With fall just around the corner, it is time to get excited about all of the wonderful foods that will be coming into season. When fruits and veggies are in season it means that they are naturally at their best. Fall Is a time that…
It is probably about a 50/50 split on those that truly enjoy the season of fall. You have your basic girls that love the pumpkin lattes and are SO pumped to wear their boots and sweaters. Then, you have your fall enthusiasts that enjoy the season for the wonderful activities that come with it.
I have spent the last few college years enjoying the boots and sweater part of fall, but now it is time to enjoy the weather and activities. I doubt many of you know of the different near-by locations that have fall activities, so I wanted to put them all together for you so you can enjoy this beautiful season with some fun fall events.
One of the most popular locations near Whitewater to have some fall fun is Schuster’s Farm. It is located about 25 miles away from campus, but totally worth the drive. They offer the following: corn maze, pumpkin patch, pig races, farm animals, a corn cannon, a haunted forest, and more!
Another great location is Busy Barns Adventure Farm located in Fort Atkinson, so a bit closer. The offer hay wagon rides, a pumpkin patch, corn maze, and a Rooster Run. They are only open on the weekends, although it is a great, close location that can help you find your perfect pumpkin or corn maze adventure!
If you are really interested in corn mazes, then Skelly’s Farm Market is the place for you! They are located just outside of Janesville, WI, and have been around for 15+ years offering a variety of different corn mazes. They also have fresh produce you can buy and many other activities throughout the fall season!
And lastly, have you ever heard of the Fuzzy Pig? During the summer, they are a cute, country store and restaurant located just outside of Whitewater. In the fall, they are the scariest haunted houses within 100 miles of campus. Check out their creepy houses here!
One of the greatest things about living in Wisconsin is enjoying the change of seasons. That means, even if it is 50 degrees out, go outside and enjoy it! Carve pumpkins and get lost in corn mazes.
So pick your favorite location, throw on some boots and a sweater, grab your pumpkin latte, and have some fun!
“It doesn’t matter how slow you go, as long as you keep on going.”