The Ultimate Outdoors Guide for Fall in Philadelphia
It is no secret, on this blog and in my real life, that I am obsessed with fall. I get the way about fall that some people do about summer: giddy, stir-crazy, kinda itchy to get outside.
If you’re like me (hello, friend!), consider what follows your go-to resource for every fall activity worth doing in our area. I’m talking camping, hiking, apple and pumpkin picking, and more. And if you’re not a fall-lover yet, allow me to convert you.
See you on the trails.
We asked local camping pros where they like to camp in our area. Here, their top five picks for a weekend away from it all.
I went apple picking for the first time since I was a kid last fall, and I had an absolute blast. How I managed to use up nine pounds of fresh-picked apples, however, is another story.
Yes, it’s officially time to break in those hiking boots. Here’s where to take a nice, long stroll in nature this fall.
If you want to peep the changing leaves while getting a nice workout, check out these wooded running spots we love.
Yes, secret. The Natural Lands Trust just launched a new app that shows you trails—open and available to the public—on preserved land throughout our area that you probably didn’t even know existed. Seriously!
Nope, spring’s not the only time you can pack a lunch and eat on a blanket. Here are 10 recipes we suggest for doing just that.
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