Los Angeles may not have a Fall season as noticeable compared to other areas of the United States. There is no prominent display of leaves changing to warmer colors and no breath of crisp air as the temperatures begin to change. In fact, the most noticeable sign of Fall in L.A. might be the change in fashion instead of on trees. Although some traditional aspects of autumn might not be found in L.A., we have discovered some unique ways to celebrate the harvest season in the City of Angels.
Oak Glen is one of the few places in the area where you can experience nature’s beautiful fall colors and enjoy the fall celebrations this town has to offer. With an elevation of almost a mile high, this area is home to Oak Groves, apple farms and berry ranches. Experience apple picking, visit Mom’s Country Orchard for fresh-made pies & jams and visit SnowLine Orchard for fresh-baked mini cider doughnuts.
Wander a Pumpkin Patch
Whether you are looking for a pumpkin to carve or want a full pumpkin patch adventure, there are plenty of pumpkin patches to visit in the Los Angeles area. Create the perfect memories with tractor rides, petting zoos and carnival games all while finding the perfect Halloween pumpkin.
Tour Haunted Los Angeles Sites
Los Angeles is rich in haunted history, in fact, some of the most historically haunted places in America are located in the City of Angels. We’re talking about the American Horror Story house, the Beverly Hills Bermuda Triangle and “The Entity” House just to name a few. Check out Discover Los Angeles’ complete list of 13 scariest places to visit in Los Angeles.
Go on a Haunted Hayride
The Los Angeles Haunted Hayride is one of the most sought-after attractions in the area. It is a legendary event that is highly anticipated all year. Thrill-seekers are immersed in a variety of haunted attractions from Midnight Mortuaries to the Dead End Diner. You might think the question to answer is “Which attraction do you want to try?” but the real question is “Are you brave enough to even attempt?”
From September 8th to November 3rd, you can experience a supernatural version of Paramount’s studio tours. Hear the unheard tales that have been buried for years, gain exclusive access to the Hollywood Forever Cemetery and experience the preternatural occurrences few get to encounter. This is a 2.5-hour walking tour with a 16 age minimum requirement. Reservations are encouraged.