4 Best Santa Barbara Fall Activities

This fall, visit Santa Barbara and experience all we have to offer for autumnal fun! Santa Barbara in the fall is warm enough in the day to feel like summer, and cool enough at night to add sweaters to your wardrobe. These 4 best Santa Barbara fall activities will get you enjoying the season!

Pumpkin picking

Start your fall Santa Barbara activities with pumpkin picking! At Lane Farms, you can pick out a pumpkin or enjoy their other fall activities–like a corn maze, hayrides, and farm animals! Or make a visit to Big Wave Dave’s, where you’ll find everything you need for a perfect Halloween. A classic fall activity, pumpkin picking is a perfect way to celebrate the chill in the air.

Ghost tours

If you’re looking for a different kind of chill, check out local ghost tours! These tours provide a variety of frights, from spooky to spirits–of both the alcoholic and ghostly varieties. Santa Barbara Ghost Tours offer family friendly tours so the whole family can enjoy these stories! And before your tour, you can brush up on the best Santa Barbara ghost stories.

Picnic meals

Fall in Santa Barbara is warm enough to enjoy a beautiful picnic outdoors. Pack a picnic meal and visit your favorite park or beach to enjoy! Take in your food as you enjoy the beautiful weather and views.

Beach time

Did you really go to Santa Barbara if you don’t take time to enjoy the beach? Make your way to the shore and relax in the sand or jump in the waves! You can make this classic activity more fall-esque by making your own sand-pumpkins. Instead of building a sand castle, carve your own jack-o-lantern in the sand!

Stay close to enjoy all the Santa Barbara fall activities!

When you visit Santa Barbara this fall, stay at Marina Beach Motel! We’re only half a block from the beach and centrally located to all the best Santa Barbara fall activities. With plenty of amenities and wonderful rooms, you’ll love relaxing here after a day full of fall fun!

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