“Autumn in Ohio is a feast for the senses. With a wide variety of trees, Ohio forests gradually begin to blaze with brilliant hues of red, gold and orange from September to mid-November. There is a crispness in the air that makes the earthy smell of falling leaves all the more pronounced. It’s a perfect time to visit Ohio State Parks, national forests and nature preserves for a hike, a bicycle ride or a late season paddle to take in the color.” (Ohio.org)
Fall is the time of year when you can go on walks with your children, just to enjoy the stunning colors of leaves as they change and drift to the ground. Or you can put a twist on the neighborhood walk and take a family-friendly hike through the Cleveland Metroparks, the Lorain County Metro Parks or somewhere similar. November can be an incredibly beautiful time of year to go for hikes and bike rides, the last of fall before weather transitions into winter.