lets be cliche and start off with the fact I LOVE FALL. I love everything about this season. The leaves changing, the weather, spending time with family, but most off all. I love all the Fall activities
who would’ve thought I would become that mom. Doing yearly pumpkin patch visit. To be honest, we never purchased the pumpkins when we visit. Dont make that face. Maybe one time. We really only go for the fall activities. Here is why, I don’t like pumpkin anything. Not a pumpkin spice coffee, not a pumpkin pie, not even a candle. You can keep all of it.
BUT this year since Dylan is a little older and is excited about all things fall. I might just try something pumpkin this season.
our traditional pumpkin patch to visit is Randy’s pumpkin patch in Lawrencevill. There are so many fun activities for everyone. A train ride, bounce house, trampoline, petting zoo and pony rides. It’s not the largest pumpkin patch and it’s not on a farm but trust me it’s full of fun!
I was looking forward to visiting this year. unfortunately, due to covid they will not be open this season. However, they will be selling Christmas trees in November. So maybe you can go over to chop down a tree.
This prompted me to look if all pumpkin patch were closed and what were safety precautions they have in place. Since I can’t give a review because I haven’t visited these as yet. I’ll Share the top three you may want to consider visiting.
Southern Belle farm: Southern Belle Farm is a family owned 330 acre working farm. upon research I realize they sell fruits all year around. starweberries and of course the Georgia peach. ever so often I google pumpkin patch this farm seem to come up. This year I saw Heather Lindsey and her family pictures and it looked like so much fun!
Fall activists: pumpkin patch , corn maze, flower patch and 20 other fall activities
location: 1658 Turner Church RoadMcDonough, Georgia 30252
Regular: $11.95 (plus taxes & fees) -Ages 2 and under: Free!
Flower Patch Admission: $9.95
Activity Admission -Ages (3-64): $15.95 (plus taxes & fees) -Seniors (65+): $12.95 (plus taxes & fees) -Military (with ID): $12.95 (plus taxes & fees) -Ages 2 and under: Free! Flower Patch Admission: $9.95
Due to covid tickets are sold online and with time slots. There will be no walk up tickets.
Time Saturdays 10am-7pm for all farm activities
Sundays 1pm-7pm for all farm activities
Fall Break (Sept 22nd-25th): 10am-5pm
Weekdays Tues-Fri 10am-5pm
ticket allow you stay on the farm for 2 hours. You can also book $25 photo sessions on the farm. pumpkin patch or Christmas tree. Photographer not included.
Fall activities Corn maze
Kids games in our farm playground
Escape Woods escape game adventures (additional reservation required at escapewoods.com)
Location Sleepy Hollow Farm
628 Sleepy Hollow Road, Powder Springs, GA
Admission price: $10-$12
General Admission Pricing: $10
Wagon rides, Corn Maze, Farm Animals & Kid Zone, Pumpkin Patch (pumpkins sold separately) – $12 per person, 2 and under FREE with purchase of adult ticket.
Time: Wednesday – Sunday: 10am-6pm (must arrive by 5pm)
Tuesday 10/20 & 10/27: 10am-6pm (must arrive by 5pm)
CLOSED MONDAYS & MOST TUESDAYS (SEE ABOVE FOR THE 2 TUESDAYS THAT WE ARE OPEN)
COVID UPDATE: Limited amount of tickets sold per time slot. Buy your tickets online in advance
3. Burts Farm This farm has a pretty interesting history. Located next to Amicalola Falls State Park. The various pumpkin size , beautiful scenery and hay ride seem to be the attraction. Not to mention its FREE entry.
Location: 5 Burts Pumpkin Farm Rd Dawsonville, GA 30534
Hay ride $6.00 per person
children 2 and under FREE
Time: Pumpkin Patch and Store:
Open Daily 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Hayride Running Daily
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
covid update: I didn’t see anything posted on the site.
This holiday season will look different because of what we are dealing with in the world. Remember to love those around you as we learn how to adjust to adjustments.