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10 Simple Pleasures to Enjoy This Autumn

Experience All Things Fall in Greenville, SC

It's fall, y'all! ­čŹé And with that, fall’s cooler temperatures usher in a season filled with festivals, football, dining alfresco and other ways to relax and unwind in Greenville, SC.

"This time of year is the best for outdoor adventure. The weather is cooler and Greenville is the perfect place to enjoy the leaves changing,” says Catherine Garrison Davis, Director of Special Events and Marketing for Denver Downs Farm, a working farm that’s been in her family since 1869. 

From apple picking and pumpkin patches to hockey games and haunted houses, here are 10 ways to create new memories with your family this fall.

6.  Dress Up the Kiddos in Their Halloween Costumes

For an unforgettable evening at the Greenville Zoo's Boo in the Zoo (Oct. 18-20 and Oct. 25-27), you can expect trick-or-treating, friendly but spooky decorations, and a walk through an un-haunted house. Another fun option for the 10-and-younger crew is the Enchanted Forest (Oct. 24-26). Complete with storybook characters, a magical maze and costume contest, this is where fairy tales and trick-or-treating meet.


10.  Feel the Autumn Wind in Your Hair

Stretching 22 miles, the multi-use Prisma Health Swamp Rabbit Trail winds by dozens of restaurants, coffee shops and breweries. Hop off the greenway for a bite to eat at Swamp Rabbit Cafe and Grocery or grab a brew at Birds Fly South Ale Project. There are plenty of local bike rental shops if you don’t bring your own—check out Swamp Rabbit Bike Shoppe, Reedy Rides, Bike the Rabbit, or Greenville B-Cycle