5 Fall Finds in SoCal
Fall is officially here, which means it’s time for pumpkin spice lattes, pumpkin patches, and Halloween frights. We’ve compiled a list of fun fall activities from around Southern California for all to enjoy.
Frightfully Delightful Night
There are a number of terrifying ways to have a spooktacular evening. For the thrill seekers this includes Knott’s Scary Farm, Universal Studios’ Halloween Horror Nights, Haunted Hayride, and Dark Harbor at the Queen Mary. For those looking for a more lighthearted option, Disneyland’s Mickey’s Halloween Party returns with trick or treating stations, Disney villains, and a special Halloween parade.
Football fanatics throughout Southern California are rejoicing with the return of the Rams (minus Chargers fans of course!). Get your tickets to the next home game here. If college ball is more your speed, watch cross town rivals UCLA and USC face off on November 19th.
Oktoberfest at Old World
Now through October 30th, experience the best Oktoberfest celebration in Orange County at Old World Huntington Beach. This year’s celebration promises to be better than ever with authentic German food, imported German brews, live music, dachshund races, food trucks, dancing, and more.
The harvest season ends next month, so it’s one of the best times to visit the local vineyards. From the Santa Ynez Valley just north of Santa Barbara to the rolling hills of Temecula Valley, we’re sure you’ll find vintage to your liking.
Apple Picking at Oak Glen
Marvel at the fancy fall foliage and partake in some good ole’ fashion fun at Oak Glen’s Apple Harvest. Pick your own apples, raspberries, and pumpkins, press your own cider, and experience life as the colonials did.