Now that the summer heat has faded and been replaced with a cool breeze and beautiful foliage, this is the best time to get outside and enjoy the best fall activities in the Greater Nashville area. Whether you’re looking for a fun place to take the kids, a romantic day-time date spot, or a friendly outing, we’ve got you covered! Check out our list of the best fall spots in Williamson and Davidson Counties.
Pumpkin Paradise at Satterwhite Farm (Columbia)
Pumpkin Paradise offers a fun experience for all age ranges and is perfect for a birthday party or family outing. Besides the pumpkins, this local farm offers swings, slides, a corn box, climbing tires, and more.
For those who prefer an urban atmosphere, Nashvember is Music City’s can’t-miss fall event! On November 2, gather at Sevier Park to enjoy live music, sample from a delicious array of food trucks, and check out merchandise from 60 local craft vendors. The event is sponsored by Project 615, a Nashville apparel company dedicated to helping the homeless, and is free to attend.
Morning Glory Orchard (Nolensville)
This second-generation family farm is just a short drive from Brentwood or downtown Nashville. Morning Glory Orchard grows apples, peaches, and other produce, and also offers local honey, cider, and preserves.
Honeysuckle Hill Farm (Springfield)
This farm, located northwest of Nashville, offers jam-packed fun for the whole family. Your adventurous teens will love the zip line, 35 foot rock climbing wall, and the bungee trampoline, while your little ones will enjoy the treehouse, Miner’s Mountain slide, tube slide, tractor playground, animals, and much more!
Fall Foliage Wine on the Rails (Nashville/Baxter)
On November 9, take a ride in a restored classic 1950s-era stainless steel passenger train from Nashville to Del Monaco Winery in Baxter! Each ticket includes a wine tasting on board the train, the winery tour and activities, and live music. The breathtaking views of Tennessee’s fall foliage are also included.