Fall has officially arrived!
While we might be saying goodbye to our swimsuits and beach days, fall in Kenosha, Wisconsin is our favorite time of year! The weather is cooler, the trees turn beautiful colors, and the kids have weekends to have some fun and try new things with their families!
Being a daycare in Kenosha, we are pretty in tune with some of the awesome things to do around the city. We are always looking for new things for the kiddos to experience and help their inquiring minds.
Here are some of our favorite fun fall activities for families in Kenosha!
Let’s start with an easy one! While it isn’t technically in Kenosha, we will call it close enough. If you haven’t been to Apple Holler you are missing out on a one-stop-shop for all things fall. Apple picking, hayrides, corn mazes, and so much more are waiting for you and your kids. They also have an incredible restaurant with one of the best breakfasts in the area (make sure to get yourself a reservation: 800-238-3629). Throughout the fall, the activities change giving you a new experience every single time you go!
Looking to get out an enjoy all the amazing fall colors? Petrifying spring park is a hidden gem right in your backyard. With miles and miles of family-friendly hiking trails, kids of every age can get outside to stretch their legs, enjoy the crisp air, and watch the leaves change colors. And parents don’t think we forgot about you! After your done, make sure you stop by the Biergarten which is still open all fall for a little relaxation time before heading back home.
Have a little one that dreams of being an astronaut? We have a great activity for them. Check out Griffin Observatory at Carthage college! They have dates all through the fall where they open their doors for free to the public to use their equipment and look at the stars. Kids are welcome as long as they are accompanied by an adult. There will be students and faculty available to answer your questions and show off all their amazing equipment. The perfect event for the little one with a BIG imagination!
Most people dread the end of summer, but there is still so much fun to be had around Racine and Kenosha before we all hibernate for the winter! What are your favorite fall activities for kids? We would love to hear them!