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There’s finally a chill in the air and that means EVERYONE is getting out of the house and into some Fall fun! Along with the traditional pumpkin patches and hayrides, there are all kinds of unique and interesting ways to enjoy these wonderful weekends. Try taking a guided stroll through the local haunts or just enjoy the myriad Trunk or Treats that are a staple of this spooky season. Click any of the links below to see comprehensive lists of all the autumnal fun your family can handle!
See something we missed? We do our best to be thorough but there is a whole lot that is always happening in our fair city and we appreciate any help we can get in keeping up. Feel free to fill out our Event Form to have your family-friendly event added to our guide or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Finally, if you do go out and enjoy some fun you found here we’d love it if you’d take a picture and post it on our Facebook page, tweet at us at @rocketcitymom or Instagram it and tag us! It really does make our day to see local families having fun.
A HUGE thanks to Lyon Family Farms for sponsoring Rocket City Mom’s 2014 Fall Activity Guide. We appreciate their support of our efforts to bring Tennessee Valley parents all the information they need to have fun with their families in one easy to find spot.
Lyon Family Farms is located in Taft, Tennessee (view map) just over the state line and opening day is September 20th. It’s family entertainment, country style with more than 150 acres of pumpkins plus a Cow Train, Corn Maze, Inflatable Slides, Baby Animal Petting Barn and much more! This year they are offering a Bounce Back Pass that allows September visitors to return in October for FREE! Details here. [slider auto=”3″ speed=”slow” slider_nav=”no” ] [slide]
Jennifer is the creator and co-editor of Rocket City Mom. She is also a compulsive writer, avid reader, occasional singer and former communications wizard turned toddler wrangler. You can often spot her and her little ones cruising the kiddie hot-spots in their "Rocket Van".