Utah’s seasonal transitions usher in a time of spectacular and long-awaited beauty. It’s no secret that fall is everyone’s favourite season: what with the fresh, crisp air, vibrant foliage, carvable pumpkins, apple crisp and forthcoming festivities. Now is the time to do all the fun fall things you’ve been meaning to do, like breaking out the scarves and flannel and sipping pumpkin spice lattes.
Learn the ins and outs of corn mazes and pick out your own pumpkins at a farm near you.
Autumn isn’t complete without festivals dedicated to the yearly transformation of the leaves, corn mazes and pumpkin patches. The majority of Utah County’s fall celebrations take place between the end of September and the beginning of November.
The corn maze at Cornbelly’s Thanksgiving Point is one of the top visited attractions in Utah by those aged 55 and above. In addition, there’s a special haunted section that’s only suitable for individuals above the age of 12. Here are the fall activities in utah there.
The best site to visit is Heehaw Farms.
Located not far from Pleasant Grove, Heehaw Farms is a great place to take the kids. The Annual Giant Pumpkin Drop, a corn maze, a pumpkin patch where visitors can choose their own pumpkins, and a trick-or-treat hayride are just a few of the fun things to do here.
Glen Ray’s Corn Maze
A corn maze of 7-acre jack-o’-lantern with interactive activities and a ghost corn maze are just two of the many exciting attractions at this festival in Spanish Fork.
Rowley’s Farm, home of the Red Barn The apple cannons, waggon rides and delicious apple slushes at this farm near Santaquin make the Back 40 Corn Mazes well worth the journey.
Farm of Wilkerson
This Orem farm has a 5-acre corn maze, attractions, tasty food and a wide selection of decorative pumpkins for sale.
Carved pumpkins by Jaker
The Springville corn “maize” boasts a corn fountain, a corn pit, and a wide variety of pumpkins for sale, making it a fun outing for the entire family.
Celebration of Autumn in Saratoga Springs
Participate in the Ghostly Greetings, Great Saratoga Pumpkin Hunt, or The Headless Horseman while sampling a variety of delectable dishes and refreshing drinks.
Take a train ride in scenic Provo Canyon.
While you enjoy the fall foliage, the Heber Valley Railroad will take you further into Provo Canyon. They also provide train excursions with Halloween and pumpkin themes, with names like “The Wizard’s Train” and “Pumpkin Train.”
Hiking and Camping in the Autumn
Although s’mores are more of a summertime pleasure, October is a wonderful time to go camping because to the mild temperatures and the chance to cuddle up close to the campfire.
Check out Evermore Park’s World of Lore.
Every year around Halloween, Evermore Park hosts LORE, an original and terrifying haunted attraction. The amusement park has several games, character interactions and quests, animal encounters, and other activities such as axe throwing, archery, and encounters with exotic birds, reptiles, horses, and ponies.