It's officially September and that means it's time to blow the dust off your cinnamon candles, wrap up in your favorite cozy sweater, and of course, indulge in all the seasonal drinks. Although Georgia weather can be unpredictable, one can only hope that crisp autumn air replaces this sweltering heat sooner rather than later. Regardless, most folks won't let a little humidity get in the way of their fall adventures in Georgia.\nYou'll soon get to witness the leaves turn from green to a vibrant kaleidoscope of yellow, orange, and red. When the transition officially hits, you'll want to have your fall checklist ready to launch.\nThe season combines a bundle of activities to help prep you for the spooky season including horror movie marathons, Halloween parties, ghost tours, haunted houses, pumpkin picking, and even cider sipping.\nEditor's Choice: This Map Will Take You To Some Of The Most Haunted Spots In Georgia\nSpeaking of sipping, it's undeniable that there's a good chunk of the population with a guilty pleasure for pumpkin spice lattes. After grabbing one from your favorite coffee shop, you can frolic in all things autumn on these adventures ranging from charming to spine chilling.\nWestview Cemetery\nPrice: Free\nAddress: 1680 Westview Dr. SW., Atlanta, GA\nWhy You Need To Go: This massive, nearly 600-acre graveyard marks the largest civilian cemetery in the Southeast. The spookiest part is that it's still gaining "new residents." The breathtaking mausoleum here mimics gothic-style, Euro-centric architecture and includes over 11,000 tombs inside.\nNote: Tours of the mausoleum and chapel are not currently open to the public for visitation, but they are available for viewing from the outside.\n View this post on Instagram Westview . . . #umisaysphotography #umisays #atlanta #urbansophisticate #photographyeveryday #photography #potd #tbt #photographyislife #photog #photographyy #photogram #architecture #architect #abbey #westviewabbey #westviewcemetery #everydaypeople #streetleaks #oldatlanta #streetphotography #artsy #throwbackthursday A post shared by Umi Says Photography (@umisaysphotography) on Sep 22, 2016 at 3:29pm PDT\n\nWebsite\nHard Labor Creek State Park\nPrice: $5 parking, $15+ to camp\nAddress: 5 Hard Labor Creek Rd., Rutledge, GA\nWhy You Need To Go: If you're a horror movie fanatic, this park is the perfect spine-chilling adventure for you and your friends. Friday the 13th VI: Jason Lives was filmed here at Camp Daniel Morgan and other areas of the park, including Lake Rutledge. Explore the waters or go camping and you may just feel like Mr. Voorhees himself is watching you.\n View this post on Instagram I highly recommend the cabins at Hard Labor Creek State Park. Really nice. A post shared by Darin Givens (@atlurbanist) on Aug 30, 2020 at 9:21am PDT\n\nWebsite\nStranger Things Filming Location Scavenger Hunt\nPrice: Free\nAddress: View the locations here.\nWhy You Need To Go: Although Stranger Things takes place in Indiana, production takes place right in your own back yard. If you're a follower of the Hawkins clan, you can walk in their shoes for a day by visiting these film sites throughout the state. You can snap a pic in front of "Hawkins Middle School", channel your inner Eleven at "Benny's Burgers," and even try to escape "Hopper's Cabin."\n View this post on Instagram This second location I was SUPER excited for because ever since season 1 came out, I haven’t been able to go back to Atlanta until now. This is Hopper’s cabin in which we get to see it in season 2. The coolest thing is that now this is an escape room so you’re able to visit. Check out @sleepy_hollow_farm for more info. Thank you to Lisa, for being so kind. ————————————————————-#StrangerThings #HoppersCabin #SleepyHollowFarm #VisitGeorgia #FilmingLocation #FilmingLocations #FilmLocation #FilmLocations #PowderSprings A post shared by Leslie Love (@filmlocations22) on Sep 1, 2020 at 10:29am PDT\n\nScavenger Map\nBurt's Pumpkin Farm\nPrice: Free admission and parking\nWhen: September through November\nAddress: 5 Burts Pumpkin Farm Rd., Dawsonville, GA\nWhy You Need To Go: This North Georgia family farm takes pumpkin patches to the next level. You can get gigantic 150-pound pumpkins as you stroll through over 50 acres of giant, orange-clad joy. They even offer $6 hayrides that end with views of Amicalola Falls. And you can snag some homemade fall-themed treats in the shop before heading home.