Looking for the perfect place to enjoy some family fun this Fall? Head to a pumpkin patch near you to carve a pumpkin, take a hayride, or get lost in a corn maze. Metro Atlanta has plenty of great festive places for you and your family to appreciate autumn. We encourage you and your family to try some new family fun this fall, so we’re sharing some of the best pumpkin patches in the surrounding Atlanta area. Plus, if you’re looking for a new home this season, then we invite you to see the available, new homes and communities, now selling near these family-friendly attractions.
Warbington Farms in Cumming
Located in Forsyth County, Warbington Farms has been in operation since 1968. From September 16 to November 4, your family can head out to spend a weekend at Warbington Farms to enjoy all of the traditional activities including a corn maze, pumpkin patch, hayride, and petting zoo. The farm also features a tire yard, roller slides, and swings for the kids to enjoy. Check out their Fall special events!
Uncle Shuck’s Pumpkin Patch in Dawsonville
With its corn maze and pumpkin patch open from September to October, your family is sure to love your time spent at Uncle Shuck’s Pumpkin Patch. The festive destination also offers families the opportunity to experience a towering goat walk, corn cannon, and seasonal décor including Indian corn, corn shucks, gourds and mini pumpkins. Don’t miss out on their popular nighttime October event, Dark Rows Haunted Corn Maze, where you and your family can make your way through the haunted cornfield, go on a nighttime hayride, and roast marshmallows.
Southern Belle Farms in McDonough
Situated in Henry County, Southern Belle Farms is a 330-acre family farm that has been in operation since 1938. Visitors to this popular destination will enjoy all of the seasonal favorite activities including a hayride, corn maze, pumpkin patch, and petting zoo. You’ll also find unique offerings such as pig races, corn cannons, racing pedal karts, rubber duck races, a jumping pillow and giant tunnel slide.
Mitcham Farm in Oxford
Any weekend from September 23 to November 5, your family can head to Mitcham Farm in Oxford, GA. Colonel Cob’s Corn Maze, the featured attraction at the farm, will take you and your family on a 7-acre adventure as you make your way through the corn maze answering questions and participating in various activities. While at the farm, your family can also enjoy the pumpkin patch, hayride, mechanical bull ride, pedal karts, cow train, corn cannon, and much more.
Uncle Bob’s Pumpkin Patch in Newnan
Drive on into Newnan, GA to enjoy a fun-filled time at Uncle Bob’s Pumpkin Patch. Pottery demonstrations, spinning demonstrations, dyeing demonstrations, felting demonstrations, a nature trail, honeybee barn, bat theater, and worm factory are just some of the activities that make Uncle Bob’s Pumpkin Patch stand apart from the rest. But the fun doesn’t stop there — you can also take advantage of the 80-foot vine tunnel, story time, puppet show, petting zoo, hayride, corn maze, and various picnic spots.
Sleepy Hollow Farm in Powder Springs
The 60-acre farm of Sleepy Hollow is a seasonal destination you don’t want to miss this fall, open from September 23 to October 31. Brace yourself for The Legend of Sleepy Hollow haunted attraction where the famous text from Washington Irving comes to life before your very eyes. Looking for more adventure? Make a reservation to try your chance at the farm’s popular escape experience Escape Woods. Other festive activities include a hayride, corn maze, pumpkin patch, pony rides, pumpkin slingshot, farm animals, and country store.
Make Some Memories
No matter which pumpkin patch destination you choose to enjoy to this fall, you’re sure to have a fun-filled adventure as you experience this quintessential autumn fun. We hope you and your family create fond memories and begin some new traditions that last a lifetime. Have a wonderful season from Kerley Family Homes!