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If you are looking for things to do in Orlando this weekend, never fear, fall family fun season is here! (The rhyming was totally by accident. Too many bedtime stories to the 3 year old) Fall is our absolute favorite time of year; we love it even more than Christmas. That is probably heresy around these parts, but there is just something about going to the farm for some great family fun that the kids and adults alike can get into.

The season officially kicked off last week and there are a bunch of options for families looking to go pumpkin picking or to a fall festival in the Orlando area.

Pumpkin Patches

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A lot of Pumpkins at Santa’s Christmas Tree Forest
Painted Oaks Academy Pumpkin Patch
Pumpkin Patch and Hayride at Lake Nona YMCA Monday Market
Southern Hill Farms Pumpkin Patch and Fall Festival
St Luke’s UMC Pumpkin Patch
Pumpkin Festival at Horse Power Ranch

Fall Festivals

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Celebration Fall Festival
Club Lake Plantation Fall Festival
Hastings Ranch and Farm Fall Festival
Lakeside Park Fall Festival
Lukas Nursery Fall Festival
Stanley Pond Adventure Farm Fall Festival
Southern Hill Farms Pumpkin Patch and Fall Festival

We always wear our costume to fall festivals, because it is another reason to get dressed up. The kids love it as much as I do. Typically we have one costume for fall festivals and outdoor events and then another costume for indoor events and Halloween itself. No we aren’t big ballin shot callin to buy two costumes for each kid; we usually just save last year’s costume to wear for the outdoor events. This year my kids are going to be harry potter and Bumblebee from Transformers. Last year’s costumes were Elmo and Jessie from Team Rocket on Pokemona

If you attend one of the listed events, please send us a picture and will feature you in our fall roundup.