Things To Do In The Fall With Kids
Fall activities are a-plenty near us! Hamilton and Halton are home to so many farms, orchards, pumpkin patches, and corn mazes. Plus, throw in a cornucopia of local fall festivals and you’re sure to enjoy the best of autumn for families!
The Best Fall Fun For Families
With multiple galleries and a rooftop garden, there’s something for everyone so make sure to bring the whole family. It’s perfect for little kids and we even had Grandma with us!
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The apple orchard was one of the very first places I took my kids to pick apples. I’m pretty sure we went the first year they were open! And we’ve been recommending it to families ever since.
It’s not Fall without a visit to Hanes Corn Maze. Never been? Here’s the scoop on what makes it an ideal destination for a day out with the family.
The crisp fall air, hayrides, and freshly baked farm treats are a great way to spend a day. If you’re looking for a pumpkin patch, you’ll find all the info you need below.
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Welcome to our popular list of Halloween events in Burlington, Hamilton, Oakville and beyond! We update this list daily, so save this post and check it often! We know families who love Halloween are excited to take their Boo Crew to a spooktacular Halloween event in Niagara and Milton, too!
Make fabulous (and delicious) fall memories at Chudleigh’s Farm in Milton.
Mel Peachy is a new mom who loves getting out there but refuses to break the mat-leave bank to have fun. She’s here to run down her favourite free and
October is the perfect time to watch the leaves in Ontario change from fresh green to warm, firey hues before the frost of winter rolls in. Here are our suggestions for the best places to see leaves change in Burlington and Hamilton.
If you’re looking for a full day of fun at the farm, Downey’s Farm is where you need to go! Animals, pumpkins, slides and more!
Get lost – and found – in a corn maze this fall!
Raise your hand if fall activities are your favourite! Indoors, outdoors, active or relaxed, we have put together sooo many things to do with kids near Hamilton, Halton and Niagara.
Plan something special for Grandparents Day 2022, it’s on Sunday, September 11th this year and it’s the perfect time to shower some time and love on the Nannies, Papas, Omas
Autumn events are in full swing and our events calendar is home to the best fall festivals in Niagara, Hamilton and Halton – and beyond! Apple pie, pumpkin spice, wagon rides and more, these family-friendly harvest festivals deliver more than just jack-o-lanterns!
This fall, don’t let boredom make you or your family go stir-crazy! Keep our Fall Family Bucket List on hand and you’ll always have an answer to “What are we doing today?”
There are lots of pick-your-own apple orchards throughout Halton and into Hamilton. Here’s our pick-your-own apple guide with all the details you need to find an orchard and have some family fun on the farm over the next few weeks.
Here are some of the best-loved and most recommended stroller-friendly trails in Burlington, Oakville and Hamilton. We asked our followers with wee ones where they love to walk with their wagons and wheels.
Visit a Farmer’s Market in Burlington, Hamilton and Oakville. It’s a great way to support the hardworking folks who grow and make our food, and to show the kids where
Chantale took her little one to Triple C Farm and absolutely loved here. Here’s what to expect when you visit!
Find a stunning, natural backdrop for some beautiful selfies!
Fishing in the Hamilton and Burlington area is such a unique way to spend the day in nature. It’s a great family activity for kids and adults of all ages.
Grab your putter and meet me on the links!
Updated for 2022! There’s nothing better than fresh, local produce, and it doesn’t get any fresher than picking your own right at the farm! Read on for local pick-your-own farms.
A day trip to the Pickering Museum Village should absolutely be on your must-do list this summer. Their drive-thru mystery experience was so much fun and well organized, and their
Visit a local fam, zoo or animal experience for a day of family fun.
Let us show you why Springridge Farm in Milton is always a great way to spend a day.
Burlington is consistently voted one of the best cities for families in Canada, and we couldn’t agree more. But it doesn’t have to cost an arm and a leg to
There are so many natural playgrounds near Burlington and Hamilton, and visiting one with a picnic in tow makes for an excellent and inexpensive summer day! What makes it a
Hiking with kids in Hamilton and Halton is a perfect way to soak up some vitamin D and enjoy the calmness (and social distancing) that nature brings. Any excuse to
Brantford Twin Valley Zoo is top of our must-visit destinations for so many reasons. We’ve got all the reasons to visit, plus some helpful hints for your day, right here.
LaSalle Park in Burlington’s west end is one of our favourite parks to visit. It’s got an upgraded playground that kids love, vast amounts of green space and of course,
A visit to The Hamilton Aviary is a great way to feel tropical while supporting this wonderful, volunteer-run bird sanctuary in Dundas, Ontario.
Experience a tropical oasis right in the city when you visit the Cambridge Butterfly Conservatory. Never been? Victoria Schwarzl visited with her daughter this week and took some gorgeous photos
Plan a field trip to the Hamilton Steam Museum and use our Self-Guided Field Trip Guide to add some easy education to your entertainment. This school year, classes and students won’t
The City of Burlington Parks and Recreation Department has released a free sports equipment borrowing program just in time for summer! Read on about the new Burlington Play Equipment Lending
Some uplifting news for Burlington locals! The Burlington Centre Farmers Market will be back for its 62nd year!
Just because you’re not physically close, doesn’t mean you can’t whoop their butts on game night! Here are some creative and out of the box ways of hosting a Social