There are lots of fun things to do throughout Walla Walla Valley all year round, but fall is a special time of year. Walla Walla Valley Honda’s guide to fun fall activities encourages individuals, families, and couples alike to get on out and enjoy the crisp autumnal air, Washington apples, and much more!
Looking to get out with the whole family and take part in some fall activities with the kids? What better way than by taking part in the all-American fall tradition of apple picking! This fourth generation family farm has been around for over half a century and is a great place to snap some pics and make memories that will last a lifetime.
When: Peak apple picking season comes in early fall!
Where: 53285 Appleton Road, Milton-Freewater, OR
Walla Walla Valley Wine Alliance Fall Release Weekend
Walla Walla Valley has its share of enjoyable fall activities for couples, including the Walla Walla Valley Wine Alliance’s Fall Release Weekend. Be the first to taste this year’s batch of delicious new wines and vintages at any of the wineries in the area, including:
- Amavi Cellars
- Basel Cellars
- Revelry Vintners
- Walla Walla Vintners
- Woodyard Canyon Winery
- Many more!
When: November 2-4
Where: Throughout Walla Walla Valley
Downtown Farmers Market
Enjoy fresh fruits and vegetables all fall at the Downtown Farmers Market, where you’ll also find live entertainment, artisan crafts, fall flowers, and much more!
When: Saturdays, 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Where: Main St. & 4th Avenue, Walla Walla, WA
Columbia Plateau State Park Trail
Looking to stay in shape, breathe in some fresh air, and check out the shifting colors of the foliage? There are plenty of opportunities for outdoor fall activities near College Place, including the 130-mile-long Columbia Plateau Trail State Park.
When: Whenever the fancy strikes you!
Where: 100 SW Main Street, Washtucna, WA
“How Can I Learn More About Fun Fall Activities Near Me?”
Keep in touch with Walla Walla Valley Honda for fun in Dayton and throughout Walla Walla Valley all year long, from spring all the way through the winter holidays. And, before you head out for some fall outdoor activities, remember to make a stop at one of the locally-owned coffee shops nearby for a pumpkin spice latte or a fresh, piping-hot cup of java!