When the daylight shrinks, and the temps drop ever so slightly, that doesn’t mean that Florida loses its luster. There are thousands of incredible activities for visitors in the Fall. How do you narrow it down? From the Keys to the Panhandle and everywhere in between – the falling leaves signal a chance at Florida fall fun.

We’ve chosen the following 10 fall activities as the absolute best in the state. From a farm festival to a food tasting and even a motorcycle rally, the options are everywhere. Book a trip with any of these activities included and you’re on your way to an unforgettable autumn experience!

Originally Posted: August 10, 2021

The 10 Best Fall Activities in Florida for 2023

Pensacola Seafood Festival (Pensacola)

This fun festival has it all music, art, food, drinks and so much more! This event is family-friendly, offering face painting, arts and crafts, games and activities for kids.

Micanopy Fall Harvest Festival (Micanopy)

This festival takes place in a scenic location. Many local artists, crafters, and musicians participate in the festival, as well as other artists from across the southeast. There are more than two hundred displays of arts and crafts, as well as, many other attractions. There is also music throughout and a live auction.

Florida Seafood Festival (Apalachicola)

The Florida Seafood Festival is a two day event annually drawing tens of thousands of visitors. The festival features delicious seafood, arts and crafts exhibits, seafood related events and musical entertainment. Some of the notable events include Oyster Eating and Oyster Shucking contest, Blue Crab Races and more!

Epcot Food & Wine Festival (Orlando)

Stroll across six continents as you sample mouthwatering delicacies during Epcot International Food & Wine Festival. You will discover a cornucopia of cultures, cuisines and innovative cooking techniques from chefs worldwide. You will not be disappointed!

Sweet Season Farms (Milton)

This farm has so many fun activities including a corn maze, pumpkin patch, flower gardens, farm animals and more! 

Long and Scott Farms (Mount Dora)

This farm has a great Farmer’s Market with lots of fresh and local produce, jams and jellies, honey, sauces and various other products. You also can enjoy some old-fashioned fun in Scott’s Maze Adventures park (open seasonally) which features a seven-acre corn maze, jumping pillow, zip line, super slide, and more fun!

Biketoberfest (Daytona Beach)

An estimated 100,000 motorcycle enthusiasts come together during the four-day rally each year to enjoy beautiful Florida weather, live music, motorcycle racing at Daytona International Speedway, and miles of scenic rides along famous A1A, historic Main Street or the scenic Loop during this four-day rally.

Bok Tower Gardens (Lake Wales)

Bok Tower Gardens has offered some of Florida’s most remarkable experiences to more than 23 million visitors since 1929. They offer historic landscape gardens, unique Singing Tower carillon, magnificent 1930s Mediterranean-style mansion, and 3-acres of nature inspired play Children’s Garden. At Bok Tower Gardens there is something to discover for visitors of all ages.

Leu Gardens & Museum (Orlando)

The Leu House Museum is a restored 19th century home listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Four families owned the property before it opened to the public. Guided tours of the Leu House are available.

Club Lake Plantation Fall Festival (Apopka)

This family-friendly festival offers all sorts of fun fall activties. Including hay rides, corn maze, toddler maze, pumpkin patch and much more!

Hi, I'm Jen and I love to travel, go to the beach and write about all the places I have visited. I also have a bucket list of places I can't wait to try! I've visited Cape Cod every summer since I was a kid and now enjoy traveling to all great beach destinations, including Florida! I have worked in the travel industry for all of my career. I love sharing my experiences of different restaurants and places and helping travelers find the best fit for them!