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Gardening, Gold, and Going Fishing 3 Fun Family Activities for Fall It’s fall, which means social media will soon be saturated with pictures of your friends enjoying “classic” fall activities. Photos of leaf peeping, apple picking, and the occasional scarecrow run rampant. But rather than following the herd, you can make your family the trendsetter of unique fall activities! Here are a few outdoor endeavors your family will love. GET GARDENING. Fall is the time for harvest, but if you want to enjoy flowers in the spring, it’s also a time for planting. The cooler autumn air is easier on plants, but the soil is still warm enough for roots to grow before the ground freezes for winter. Tulips, daffodils, and hyacinths are all spring bulbs that need to be planted in the fall. Do a little research with your family to determine the best time to start planting in your area. PAN FOR GOLD. Here’s one that’s really off the beaten path: Take your family on an adventure panning for gold! Start by planning a road trip out to an old ghost town. Many of them have great tourist attractions that include gold panning. You probably won't get rich, but it will still be a fun story. If you’re not able to make the trip, you can always create a gold panning operation at home! Visit MessForLess.net/panning-for-
gold-activity for a great step-by-step guide on how to go panning for gold in your own backyard. HEAD TO THE FISHING HOLE. Here in Georgia, September is the perfect time for a fishing trip. Whether you prefer to cast your line in a pond, a stream, or off the coast, you can’t go wrong trying your luck in the fall. The weather is almost always cool and pleasant this time of year, and odds are good you’ll snag a fish for supper. Try angling for redfish, trout, black drum, flounder, Atlantic croaker, or whiting on your next trip. Near Atlanta, Sweetwater Creek State Park, Stone Mountain Lake, and High Falls State Park are some of our favorite spots.
Spend this fall outdoors and create great new memories with your family!
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