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Fall family activities

North Port, Florida
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Fall family activities

Hi , I'm planning a family trip to the Greensboro and Durham area in either October or November.

Wondering if anyone could give me some points of interest , any festivals, pumpkin patches, Apple cider mills, etc. In those areas.

Please and Thank you.

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Chapel Hill, North...
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1. Re: Fall family activities

The mountains are better for all that stuff, but there should be some around in the piedmont, too. September is really prime apple season so you'd be too late for that. You might consider going up to Boone/Blowing Rock for the day or maybe Hanging Rock State Park north of Greensboro.

North Port, Florida
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2. Re: Fall family activities

Thank you very much ! 😄

Chapel Hill, North...
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3. Re: Fall family activities

www.ncfarmfresh.com has info on corn mazes and pumpkin patches and things like that.

Edited: 09 October 2017, 19:58
Greensboro, North...
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4. Re: Fall family activities

If you come to Greensboro in October their are some Halloween attractions. Spookywoods and Woods of Terror.

The NC Zoo is also about an hour south of town in Asheboro. The Greensboro Science Center is pretty cool as well. There are a couple museums downtown. The Blind Tiger and Greene Street Club host local musicians you can check their websites to see who is playing. A lot of locals go the Greensboro Grasshoppers minor league baseball games as well. Hopefully that gives you a few good ideas!

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