Our Guide to Fall in the Triangle

Although fall activities and traditions may look a little different this year, we are fortunate to have such a mild fall season in the Triangle region of North Carolina where we can still enjoy outdoor activities. Below are some Triangle-area favorite fall activities, and many have made necessary changes to ensure safety (and fun) for all! 

NC State Farmers Market 

1201 Agriculture Street., Raleigh 

Pick your pumpkins, mums and fresh fall veggies from local vendors from around the state.

Hill Ridge Farms Fall Pumpkin & Harvest Festival
703 Tarboro Road, Youngsville

Activities include farm animal corral, fish feeding deck, kids’ playland, 80’ giant slide, picnic grounds, live music, train rides, covered wagon hayrides, pony rides, face painting, pumpkins for sale, and more scheduled special events.

Ken’s Korny Corn Maze
3175 Benson Highway, Garner

Activities included a six-acre corn maze, rope maze, hay maze, hayrides, farm animals, play areas, pumpkin patches, produce and garden center, and more.

2020 Update: The corn maze will be open with restricted activities. 

Perkins Orchard
5749 Barbee Road, Durham

Bring the kids here to choose a pumpkin from their thousands of pumpkins available. Also shop for apples, cider, and more.

Haunted Forest at Panic Point
2808 Cedar Creek Road, Youngsville

September 19 – November 7

Haunted Forest, Dark Trail, Howling Hayride, Killers in the Corn  

Phillips Farms of Cary
6701 Good Hope Church Rd., Cary

Open weekends from September 19 – November 1. In addition, the farm will be open on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, new for 2020. 

Haunted Farm: haunted maze, haunted hayride, more

Daytime Activities: Pumpkin patch, pre-picked pumpkins, corn maze, Family Fun Park

Here are a few photos from some of our agents and their listings who made sure their home was festive for fall this year!

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