Guide to Ann Arbor Fall Fun

What’s your favorite part of Ann Arbor fall? Mine is probably the donuts and cider that are available. Whether you love going to the Apple Orchard, Going for a Hay Ride, Halloween, or a Michigan Football Guide, our Ann Arbor Fall Guide has tips for you.

Ann Arbor Fall Guide

Ann Arbor Fall Guides

For me the first sign of fall (other than kids returning to school), is the start of the apple picking season. We are lucky to have so many great orchards and cider mills in the Ann Arbor area.

Ann Arbor Outdoor Activities - Ann Arbor Orchards & Cider Mills

We also love visiting the corn maze. I’m going to try to convince my family to visit a new maze this year. Many of our local corn mazes offer other farm fun, so be sure to check out our Corn Maze Guide for details on all the information.


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Ann Arbor Corn Maze GuideAnd don’t forget the Pumpkin Patches. They range from a simple place to pick up to pumpkins to all day destinations.

Ann Arbor Pumpkin Patches

Of course in a college town, fall means College Football. We have 6 tips if you are heading to a Michigan Football game with kids.


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6 Tips for Attending a Michigan Football Game with Kids

Ann Arbor Halloween

Of course no discussion of Fall is complete without Halloween. Over the years of writing this site, I’ve realized Ann Arbor loves Halloween. There are tons of great events and I always see a traffic spike. Check out our Halloween picks in our guide to Washtenaw Halloween Happenings and links to events throughout Southeast Michigan.

Washtenaw Halloween HappeningsWondering what time trick or treat is in various communities? We’ve got the list of Washtenaw Country Trick or Treat Times.

Ann Arbor Trick or Treat Times

Check out these local Halloween Restaurant Specials.

2018 Ann Arbor Halloween Dining Deals

 

Fall Festivals, Hayrides & More Fall Fun

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Anna Mae

Anna Mae owns & operates Ann Arbor with Kids, a website dedicated to Family Activities in Ann Arbor. My husband and I moved to Ann Arbor in 2003 and our daughter joined the family in 2006.

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