7 things to do this fall in Regina

The leaves are starting to turn and the air is getting cooler–it’s finally fall! The perfect time for outdoor activities, this season is full of fun activities that will make you want to be outside and enjoy the cooler weather. Here are seven things to do during fall in Regina:

Fun in the Sun at Pumpkin Hollow

We think Pumpkin Hollow would be a great place for you and your family to spend the day. The day is going to be a total success if the children get their chance at carving anything they want into pumpkins. Find out once and for all who in your family has the most impressive pumpkin-carving abilities!

Bring Your Kids to The PARK at Southland

We all know that kids are always looking for something new and interesting, which is why The PARK  at Southland Mallwill provide hours of entertainment. With its many interactive games like the Jungle Gym and Monkey Bars, there’s sure to be plenty within this one venue to keep your little ones entertained; plus it’s completely FREE!

Got a toddler or younger one? The Park has a dedicated toddler area, as well as a massive chalkboard wall for your child’s next masterpiece.

Southland Shopping Centre isn’t just a mall, it’s a family fun center!

Participate in an outdoor yoga class

Yoga is a great way to relax and get your body moving. It’s also an excellent form of exercise that can improve your flexibility, strength, and balance. A study from the University of California found that yoga can help with depression, anxiety, insomnia, and pain management. 

If you want to try it out for yourself but don’t know where to start: there are many outdoor classes available around the city! 

Attend Family Fun Community Events at Southland Mall

With so much to do, you’ll never be bored at Southland Mall. There’s a long list of family fun activities including the monthly busker music series, Halloween activities, weekly Board Game Room and other ongoing community events in the dedicated event space (The SPOT).  You can also spend all day exploring the different stores or just relax in one of the many restaurants. There’s something for everyone, no matter what your interests may be. 

 

When you’re looking for something new to try, it’s not always easy to find something that will keep everyone in your group happy and entertained. But this fall, you can use this guide as a way to explore Regina’s Southland Shopping Centre for new shops.

 

Shopping with the family has always been a perfect way for everyone to bond and have a good time together. Shopping at Southland can be a great experience. The mall has many stores to choose from and if you are looking for something specific then chances are that there will be something there for you. Shopping here is just not like shopping anywhere else – with some added perks like discounts at some of the shops themselves are amazing!

Go Apple Picking!

The crisp, cool fall air is a perfect opportunity to get your hands on some apples. There are many farms in the area that offer apple picking this season – there’s no better time than now to go out and enjoy them while they’re still available! The farms in Saskatoon will have their trees budding with delicious apples, waiting for you to get your hands on them!

Explore a corn maze!

What’s better than one fun activity? Two! The Happy Hollow corn maze in Lumsden has a whole bunch of creative and exciting things for everyone. They have live music, magic shows , gift shops with everything you could imagine needing or wanting on this Fall day– even farm animals! So grab some friends and family members – its going to be an experience you’ll remember fondly for years to come!

Vineyard & Orchards on a Hill

The Over the Hill Orchards and Winery is a delicious, cozy spot that’s worth every penny! With an excellent selection of organic produce as well as wine from their own vineyard. You’ll be able to enjoy some high quality food produced while taking in all natural beauty. They also offer private tastings and tours of their facilities!

Visit the Farmer’s Market on Saturdays.

The Regina Farmers Market is located at Victoria Park, which is conveniently located in downtown Regina. It’s open on Saturdays and is a great place to buy all kinds of fresh produce, honey, eggs, and other goods. If you’re looking for a more local experience during your stay in Regina, then we highly recommend checking out this market!

Conclusion

So, if you’re looking for a new way to spend your fall, why not try one of these ideas? We can’t wait to see you out there! We hope you enjoyed this article, and if you have any questions or comments, feel free to leave them below. Thanks for reading!

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