The end of summer is a sad time for a lot of people. Kids have to go back to school. Teens can’t hang out at the beach. Adults can’t BBQ as often. However, the fall season is welcomed by one age group–senior citizens. Fall brings a much-needed relief from the heat. With the cooling temperatures come cool activities that senior citizens can do. Here’s a list of several recreational transportation fall activities:

Farmer’s Market

Fortunately, one vegetable becomes available that’s synonymous with fall–pumpkins! Senior citizens can get recreational transportation to the nearest farmer’s market. There, they can indulge in pumpkin, as well as some of the other fruits and vegetables of the season. Apple cider is a refreshing treat to quench anyone’s thirst.

Park

Also, going to the park is one of the great recreational transportation fall activities. Seeing the fall foliage is a beautiful experience that shouldn’t be missed. For instance, going to Wharton State Forest in Burlington County or Cheesequake State Park in Middlesex County are great places to see nature. However, senior citizens should be careful of difficult pathways/walkways.

Shopping

Additionally, a trip to the supermarket is a nice way to enjoy the fall. For starters, you can see all the fall seasonal items that the grocery store has, like pumpkins. With Halloween a big part of the season, you can stock up on decorations, and even start preparing for the trick-or-treaters!

Sporting Event

In the fall, several sports make their triumphant return. Go out and catch a local football, field hockey, lacrosse, or soccer game. Also, it’s a great way to stay a part of your community.

Because of recreational transportation, fall activities don’t have to seem impossible. In fact, Abba Medical Transportation’s recreational transportation can take you wherever you need to go. Abba Medical Transportation can take you to events such as fairs, parades, and anything else that you enjoy. So, this fall, don’t be stuck indoors. Call Abba Medical Transportation today at 732-583-1121 to participate in any one of the recreational transport fall activities.

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