for a nice, relaxing fall day in the park.
Visit Szalay’s Farm & Market For
Fall Goodies And A Corn Maze
If you visit Cuyahoga National Park for some colorful fall exploring be sure to stop at Szalay’s Farm for some fall goodies. Pumpkins, corn, and all kinds of fall goodies can be found here including a giant corn maze! If you’re looking for that fall farm feeling be sure to stop by. Visit their website here for more details.
Go to Cedar Point’s Halloweekends
for a spooky good time
Ah, America’s Roller Coast! I’ll admit, we haven’t visited recently but one of my favorite times at the park is during Halloweekends! The park gets spooky making it extra fun and it’s not as hot as during the summer. Cedar Point is a short trip west of Cleveland in Sandusky, Ohio and worth the visit!
Check out more information here
What are your favorite Fall things to do where you’re from?