fall foligeFamily Fun Things To Do in Chicago this Fall Season –
Hike the The 606 – an abandoned railroad line is now the 606 (Bloomingdale Trail) a 2.7 mile recreational trail in the heart of Chicago.  The Trail stretches between Ashland Ave (1600W) and Ridgeway (3750W) at Bloomingdale Ave (1800N) It is connected to ground-level neighborhood parks, four of which open alongside the trail.
Hike at Eggerís Grove  -11200 S Ave E, Chicago, IL 60617 (Illinois- Indiana Border):
You will see oak, elm, basswood and cherry trees. Take the trail south, to Wolf Lake; or head Northeast to the preserveís large marsh, which an excellent place to spot wetland birds including grebes, geese, ducks, and marsh wren’s. You will find the trail at the southern most parking area and look for a natural-surface footpath marked by a sign saying “Ancient Sand Dunes”.
One of Chicago’s Park District is a Fall Migratory Bird Walks at North Park Village Nature Center (NPV), Saturday, September 26, 2015 from 8:00 AM – 10:00 AM at 5801 N. Pulaski Rd. Chicago, IL 60646. It’s free and open to those age 16 and up. check out Chicago Park District calendar of event to find more family fun activites for this fall season.
Fall Fest at Lincoln Park Zoo: From a corn maze to painting pumpkins, thereís something for everyone in your entire family with the Fall Fest at Lincoln Park Zoo in Chicago. The festival, which will be held on select dates in October, has free admission; however, some activities require the purchase of tickets.
Grove Folk Fest: If you wanted to include hayrides and folk music in your fall plans, “The Grove Folk Fest” is the place to be. Glenview has a number of family-friendly activities on the schedule, including square-dancing and a craft sale. The Fest will be held October 4.
Here are five places within two hours of Chicago where the fall colors should be spectacular come October:  Mississippi Palisades and Apple River Canyon State Parks, Matthiessen State Park, Kettle Moraine State Forest, Indiana Dunes State Park and National Lakeshore, and Rock Cut State Park.
Pumpkin Patches in Chicagoland include: Delairs Cornstalk Farm – pumpkin patch- already gathered from the field, haunted corn maze, 13901 Wolf Road, Orland Park, IL 60467

Forest View Farms – pumpkin patch-pick in the field, pumpkin patch- already gathered from the field, Fall festival, horse-drawn hay rides, tractor-pulled hay rides, wagon rides, haunted rides, haunted trail,

Apple Picking: All Seasons Orchard is an apple orchard located in  Woodstock, about an hour drive from Chicago. It is open daily in September and October.  Praire Sky Orchard is in Union, IL, 10am-5pm.
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