COVID Friendly Fall Activities

This fall looks different for most people, large events are cancelled, tailgates are gone, and vacations have been canceled. To help cure your 2020 fall boredom we have come up with a bucket list of five different things to try out this fall. 

1. Learn how to design a fireworks show

Use your time spent indoors learning a unique skill that you’ll be able to show off to friends and family. Firework shows can be big or small and range in difficulty of set up. We have pre-made firework show packages available on our site. This 5 minute show is a perfect starting point for designing your own show by July. 

2. Create a Pyro Pumpkin 

Pyro pumpkins are like regular pumpkins, just a little cooler. Add smoke bombs, strobe pots, and sparklers to your jack-o-lanterns to create a pumpkin the whole neighborhood will be talking about! 

 3. Visit a Corn Maze

Get lost inside a maze of corn this fall at a local corn maze. Grab the family and spend some time outdoors, be sure to grab some hot apple cider to keep you warm during a cool night at the corn maze.

4. Binge Watch A New Series

If you’re looking to stay in for the night, find a brand new series or movie on Netflix or Hulu. Pop some popcorn and get ready for a new show. To make this fall activity even more festive, find a drive in movie theater near you and set out for a retro movie watching experience.

 5. Get Out & Get Fresh Air

Get out, and get some fresh air and exercise while canoeing or kayaking. Invite a friend and hit the water for a calm and relaxing day. End the day around a bonfire with a few Campfire Flames to create a fun and colorful fire.

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