Temperatures may not be cooling down and leaves might not be changing colors, but that doesn’t mean Fall isn’t in full swing. Enjoy the season with some of these fall activities happening in San Diego.

Haunted Activities

With Halloween right around the corner, there is a plethora of haunted activities going on in San Diego. From creepy escape rooms to terrifying haunted houses, check out this list for full coverage of haunted activities happening in San Diego this Fall.

San Diego Beer Week

In a city that is known for celebrating our delicious craft brew everyday, there is also an official week full of beer and food pairing, “hoppy” yoga, and festivals galore. Check out this list for a round up of the best events San Diego Beer Week has to offer.

Taste Fall Brews

Can’t make it to any San Diego Beer Week events? No worries, there is still a plethora of fall craft brews that you can try on your own time. Check out this list for all of the San Diego fall craft brews our glorious breweries have to offer, have you tried any?

Julian Apple Picking

Julian is famous for their deliciously crisp home grown apples. Head east to Julian and go apple picking for a taste of Fall flavor. Even if you don’t have time to actually go picking, you can enjoy a slice of famous Julian apple pie or even pick up a bag of fresh apples to take home.

Chargers Football

Nothing says Fall like Sunday football. Head out to Qualcomm stadium and enjoy a Chargers game from the stands. Can’t cop tickets? Get yourself to one of these Downtown San Diego sports bars and enjoy the big game with brews, food, and a lively crowd. Nothing says Fall like football.

Wine Tasting in Temecula

Temecula is filled with gorgeous wineries, and now that Fall is here and the temperatures inland have begun dropping, there is really no better time than now to go wine tasting in Temecula. Here is a comprehensive list of all of the wineries located in Temecula, which is your favorite?

Fall is in full swing. Get the most of this festive season by enjoying any of these fall-centric activities. You may have just found your newest annual tradition.

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