Summer is almost ending and so is all the fun with it. but actually that should not be the case. Fun and games can continue throughout the seasons. If you are well informed then you should never get bored because you can play anywhere, anytime if you want to.
If you want to enjoy yourself, then make sure you won’t freeze outside. Don’t just head out in sneakers, jeans and a sweater under your coat. Think layers. Wear thermal leggings and several layers under your sweater. Wear a hat and gloves. If you’re not cold and uncomfortable, you’re more likely to have fun and not run back inside after 5 minutes. It’ll also help prevent you from having to come up with natural cold and flu remedies and treatment.
Go ice skating.
Build a winter bonfire and make s’mores.
Rent some snowshoes and go snowshoeing.
If you have the equipment, go winter camping. If that’s too ambitious, check out your state parks for cabin or yurt rentals. Once you’re there, go on beautiful winter hikes (afterwards, a cozy fire is definitely in order).
Take your dog for a walk. It’s one of the main benefits of having and owning a dog.
Go cross-country skiing.
Attend a dog-sled race. You don’t have to live in Alaska to see one of these – check your state’s Department of Natural Resources page, they usually have a list of upcoming events.
Build a fort and have a snowball fight with your kids (or your spouse/partner). Or buy a snow block maker and build an igloo.
Take a blanket and a cup of hot cocoa and sit outside on your front porch swing.
Shovel paths in the snow.
Feed the birds or go birdwatching. Make your own birdfeeders out of pine cones, peanut butter, and birdseed.
Go ice fishing.
Autumn comes with the falling of leaves, a sign that winter is coming. But even with all that you can still go out and play.
Great activities to do in autumn
It’s not just a blaze of colour which makes autumn a treasured time outdoors. Right now the seas are at their warmest and the rivers are in full spate. So, make the most of your autumn break – come out to play.
Surfing on Gower peninsula
Though most tourists surf in summer, autumn is the season the locals live for. September and October is when the sea is at its warmest, they explain, and this is when mid-Atlantic storms pump more swell onto the beaches – the peninsula’s intricate coastline guarantees shelter from larger waves or winds for beginners. Better still, autumn means fewer visitors and more waves surfed. More fun, in other words.
Walking in Hafod Estate Ceredigon
Beech trees look their best in autumnal coppers and the finest beech forests in Wales are on the Hafod Estate in the Ystwyth valley. That one massive tree on Allt Dihanog hill is 8m wide contributes to the fantasy atmosphere of a walk in one of Britain’s finest romantic gardens. There are five marked trails to choose from. Either way, expect a Hobbitty journey of waterfalls, cascades, rustic bridges and hidden tunnels. Magic.
Fun does not only mean running around. It means any activity that you can engage in to cheer or warm you up. So you can decide to do some planting or take a hike.
Fun Spring Activities Checklist
The weather is warming up and everything’s turning green. Shed your winter coat and get started on this list of fun ways to enjoy the spring season.
Plant something green
See the cherry blossoms
Have a picnic at the park
Find the first crocuses and snowdrops
Take a hike