Fall Activities in the Comox Valley!
As the weather cools down and the leaves begin to change to brilliant orange, yellow and reds, you may be looking for fun autumn activities to enjoy in The Comox Valley. Luckily, the Comox Valley has a wide range of indoor and outdoor activities that are perfect for people of all ages!
Play in the Pumpkin Patch!
It wouldn’t be fall without visiting a local pumpkin patch to pick out the perfect pumpkin for carving! Shamrock Farm is the perfect place to take in the beauty of fall. Shamrock has an amazing pumpkin patch, u-pick pumpkins, a barn market and of course, resident farm animals! Their pumpkin harvest season is between October 1st and 31st and admission is free!
Adventures & Tours
The Comox Valley has no shortage of outdoor activities and tours to take part in! If you’re looking for a relaxing tour, try the Sip & Savour Tour. This tour includes appies and wine or craft beer at three different restaurants in one evening. The best part – all locations are kept secret so there’s a chance you may just discover your new favourite restaurant! If you’re looking for a more thrilling adventures, sign up for a Comox Glacier Helicopter Tour! This tour takes you over the Vancouver Island Mountain Range to the famous Comox Glacier. There’s no better way to experience the magical views of this unbelievable region. For a full list of Comox Valley adventures and tours click here.
If you’re looking for an unbelievable fall experience, check out Coastal Black’s Pumpkin Fest that runs weekends and holidays beginning on September 28 through to October 27th. The Fest features a massive pumpkin patch, target shooting via a unique corn cannon, hay and corn mazes, sunflower field, wagon rides and more! Plus the adults can stop by the tasting room at Coastal Black and try the latest fruit wine and cider inspirations! To see the lineup of activities, check them out here.
If you’re looking to learn a little more about the incredible Comox Valley, take a look at one of the fascinating museums in the area. Whether you’re interested in First Nations culture, the development of the Comox Valley or the Comox Air Force, there’s something for everyone! A must see is the Elasmosaur fossil at the Courtenay Museum for those budding palaeontologists out there! If art is your thing, the Comox Valley has more than its fair share of amazing art galleries and performing arts exhibitions. Click here for a full list of museums.
I hope that you are inspired to check out some of the fall activities that The Comox Valley has to offer. There are an infinite number of adventures to do here, no wonder it’s such an incredible place to live!
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