When grocery and Hobby Lobby stores have already started putting their fall and Halloween decor out, that's when you know sweater weather's right around the corner. Fall is many people's favorite season because of the cool air, the cute pumpkin patch dates, and the colorful foliage you can frolic through. These cute Georgia cities and towns are the perfect places to spend a cool autumn day, so start planning your road trip now. 

This season calls for so many cute date ideas and BFF trips, it might be hard to pick where to go. You can visit iconic locations that will even make you forget you're still stateside with soaring mountain peaks, lush hiking trails, and dramatic architecture.

These seven towns in The Peach State make for great road trip destinations, and you can pick a new one to visit each weekend to keep things fresh.

Keep it simple with seasonal drinks between friends, or go apple picking on a charming farm. You can ride on a scenic mountain train, partake in Oktoberfest activities, and explore ancient ruins and nature trails with your favorite travel buddies in these picturesque towns. 

Helen, Georgia 

Why You Need To Go: This town will make you feel like you've stepped right into Germany. The Oktoberfest celebration might be canceled this year, but the town's restaurants, shops and hotels will be themed from September to October. 

St. Marys, Georgia 

Why You Need To Go: This small town is where you'll head to if you want to visit the famous Cumberland Island. You'll be able to see wild horses and ancient ruins. 


Dahlonega, Georgia

Why You Need To Go: This spot is home to one of the first discoveries of gold in the U.S. It's a beautiful mountain town with many trails, waterfalls, and places to mine for your own gems and gold. 


Covington, Georgia

Why You Need To Go: This town is where The Vampire Diaries and many other hit series and shows were filmed. There are numerous filming locations to see, making it a fun town to walk around, especially during the fall season. 


Jackson, Georgia 

Why You Need To Go: This city is home to Jackson Lake, High Falls State Park, and Indian Springs State Park. These are all great spots to explore when the weather cools down and the leaves start to change colors. 


Blue Ridge, Georgia 

Why You Need To Go: Situated right in the mountains, there are numerous wineries, nature attractions, and even juicy orchards you can explore.


Madison, Georgia 

Why You Need To Go: There are many old and historic homes in this town that will give you a peek at what life was once like there. You can even wander through bustling markets and visit cute eateries while you're there.


Start planning your adventures to these cute Georgia cities now to get the most out of your fall season!


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