2. Glamping at the Shawnee Inn Resort :
3. Visit the Bates Motel & Haunted Hayride :
I have a feeling this will be the year I finally make it to this haunted attraction in Glen Mills, PA. I’ve heard it is amazing from so many people & it will really get you into the
4. Terror Behind the Walls at Eastern State Penitentiary :
It’s not everyday that you can walk through a massive haunted prison. This attraction is one of my favorites & is located right in the center of Philadelphia. Terror Behind the Walls goes from Sept. 20th until November 9th & consists of six attractions inside the cell blocks that will scare the living hell out of you (if you’re a big baby like I am). Click here to purchase tickets from their website.
5. Hike up Mount Tammany :
If you are up for a challenge, hike up to this fantastic overlook of the Delaware Water Gap. You will be blown away by the views, especially during fall foliage. This hike is easily accessible from PA & it is considered to be in NJ. It can be a bit steep at times but it was totally worth it for the views of the river from the top. I recommend staying at the Shawnee Inn in East
6. Visit Blue Ridge Estate Vineyard & Winery :
If you are planning on hiking Mount Tammany or visiting Bushkill falls in the Delaware Water Gap area, the Blue Ridge Estate Vineyard & Winery is a beautiful spot to visit. It was recommended to me by a local & I was so happy I checked it out. You’ll be treated to 360 degree views of the vineyards & mountains from the tasting room. Wine tastings are only $7 & you’ll be able to try 5 of their delicious wines. For more information, click here to check out their website.
7. Visit one of Philly’s Harvest Festivals :
I stumbled upon an article that sums up 20+ festivals going on this fall in Philly. This is a perfect opportunity to enjoy pumpkin picking, hayrides, cornfield mazes & more during the entire fall season. Click here for a summary of all upcoming festivals!
8. Visit Ricketts Glen State Park :
This was one of my favorite hikes I ever did in the fall. A 3.2 mile walk along the trail takes you past 21 waterfalls ranging in heights from 11 feet to 94 feet. I did this hike on a day it was raining but it made the waterfalls that much more beautiful. You can do this hike by going on Highland Trail and the Glen Leigh and Ganoga Glen sides of the trail.