Pumpkin spice lattes have already started to made their debut at Starbucks, so that means fall is right around the corner. Flannels, scary movies, and cute dates are what the sweater weather season is all about and now's the time to start planning your autumnal adventures. Visiting pumpkin patches in Georgia is the ultimate fall activity, so grab your boo, a camera and get on the road to the fields.
With all the cute farms in Georgia, you're sure to find at least one pumpkin patch that tickles your fancy. Whether you like unique looking pumpkins or just regular ole gourds, there's a place for everyone in your crew.
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Not only do these spots have the perfect patches ripe for the plucking, but many of these spots have other fun activities you can enjoy too — such as corn mazes, hayrides, petting zoos, food, and much more.
So break out that cozy cardigan and get ready for six of the best patches and farms you'll be able to visit this upcoming 2020 fall season in Georgia.
Burt's Pumpkin Farm
When: Starts September 1, 2020
Address: 5 Burts Pumpkin Farm Rd., Dawsonville, GA
Why You Need To Go: This farm has been around since the 1800s and has just under 100 acres of plump pumpkins. Their Giant Pumpkins weigh up to 150 pounds! Admission is free, so if you happen to have an extra $6 you can take a hayride while you're here too.
When: Mid-September to the first weekend in November
Address: 5340 Cornelia Hwy., Alto, GA
Why You Need To Go: This farm specializes in U-pick events every season whether that be peaches, strawberries, flowers, or pumpkins during the fall. There's even a corn maze you can try to conquer with your friends.
Copper Creek Farm
When: September 26 to November 7
Address: 1514 Reeves Station Rd SW Calhoun, GA
Why You Need To Go: You can weave your way through this pumpkin patch to find a uniquely shaped pumpkin to take home. You'll also find a corn maze here and fireworks every Saturday night during the fall season. If you're up for a little detour, you can also find a unique rock garden that's free to visit and sure to rock your world only about a 10-minute drive away.
Berry Patch Farms
When: October 5 to October 27
Address: 786 Arnold Mill Rd., Woodstock, GA
Why You Need To Go: Not only can you pick the perfect pumpkin for your front porch here, you can play with baby farm animals while sipping on some fresh, hot apple cider.
Sleepy Hollow Pumpkin Farm
When: September 26 to November 1
Address: 628 Sleepy Hollow Rd., Powder Springs, GA
When: September 25 to November 8
Address: 797 Macedonia Church Rd., Oxford, GA
Why You Need To Go: Aside from picking out your pumpkin, you can go to a petting zoo, ride a mechanical bull, go on a helicopter ride, and make your own s'mores for the ultimate fall experience at this fun farm.
Start planning your pumpkin patch outfits now; fall will be here sooner than you know it!
Before you get going, check our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and most of all, be respectful on your trip.