Head to Magic Kingdom and celebrate fall at Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party (Photo: Walt Disney World News)

Fall is here! And Orlando couldn’t be more ready for the season. In fact, some Orlando theme parks have been ready since August! Here are 5 signs it’s fall in Orlando:

Halloween Events
Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party, Halloween Horror Nights, and Howl-O-Scream have already started, which means it’s fall. Other Halloween events kicking off in the next few weeks include SeaWorld’s Spooktacular (Sept. 21) and LEGOLAND Florida’s Brick-or-Treat (weekends starting Oct.5).

Seasonal Treats
You don’t have to go far to find a pumpkin treat in Orlando right now. Pumpkin Spice Lattes are the most obvious fall treat to enjoy but there are plenty of other items that will jolt you into full on fall mode. Walt Disney World entices taste buds this season with a few new treats including the Host-A-Ghost chocolate cupcake made with made with a dark chocolate truffle filling, crispy pearls, buttercream icing, and milk chocolate decoration and the Monster Brownie Sundae with gooey chocolate, brownie, cookie dough, m&m’s and whipped cream.

Seasonal Décor
Orlando theme parks have put up their best fall wreaths, pumpkins, scare crows and more in celebration of fall. Even if you don’t go to one of the parks’ Halloween events you will still be able to enjoy the season change as you stroll up and down the streets.

Epcot International Food & Wine Festival
Speaking of food, for many nothing says fall like the start of the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival. The foodie fare brings tapas-sized food and drink from around the world in one spectacular global celebration. Plus, there is plenty of entertainment like the Eat to the Beat Concert Series.

Cozier Clothing
Disney Springs (and pretty much any retailer) has brought out the newest collection of sweaters, boots, and more. If you’re looking for a Mickey jacket for when it really cools off in Orlando, now is the time to get one.