There's a big possibility that it's been way too long since you've stepped foot outside your house and now find yourself feeling a little cooped up with a sprinkle of cabin fever. If you're bored of the Netflix binges and want to take a break from the couch potato way of life, these super fun things to do near Atlanta this weekend might just be the cure for your boredom blues.\nFrom alpacas and bunnies to bratwurst and bier cheese, these activities will provide a span of excuses to escape the confines of your apartment for the weekend and breathe in the newfound fall air.\nIt's not too late to dive into a refreshing pool during movie night, walk through trails of twinkling lights or celebrate Atlanta's film culture with exclusive drive-in screenings.\nEditor's Choice: Carole Baskin Got Ripped to Shreds By The Judges On Her Performance Last Night (VIDEO)\nWhether you go it alone or roll up with your crew, these six exciting escapes near Atlanta will help get you out of the house this weekend.\nGlow By Night At Stone Mountain\nPrice: $26.95+\nWhen: Sept. 19 through Nov. 1\nAddress: 1000 Robert E. Lee. Blvd., Stone Mountain, GA\nWhy You Need To Go: One of Georgia's most renowned landmarks is back again with the annual Pumpkin Festival. By day, you can revel in all the pumpkin-filled entertainment, and by night, you can see the whole park glow through thousands of neon lights, 10 new themed areas, and over 40 re-imagined scenes — including singing pumpkins and life-like dinosaurs.\n View this post on Instagram Went to the stone mountain pumpkin festival. Looked like Christmas...with pumpkins. #stonemountain #pumpkinfestival #stonemountainpumpkinfestival #colourful A post shared by Tyler Mathis (@tylersaurs) on Oct 21, 2019 at 11:32am PDT\n\nWebsite\nFarmer's Market At The Battery\nPrice: Free attendance and three-hour parking\nWhen: Sept. 20 (plus more Sundays to follow)\nAddress: 800 Battery Ave. SE., Atlanta, GA\nWhy You Need To Go: The Battery is always full of adventurous opportunities but this weekend, the home of The Braves will be hosting a farmer's market with prepared foods, farm-fresh produce, artisanal bread, and more on the Plaza Green. Before going home with a boatload of fresh groceries, chill out with some drinks at the Punchbowl Social.\n View this post on Instagram ran a lot of miles and hiked a lot of hills but the hardest thing I did all week was eat this ice cream. #iykyk A post shared by SJ⚡️🤠 (@sarahjaneforeman) on Sep 6, 2019 at 3:46pm PDT\n\nWebsite\nDive-In Poolside Movie Night\nPrice: Free\nWhen: Sept. 18 and 19\nAddress: 2235 Briarwood Way NE., Atlanta, GA\nWhy You Need To Go: Can't decide on a pool day or a movie night? You can now experience both rolled into one. At Briarwood Park in Brookhaven, you can catch an outdoor viewing of The Addams Family or Space Jam this weekend while swimming at the newly re-opened Briarwood Park Pool. The events are free with no ticket required, but make sure to bring your own snacks and get there early, as the maximum capacity is 40.\n View this post on Instagram Summer is not gone yet and before it goes you're going to want to check out the new Briarwood Pool! It open this Saturday, September 12 at 10 a.m. it includes a new zero-entry pool with spray features for play and a portion of the pool has been transitioned into a 75-foot long six-lane competition section that can be used by swim teams that operate out of the park. Cool fact: It's the first major parks bond construction project! Along with the Murphey Candler pool, the Briarwood pool will be open through September from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. on Saturdays and from 1-6 p.m. on Sundays. 📍2235 Briarwood Way A post shared by City of Brookhaven (@brookhavengagov) on Sep 8, 2020 at 1:36pm PDT\n\nWebsite\nCreekwater Alpaca Farm\nPrice: $15+\nAddress: 2812 Centerville Rosebud Rd., Snellville, GA\nWhy You Need To Go: Get up close and personal with these ultra fuzzy farm giants right outside the city. You can book both private and public tours to experience a hands-on furry frenzy. This next-level petting zoo lets visitors feed and pet alpacas, bunnies, pigs, goats, sheep, and more.\n View this post on Instagram 🦙met some alpacas today🦙 A post shared by Daryl Demarest (@daryl.demarest) on Jul 25, 2020 at 8:42am PDT\n\nWebsite\nDer Biergarten\nPrice: $5+\nAddress: 300 Marietta St. NW., Atlanta, GA\nWhy You Need To Go: If you've ever celebrated Oktoberfest, you probably know the fun actually starts in September. Get started on the festivities by munching on some brats and beer cheese at this authentic German spot. Liters of beer are always flowing here, so it's the perfect place for you and your buds to ring in the spooky season if you're looking to get your drink on.\n View this post on Instagram impatiently waiting for corona to just mean beer 🍻 A post shared by H O L L Y G O O D W I N (@hollychristine__) on May 5, 2020 at 10:50am PDT\n\nWebsite\nAtlanta Film Festival\nPrice: $50+\nWhen: Sept. 17 through 27\nAddress: Plaza Theatre Drive-In, Pratt-Pullman Yard, Dad's Garage\nWhy You Need To Go: Pay tribute to the ever-growing "Hollywood of the South" by celebrating the artistic culture of local film. The ten-day fest offers a plethora of drive-in screenings featuring a handful of the 148 diverse-genre films chosen as winners from a pool of over 8,500 submissions.\n View this post on Instagram For Immediate Release! Atlanta Film Festival 2020 atlantafilmandtv.com/blog #atlanta #atlantageorgia #atlantafilmandtv #atlff #actors #writers #directors #producers #contentcreators #storyboardsrtists #animators #virtualphotography A post shared by Atlanta Film and TV (@atlantafilmandtv) on Aug 20, 2020 at 2:40pm PDT\n\nWebsite\nTime to let the good times roll with these weekend escapades.\nBefore 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.