Sparty Fall (1 of 1)How I love everything from apple picking, vibrant foliage displays and crunching leaves beneath my feet to the chill in the air that sends me back to grab my favorite sweater and tug on a pair of jeans. Sassy boots, long sleeves, the smell of bonfires and the celebration of no more mosquitoes make the upcoming fall season a favorite of mine. Want to enjoy this and more in Greater Lansing? Plan a memorable getaway that includes a scenic trail ride on horseback at SundanceRiding Stables and an orchard visit complete with a family friendly train ride, delicious pies, apple cider, baked goods and caramel apple purchasing. Uncle John's Cider Mill in St. Johns and The Country Mill in Charlotte will fit that bill. How about paddling a kayak on the Red Cedar and Grand Rivers from Potter Park Zoo to downtown Lansing and just breathe in the change of seasons and experience a scenic Lansing in a whole new way. Get with the guys at River Town Adventures. They'll hookyou right up. Of course, being home to Michigan State University means that some tailgating and football viewing is a must. Honestly it's as much fun cheering on the Spartans from in the stands as it is at the corner bar. 'Tis the season for pumpkin orange, cheeky apple red, vibrant yellow and of course "Go Green" green. Come visit a cornucopia of delights for your senses. Click here to check out all the options for a fantastic fall getaway to Greater Lansing.

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