Fall is the time of year where there’s a million things to do: carve pumpkins, bonfires, football games, apple picking, corn mazes, Thanksgiving preparations- it never ends. Personally, it’s my favorite time of the year, and I take advantage of every chance I get to go out and savor every last bit of (semi) nice Northeast Ohio weather. Keep reading for 10 fall road trips to take around Kent! Everything is within an hour drive!
1. Hike gorgeous trails at Quail Hollow.
13480 Congress Lake Avenue, Hartville, OH 44632
Enjoy miles of beautiful fall trails!
2. Get lost in a corn maze at Maize Valley!
6193 Edison St NE, Hartville, OH 44632
Fall is Maize Valley’s biggest time of the year with various activities to enjoy with family and friends!
3. Pick the best pumpkins at Kingsway Pumpkin Farm.
1555 Andrews St NE, Hartville, OH 44632
It’s time to start carving!
4. Enjoy a scenic hayride at Mapleside Farms Pumpkin Village.
294 Pearl Road, Brunswick, OH 44212
5. Get fresh apples at Patterson Fruit Farm.
11414 Caves Rd, Chesterland, OH 44026
Go for a wagon ride out to the orchard!
6. Enjoy cider at Beckwith’s Apple Orchard.
1617 Lake Rockwell Rd, Kent, OH 44240
Go to the farmers market and grab the freshest cider while you’re at it!
7. Get frightened at the Hudson Haunted House.
If you want to go to a traditional haunted house, you have to check out Hudson Haunted House! It’s the perfect time to go.
2250 Barlow Rd, Hudson, OH 44236
8. Go the scariest haunted tour at The Factory of Terror.
You are sure to get into the spooky Halloween spirit here! It’s an absolutely massive modern haunted house.
4125 Mahoning Rd NE, Canton, OH 44705
9. Take pictures of the cute animals at Boo at the Zoo.
3900 Wildlife Way, Cleveland, OH 44109
You’re never too old to look at animals dressed up in your Halloween costume!
10. Have dinner at The Flats.
1056 Old River Rd, Cleveland, OH 44113
This up-and-coming part of Cleveland is perfect for a fall night out with friends or your significant other! There are plenty of bars and restaurants to choose from.
Which of these fall road trips to take around Kent are your favorite? Comment below and share the article!
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Breanna Ganuelas is a junior Communication Studies major with two minors in Public Relations and Public Communication. When she isn't doing classwork she is hanging out with her Delta Gamma sisters and staying active in various on- and off-campus activities. Outside of Kent State, Bre loves traveling, reading, laughing, adventuring, working out, volunteering, and just goofing off.