\n View this post on Instagram we obviously had to get the biggest pumpkin there🎃 A post shared by mason britt (@masonjbritt) on Oct 15, 2019 at 11:03am PDT\n\nWebsite\nGhost-Hunting at Wren's Nest\nPrice: $22\nWhen: Various dates throughout September & October\nAddress: 1050 Ralph David Abernathy Blvd., Atlanta, GA\nWhy You Need To Go: Get seriously spooked at this virtual ghost tour hosted by Wren's Nest, the oldest house museum in Georgia. The Southeastern Institute of Paranormal Research will walk you through the 150-year-old home where you're bound to discover otherworldly apparitions, lingering shadows, and hair-raising sounds — some of which are answers to questions from the investigators. \n View this post on Instagram Halloween well spent at #atlanta #historic home the @wrensnestatl Edgar Allan Poe Experience - although no #paranormalactivity detected despite the conclusion of the Southeastern Institute of Paranormal Research as reported in @creativeloafingatlanta. #happyhalloween #atl #westend #halloween #haunting #haunted #hauntedhouse #bnw #bnwphoto #landmark #legacy #community #folklore #paranormal #spirits #poltergeist #ghosts #edgarallanpoe #scarystories #storyteller #quoththeraven #nevermore A post shared by Lisa P in the ATL (@tippy_jane_living_life) on Oct 31, 2019 at 7:23pm PDT\n\nWebsite\nCopper Creek Haunted Cornmaze\nPrice: $16 for the haunted farm bundle\nWhen: Various dates throughout October\nAddress: 1514 Reeves Station Rd. SW., Calhoun, GA\nWhy You Need To Go: This Instagram-able farm experience is popular for its eminent sunflower fields in the summer and its sinister haunted corn maze in the fall. Masked monsters lurk in the rows of corn in the pitch darkness, so make sure you put on your bravest face. You can also enjoy a bonfire, marshmallows, hayrides, and a mechanical bull.\n View this post on Instagram happy #nationalpumpkinday 🎃 • I was in my element A post shared by Chyna Gowan (@chynadenise) on Oct 26, 2018 at 3:44pm PDT\n\nWebsite\nHike Trahlyta Lake Trail\nPrice: $5 for parking\nAddress: Within Vogel State Park, GA-180 Spur, Blairsville, GA\nWhy You Need To Go: This stunning hiking trail has it all: a lake, waterfalls, and mountains. This easy trek is only one-mile round-trip and leads you to the gorgeous Trahlyta Lake encompassed by views of Blood Mountain, which will be embroidered with autumn leaves in no time. A short spur trail will lead you to the cascading Trahlyta Falls.\n View this post on Instagram How often do you spend time outside? Most of us these days live a fast paced, technology lifestyle, commute for work, taking care of our kids or family, cleaning, cooking, watching television and more, we need to spend some time outdoors 🌳🌲🏝🏖🏜🏕🏔 Check out my feed and “Our Life” highlight for more nature photographs 😃 Fun fact: The great outdoor is better for your eyes and indoor air pollution is worse than outdoor 🇺🇸❤️🌏 . . . . . . . . . . #natureseekers #explore #traveladdict #ilovetotravel #hiker #neverstopexploring #travelguide #naturephotography #travelandleisure #travel #worldnomads #stayandwander #instravel #naturephotography #mytinyatlas #persuepretty #travelgram #nature_good #sheisnotlost #outdoors #traveller #storytelling #beautifuldestinations #agameoftones #passionpassport #travelstoke #traveldiaries A post shared by Novita Ikasari (@ikasari_acosta) on Nov 19, 2018 at 8:06am PST\n\nWebsite\nFrom hauntings to hikes, this short bucket list ought to be a well-rounded start to your autumnal adventures!\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.