Since the COVID-19 pandemic began earlier this year, there has definitely been a lull in events in Williamson County and the Nashville area. But there are still plenty of options for having fun with your family and friends! Even if we have to be socially-distanced that doesn’t mean you can’t get out and make some great memories.
If you’re looking to do something fun and memorable to do but also want to stay socially distanced, we have the list for you! From enjoying the great outdoors to finally tackling your home design projects, here are 5 COVID-approved things to do in Williamson County this fall.
Head to the drive-in theater.
Just in time for 2020, Franklin has introduced a brand new, drive-in theater! Located behind Rolling Hills Community Church off of Columbia Avenue, The Field at Franklin is now screening beloved classics and family favorites. They will also occasionally hosting musical events and more! The suggested price for movie nights is $35 per car. You can find the schedule and more information at https://franklindrive-in.com.
Go camping in the great outdoors.
Autumn is the perfect time to get out of the house and spend time in nature with your loved ones! Pick up a roomy tent (or pack the RV if you have one!) Then head to a campground nearby or take your adventure on the road. The choice is up to you. This website has a great list of campground options in Williamson County and the surrounding areas.
Tackle that home painting project
You knew we would add this to the list, right? If you’re staying home more often than usual, why not take on the house projects you’ve been putting off all year? As the weather cools down, fall is a great time to paint your house exterior, stain your fence, or even give your indoor living areas a whole new color scheme. Whether you’re in Franklin, Brentwood, Spring Hill, or beyond, our ProTek team is ready to serve you, with a fully customized quote for the job at hand.
Visit Arrington Vineyard
Year-round, Arrington Vineyard continues to be an amazing place to relax and unwind for families and date nights alike. Bring a picnic lunch, try a wine tasting, or catch a sunset if you can. Visiting Arrington is a great way to stay socially distanced, while still enjoying the experience of eating out. This fall, Arrington is operating at a limited capacity, so be sure to check their website before you arrive.
Embrace and enjoy your outdoor space
Finally, if you’re staying home, you might as well do it in style! While the summer heat and bugs can be stifling, September -November are great months to finally get to enjoy your outdoor space. Whether you’ve decided to stain your deck or stock up on brand new patio furniture, why not spend a little more time with your family or a few close friends outside? Try turning off the TV, grabbing a beverage, and enjoying your neighborhood with a little outdoor living!
So there you have it! 5 great ways to have fun with your family or friends in Williamson County or Middle Tennessee this fall. Which of these activities are YOU excited to try?