7 Fall Adventures To Take In Georgia That'll Get You In The Spooky Season Spirit
Georgia is one of the best places to be when fall rolls around. From the North Georgia Mountains to the cute, small towns located around the state, there are so many things to do and see. Kick-off the fall season by going on a road trip around Georgia to visit these adventurous and exciting spots that'll get you in the spooky season spirit.
These seven spots are sure to give you the best bang for your buck and give you one heck of an autumn adventure. From the very tippy-top of the state to Savannah's coast, there's something for everyone.
Whether you're into scares that'll send chills up your spine or just into seeing some fall foliage that covers the mountain valleys, this list will have you covered.
Grab your besties and let them know you're all going on a road trip because it's spooky season time — and don't forget the camera!
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Take a ghost hunting road trip to some of Georgia's most haunting destinations
Address: Atlanta to Savannah
Why You Need To Go: There are spots all throughout the state that are worth visiting if you're into haunts. Visit the most haunted city in Georgia and the oldest cemetery in Atlanta for one heck of an adventure.
Attend a pumpkin glow fest
When: Now through November 1
Address: 1000 Robert E. Lee Blvd., Stone Mountain, GA
Why You Need To Go: This Stone Mountain Festival will be filled with all the fall-themed activities. When night falls, the park will glow and you can explore the different exhibits. It's almost like Christmas, but with pumpkins.
Hunt for a massive pumpkin
Price: Free to enter, $6 hayrides, and varying prices for pumpkins depending on their size
When: Now through November 10
Address: 5 Burts Pumpkin Farm Rd., Dawsonville, GA
Why You Need To Go: Burt's Pumpkin Farm is the go-to spot for finding the perfect carving pumpkin. You can them in all different colors, as well as some that weigh 150-pounds.
Take a ride through the colors on a fall foliage train
Price: $57 for adults ($48.45 for group rate)
When: September 26 through October 8
Address: 241 Depot St., Blue Ridge, GA
Why You Need To Go: The Blue Ridge Scenic Railroad will take you through the North Georgia Mountains and into Tennessee to see the most beautiful fall foliage, with a stopover the boarder for you to explore before re-boarding.
Conquer a terrifying ghost train
Price: $14.02 (after fees)
When: October 1 through October 31
Address: 1881 Stockmar Rd., Villa Rica, GA
Why You Need To Go: The Pine Mountain Gold Museum puts on a ghost train experience every Halloween. You can ride around while getting spooked by your worst nightmares as they chase your train car.
Try to survive this escape room in the woods at dark
Address: 628 Sleepy Hollow Rd., Powder Springs, GA
Why You Need To Go: Escape Woods is located in the middle of a North Georgia forest and has many terrifying escape games versions to choose from. In this one, you'll have to escape from a serial killer's camp before you're his next victim.
Unlock your inner witch at an eerie oddity shop
Address: All around Little 5 Points, Atlanta, GA
Why You Need To Go: Atlanta has so many witchy and oddity shops where you can buy new crystals and gems for your collection, odd trinkets, and even a whole new magical wardrobe.
Who's ready to get spooky?
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.