25 Frugal Fall Date Nights

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I look forward to fall every single year. The leaves are falling, the air is cooling, and it makes me want to just spend my nights snuggled by the fire.

There’s something about the crisp, fall air that makes it the perfect season for date nights and snuggling! Here’s some of our favorite frugal Fall dates.  Enjoy!

Enjoy the coziness of the Fall season with these simple and budget friendly Fall date night ideas!

Frugal Fall Date Nights

  1. Go to the farmer’s market
  2. Visit a pumpkin patch
  3. Rake leaves and jump in a pile
  4. Enjoy reading a book together by the fire
  5. Make caramel or candy apples
  6. Do a corn maze
  7. Enjoy a scary movie marathon
  8. Try different pumpkin treats and see which are the best
  9. Make a couple’s costume to wear for Halloween
  10. Go to a county fair
  11. Carve or paint pumpkins
  12. Visit an orchard and pick apples
  13. Go to a petting zoo
  14. Take a hike and look at the trees
  15. Make some Fall decorations together
  16. Take a drive to the mountains
  17. Make a homemade pie
  18. Host a bonfire and backyard camp out
  19. Roast s’mores over a campfire
  20. Drink apple cider
  21. Bake cookies
  22. Make your own hot chocolate
  23. Go stargazing
  24. Participate in Black Friday shopping (or race to see who can get the biggest bargain online)
  25. Go camping

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Grow duck feathers and let each other’s offenses roll off your back. If you don’t deal with an offense but try to smother it, it will lead to resentment. – Nylse, Life Notes

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About Sarah Ann

Sarah Ann is a perfectly imperfect wife and mother, and is thankful for the saving grace of the Lord. When she’s not busy folding yet another load of laundry or comforting a crying child, she enjoys studying God’s Word, writing, and spending time with authentic friends. She's passionate about equipping women to honor God in family, health, and home at Proverbs31Mentor.com. Join her for biblical encouragement and practical lifestyle tips to help you live on mission for the glory of God.

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