Fall Fun in the Quad Cities

Some of the best fall activities in the Midwest happen right here in the Quad-Cities area. These are just some of the many fun fall attractions you’ll find in our region.


Family-Oriented Activities:

Pride of the Wapsi, Long Grove, IA. Opens Oct. 1: A large farm with a pumpkin patch, a corn maze, and other fun activities for the whole family. Also includes petting zoos, inflatables, and a barrel train. Visit www.prideofthewapsi.com for more details.

Country Corner, Alpha, IL. Opens Sept. 13: A pumpkin patch, corn maze, nature trails, playgrounds, and other fun fall activities. Visit www.country-corner.com for more information.

Stone’s Apple Orchard, East Moline, IL. Open every day, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.: An apple orchard where you can pick your own apples from over 55 varieties. Also has hayrack rides and opportunities to feed the animals. Visit www.stonesappleb.com for more information.

Gravert’s Apple Basket Orchard, Sabula, IA. Opens Sept. 11: An apple orchard where you can pick your own or buy from the store. Visit www.gravertorchard.com for more details.

For more fun family activities not listed here, click here.

Halloween Activities:

Haunted Carter Farms, Princeton, IA. Opens Sept. 30: Fun, scary activities like the haunted house, haunted maze, Zombie Laser Tag, and an indoor 3D maze. For more information, visit www.hauntedcarterfarms.com.

Factory of Fear, Moline, IL. Opens Sept. 1: An indoor haunted house with different theme nights and the Quad Cities’ longest running haunted house. Visit qcfactoryoffear.com or www.hauntedqc.com for more details.

Shock House, Rock Island, IL. Opens Sept. 30: Located in the QCCA Expo Center, an indoor haunted house with a 3D “Psycho Circus” area. Visit www.qcshockhouse.com or www.hauntedqc.com for more information.

For more haunted houses and other events not listed here, visit www.hauntedqc.com.

Author: Hannah Borgh

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