Fall Things to Do in Spokane
Fall is one of my favorite times of year in Spokane. The changing of the leaves, baggy sweaters, and pumpkin everything take over the city, and we’re here for it! If you’re looking for the best ways to enjoy fall to the fullest, why not try one of these activities?
Green Bluff Farms Fall Harvest Festival
In terms of family-friendly fall fun, Green Bluff Farms is THE place to be. Green Bluff has hayrides, a giant corn maze, world-famous pumpkin donuts, a pumpkin patch, food trucks and a country market, and so much more!
Make a reservation to secure your show-up time and then spend a fall-filled day with your family at the Farm!
See the Changing of the Leaves
The changing of the leaves is in full swing right now in Spokane. Spend an afternoon strolling through Manito Park to see the scarlet maple leaves alongside koi ponds in the Japanese Garden, or head to the Finch Arboretum to see a huge array of different trees.
Try the Artisanal Pumpkin Beers
Did you know that Spokane has a huge culture of artisanal beers? Head downtown to the Ale Trail and try the various local seasonal beers, and pick up some great food along the way. Learn more about Spokane’s beer scene on the Visit Spokane webpage.
Head to the Symphony
If outdoors isn’t your thing (or you just want to mix it up), try the Spokane Symphony! The symphony puts on over 60 shows per year, so there’s always something to enjoy. You can find their 2021-2022 calendar HERE to plan your perfect evening out.
What is your favorite fall activity in Spokane? Let us know in the comments!