5 Pumpkin patch in Georgia you should visit

I love everything the fall season has to offer. 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 visits. To be honest, we really only go for the fall activities. Here me out, I don’t like eating pumpkin anything. No, to pumpkin spice coffee. No, to pumpkin pie. No, to pumpkin candles. You can keep all of it. Don’t make that face.Maybe one day my taste for pumpkin will change. As of right now we’re just arriving to the pumpkin patch in style and ready for fun!


If you are looking for a smaller pumpkin patch just to pick up a pumpkin but enjoy a little fall activity at the same time. We’ve visited Randy’s pumpkin patch located 1460 Lawrenceville Hwy Lawrenceville, GA. The fun activities range from train rides, bounce house, trampoline, petting zoo and pony rides. It’s not the largest pumpkin patch of the bunch and it’s not on a farm, but for a pumpkin patch nestled in a neighborhood the kids will love it.

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If you're the person who want the activities, the farm, and the whole experience. Here are a few pumpkin patch in Georgia that's worth the drive.

1. Southern Belle farm

Southern Belle Farm is a family owned 330 acre working farm. The coolest part about this location is they sell fruits all year around. Strawberries and of course the Georgia peach. This pumpkin patch seem to be the favorite one for the season. That means get your tickets early.


pumpkin patch , corn maze, flower patch and 20 other fall activities


1658 Turner Church RoadMcDonough, Georgia 30252

Weekday prices

Regular: $11.95 (plus taxes & fees) Ages 2 and under: Free!

Flower Patch Admission: $9.95

Weekend prices

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