Burt's Farm in Dawsonville, Georgia
5 Things to Do Besides Get a Pumpkin at these Patches
The lure of big, fat, fresh pumpkins may get you to explore pumpkin patches in Georgia, but these five fall activities will keep you there long after the pumpkins have been put into the trunk.
In addition to pumpkins, a corn maze and huge jumpy pillow, Southern Belle Farm in McDonough also has several fire pits available for rent during the fall season. Bring some s’more fixings and enjoy a perfect fall evening under the stars. You’ll need to plan though; you must reserve one of the fire pits at least eight days ahead of your desired date, but the good news is you can request a campfire reservation online.
Wander Through the Corn
Several pumpkin patches in Georgia also have corn mazes. Copper Creek Farm Corn Maze & Pumpkin Patch in Calhoun, also is haunted at night. Visit for a wickedly fun nighttime journey into the twisted trails of the moonlit cornfield.
More North Georgia Pumpkin Patches and Corn Mazes here.
At the Still Family Farm in Powder Springs, there are lots of kid-friendly games, but pretty much anyone can enjoy the pump duck races and the roly poly, a human-sized hamster ball.
Watch for Zombies
Opening Sept. 28, take a stroll through the Poppell Farms Pumpkin Patch & 10 Acre Maze in Odum. But be careful of zombies, the woods along the trail are full of them!
Cheer a Pig
At Washington Farms in Watkinsville, cheer your favorite little piggy in a race to the finish. Not only do the pigs run around a track, but they swim, too!