It feels like every Georgian is anxiously awaiting fall. With the cooler weather just around the corner, there are a plethora of activities to partake in (despite the horrendous humidity). The upcoming season is bringing you the chance to make even more memories with festivals, haunted houses, and hikes that are 1000 times more pleasant in the fall. Every corner of Georgia has an abundance of fall activities to keep couples and friends alike busy.
We composed the ultimate fall bucket list with adventures from all over the state. Whether you just choose one or hit Georgia on an epic road trip, you're guaranteed a remarkable time.
When: Oct. 18 to Oct. 19
Address: 3200 George Busbee Pkwy. NW., Kennesaw, GA 30144
Why You Need To Go: This incredible hot air balloon festival is breathtaking, whether you're just admiring the gigantic balloons or floating above the city in one.
Fear The Woods
Address: 3565 GA-155 N., Stockbridge, GA 30281
Why You Need To Go: This heart-pounding interactive adventure takes haunted houses to a whole new level.
Address: 628 Sleepy Hollow Rd. B, Powder Springs, GA 30127
Why You Need To Go: Here's another simulation that's just as creepy. You'll have to outsmart a serial killer clown to escape this cabin in the middle of the woods.
Little 5 Halloween Parade
When: Oct. 19
Address: Intersection of Austin Avenue NE. and Euclid Avenue NE., Atlanta, GA 30307
Why You Need To Go: You'll be surrounded by Atlanta's most creative and outgoing people at this boozy parade in Little 5 Points. Dressing up is encouraged!
Address: 5691 Hog Mountain Rd., Bogart, GA 30622
Why You Need To Go: For under $15, you get to experience all the farm activities like pig racing, pumpkin slingshot, campfires, and more. It makes for the cutest date.
Red Apple Barn
Price: Prices varies per pound
Address: 3379 Tails Creek Rd., Ellijay, GA 30540
Why You Need To Go: We all know Ellijay shows out when it comes to apples (they have an entire apple festival), so you can pick your own to see what the hype is about.
Price: $3 parking
Address: Arkaquah Trail, Young Harris, GA 30582
Why You Need To Go: You can catch an insane sunset while overlooking Georgia at its highest point.
North Georgia State Fair
Price: Standard admission is $7 + additional for ticket purchases
When: Sept. 19 to Sept. 29
Address: 2245 Callaway Rd. SW., Marietta, GA 30008
Why You Need To Go: This adorable fair is blessing the public with major discount days. It makes for one heck of a nostalgic experience.
Price: $8 to $10 admission
When: Certain days from Sept. 5 to Oct. 27
Address: 1074 Edelweiss St., Helen, GA 30545
Why You Need To Go: You'll think that you caught a flight to Germany with the costumes and architecture at this annual drinkfest.
Fausett Farms Sunflowers
Address: 9847 Elliott Family Pkwy., Dawsonville, GA 30534
Why You Need To Go: This sunflower paradise with 900,000 flowers is guaranteed to make you feel all warm inside.
The Kehoe House
Price: From $230 a night
Address: 123 Habersham St, Savannah, GA 31401
Why You Need To Go: Not only does this 4-star hotel make for a romantic getaway, it makes for a ghost-busting adventure. This hotel is allegedly one of the most haunted in Savannah.
The Warwoman Dell
Address: 2994 Warwoman Rd., Clayton, GA
Why You Need To Go: This forest will be jaw-dropping as soon as the leaves change color, and it makes for an enchanting hike with views of three waterfalls.