Every fall season, many of us have a personal fall bucket list. You know, the list with all the basic and fun activities to do throughout the months of September to November. There are plenty of pumpkin patches in Georgia, but this specific one has baby animals and unique treats to go along with it. 

Berry Patch Farms is located in Woodstock, Georgia right outside of Atlanta. It will officially be open for the season on October 6 and you will want to visit at least once this season. 

The farm turns into a huge pumpkin patch, which makes for a great fall date spot, and their local on-site market will be open so you can get all the fall goodies you have been waiting for. 

You will take a hayride down to the pumpkin patch, because what is the fall season without a hayride? This destination is your one-stop shop for all the things on your fall bucket list, we swear. 

As for the pumpkins, you will have many to choose from. They are all different sizes, and some are even different colors. This is the place where you are going to want to make your boo thing take their phone out to take some bomb photos of you in a pumpkin patch. Thank us later. 

Berry Patch Farms told Narcity that the pumpkins are priced per pound, and the small gourd pumpkins are $1 each. When you are finished picking out the best pumpkin, you will head back up to the front to pay and grab some goodies. 

The farm makes its own fresh-pressed apple cider that is probably some of the best cider you will ever drink. There are also fried pies and of course, boiled peanuts and popcorn. 

You can't forget to stop by the area with all the baby farm animals. Playing with baby animals will be the icing on the cake at this destination. 

There are a few more spots in Georgia that are the perfect fall date destinations and one of them is a spot that has a massive corn maze and pumpkin patch

 

Berry Patch Farms 

Price: $4 for parking 

When: October 6-29

Address: 786 Arnold Mill Rd., Woodstock, GA 30188

Why You Need To Go: You can drink fresh apple cider, eat fried pies, and take a hayride to a huge pumpkin patch at this farm. 


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