- Paddle one of the most beautiful stretches of the Charles River during the peak of leaf color change with Broadmoor during their Fall Foliage Morning Canoe on the Charles. (registration required)
- Pick your own potatoes during the last Harvest Weekend at Drumlin Farm.
- Insects are found in almost every habitat at Oak Knoll in Attleboro. During the family-friendly Creepy Crawlies: An Insect Exploration, we’ll see what we can find in the marsh, field, and forest with nets, bug jars, and magnifying glasses. (registration required)
- Experience the science of archaeology from prehistoric times to the 19th century with North River in Marshfied during Family Adventures in Archaeology. See and touch Native American artifacts, listen to stories about the Native American Culture and discover what it’s like to be an archaeologist by participating in hands on activities. (registration required)
- At sundown on Saturday, Broad Meadow Brook in Worcester transforms into a magical, slightly haunted forest. Take a Halloween Hike at Boo Meadow Brook to meet resident spirits (primarily native wildlife) while walking the trails that are lit by softly glowing luminaria. (registration required)
- Joppa Flats in Newburyport is also getting in the Halloween spirit. On Sunday, examine live creepy crawlies, enjoy (semi) spooky attractions, go on a nature treasure hunt, and take home creative crafts during their Halloween Family Fun Free-For-All.
For a full listing of programs happening this weekend, visit our online program catalog, where you can now register online for many of our programs.