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If you’re lucky enough to cozy up in the Hamptons this Fall, why not embrace the outdoors and take part in all the classic, seasonal activities you always say you’re going to do, but never quite get around to. If you’re looking for inspiration, scroll through the list below to see what you can do before it’s seriously too cold to venture outside.


[Photo courtesy of Wölffer Estate Vineyard]

If you haven’t visited Wölffer Estate Vineyard, do yourself a favor and go! Seriously, where have you been spending your weekends? But, even for those of us who know their wines well, the Estate’s Candlelight Fridays are something we could never tire of. Every Friday evening, stop by the tasting room to hear your favorite local musicians play as you sip on new wines and ciders, as well as special Fall cocktails. I’ll raise a glass to that! 

Wölffer Estate Vineyard,139 Sagg Rd, Sagaponack, NY 11962


[Photo credit: @hamptonssocial]

Who says colder weather means gardening season has to end? Certainly not those at Marders in Bridgehampton. With events happening throughout the Fall, stop by the 40-acre site so you can talk dirt all season long- garden dirt that is! 

Marders in Bridgehampton, 120 Snake Hollow Rd, Bridgehampton, NY 11932


[Photo credit: GhostNote Creative]

Everyone knows Stephen Talkhouse is the place to be seen while summering in the Hamptons, but we’re here to tell you the fun doesn’t have to stop just because the summer season did.  Don’t miss out on Trivia Nights and constant live music as, in the words of manager Peter Honerkamp,  you keep this “endless roaring party rag[ing].” 

Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main St, Amagansett, NY 11930


Odds are you’ve heard of Amber Waves Farm and their delicious market and cafe, but did you know this place also offers a Learning Lab Series? Learn how to bake bread, make pasta from scratch, and even make a gorgeous, seasonal bouquet from the farm’s own dried flowers! And, if your own cooking doesn’t quite work out, you can pick up something from the market on your way out – who’s to know?? 

Amber Waves Farm, 367 Main St, Amagansett, NY 11930


[Photo via @longhousereserve]

Embrace the outdoors and head over to Longhouse Reserve. Simply stroll the 16-acre reserve and sculpture garden or take part in some of their seasonal events. From Forest Bathing on Sunday’s to live jazz on Thursday’s to meditation on Saturdays, trust me when I say this place has something for everyone! 

LongHouse Reserve, 133 Hands Creek Rd, East Hampton, NY 11937


[Photo via @fairviewfarmatmecox]

Lose yourself (literally) in the spirit of the season as you wander through the eight-acre corn maze at Fairview Farm. With approximately two miles of paths, not only will you check off a classic Fall activity, but you’ll also get your steps in. Plus, reward yourself once you find your way out of the maze by picking up a delicious seasonal pie from their farmstand- you deserve it! 

Fairview Farm, 69 Horsemill Ln, Bridgehampton, NY 11932


[Photo via @peconiclandtrust]

For one day and one day only, check out the Autumn Open House at the Peconic Land Trust. Plant and bring home bulbs with Summerhill Landscapes, participate in a hunt for holiday recipes, create bird feeders, and more all while sipping on hot ciders and other seasonal refreshments! Don’t worry though, even if you miss the Open House you can still attend the plenty of other events on their calendar and continue to celebrate the Fall all season long! 

Peconic Land Trust, 296 Hampton Rd, Southampton, NY 11968


[Photo courtesy of Montauk Farmers Market and Montauk Chamber]

While there are Farmers Markets all over the Island, Montauk Farmers Market is the largest market on the East End. Stop by to support stands from Laurel’s Butter to Mama Monty Breads, to Vienna Cookie Company, plus so many more!  I mean, why not go big AND go home with the freshest, seasonal produce the Hamptons has to offer! 

Montauk Farmers Market, 742 Montauk Hwy, Montauk, NY 11954


[Photo via @charlilcut]

The goat yoga classes at Corwiths Farmstand offer the perfect chance to immerse in the beauty of autumn while strengthening your muscles in the company of adorable baby goats. The goats love to be social so don’t be surprised if you discover a baby goat on your back! After class, you will have the opportunity to take pictures and nuzzle with your four-legged classmates. Planning a birthday party, bachelorette celebration, or family reunion? This may be the perfect addition to your event!

Corwiths Farmstand, 851 Head of Pond Rd, Water Mill, NY 11976


[Photo via @rloreguevara]

When apple picking season is over, you can still  reap the benefits of this year’s delicious bounty. The Milk Pail Fresh Market is the perfect place to pick up homemade apple cider, apple sauce, apple turnovers, bags of irresistible Honeycrisps, and countless other “locally-sourced” goodies. Oh, and while you’re there, pick up one of their sensational fresh pies, so there’s no mistaking what time of year it is. 

The Milk Pail Fresh Market, 1346 Montauk Highway, Water Mill, NY 11976

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