Visiting a pumpkin farm in the fall is a family tradition we started before our kids were born. It’s something I’ve done since I was a child, and James and I have been to some nearby ones with family.
Now, we take our boys and they always have a blast. We have visited a few different ones in the North Georgia area, and have found them all enjoyable if you want a relaxing day in the fresh air.
The Best Pumpkin Farms in North Georgia
5 Burts Pumpkin Farm Rd
Dawsonville, GA 30534
My family has been going to Burt’s Pumpkin Farm during the fall for years. We love the atmosphere, as it’s a great place to get seasonal photos of the kids or the entire family. Admission and parking are free, but the hayride around the farm costs $5. The general store is stocked with lots of fresh vegetables and yummy treats too!
1514 Reeves Station Rd
A newer farm in the area, Copper Creek has lots of offer families in the Fall. It is open on Friday and Saturday in October. They feature a hayride, corn maze, gem mining, jumping pillow, pumpkin patch, and more. There are also haunted mazes and flashlight mazes for Halloween on certain nights.
At Copper Creek, you can purchase a $15 “Buy the Farm” pass to enjoy all the activities, or a general admission pass for $12, which gets you in the farm and a few of the activities. I recommend the $15 pass to do it all.
The food at Copper Creek is amazing too! They have Frito pies, burgers, hot dogs, chili, pizza, and BBQ to fill your belly. For your sweet tooth, be sure to try their banana split, homemade ice cream, chocolate dipped cheesecake, or a milkshake. Wash it all down with some fresh-squeezed lemonade!
337 Cassville Road
Cartersville, Georgia 30120
If you are looking for a great way to spend a fall day, give Pettit Creek Farms a try! They are open on weekends in September, and then every day in October – including Halloween. For families, they have a friendly maze, petting zoo, moonwalks, hayrides, and a pumpkin patch to shop in.
Photo Credit: Uncle Shuck’s
4520 Highway 53 E
Dawsonville, GA 30534
Lots of food is awaiting you at Uncle Shuck’s Pumpkin Patch! There is a large corn maze with a new design for 2016…in honor of their sponsor, Northside Hospital. You can also take a hayride, watch or feed the goats, and choose a nice big pumpkin while you are there. On certain nights, there’s a haunted maze and a hayride with a bonfire where you can roast marshmallows!
7170 Jot-em Down Road
Gainesville, GA 30506
The Kinsey Family Farm lets you spend a cool Fall day outdoors with your loved ones. You can pack a picnic lunch and use the tables they have. Hayrides are done throughout the day and you have plenty of pumpkins to choose from to take home. Kids can feed the catfish in the pond and other animals in the barn.
Don’t forget to stop by the fall harvest shop, which offers several varieties of fresh apples, apple cider, fresh honey, jams & jellies, bread, edible squash, baked goods and much more!
Photo Credit: Yahoo Farm Facebook
4729 Waleska Highway 108
Jasper, GA 30143
Yahoo Farm is a pumpkin farm with something for everyone. There are lots of delicious treats for sale, including pumpkin cupcakes, apple pies, and BBQ. The corn maze is filled with interesting facts about pumpkins, and when you reach the end you can shoot the corn cannon! Hayrides (both regular and haunted), butterfly and flower gardens, fossil and gem grubbin’, pony rides, and bounce house also delight your family!
2100 Sugar Pike Road
Woodstock, Ga 30188
Big Springs Farm isn’t far from Atlanta, and they have lots of pumpkins for you to choose from each year. They also offer hayrides, a corn maze, farm animals, and a bounce house. When you get hungry, the Snack Shack is there to fill your belly with hot boiled peanuts, fresh apple fritters, or hot dogs and chips.
What’s your favorite pumpkin farm in North Georgia? What fall traditions do your family have?
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