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Get into the fall spirit at these Atlanta pumpkin patches

Gené Hunter
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(ATLANTA, Ga.) Summer has come to an end and it is time to get spooky! Fall is all about pumpkins, whether it be pumpkin spice, pumpkin pie or just a traditional pumpkin, there are so many ways you can enjoy them.

If you’re looking for a fun fall activity, take a visit to a pumpkin patch around Atlanta and view the large selection of pumpkins, and even take one (or two) home! Many venues also have other outside activities like apple picking, corn mazes and petting zoos.

Southern Belle Farms — McDonough

Visit Southern Belle Farms and spend the day getting lost in corn mazes or enjoy scenic views while taking a cow train ride. Aside from picking out the perfect pumpkin for your fall decor, you can enjoy a rubber duck race, visit barnyard animals and race pedal carts.

Sleepy Hollow Farms — Powder Springs

Located just outside of Atlanta, Sleepy Hollow Farms features tractor rides around the farm and a wide range of pumpkins for you to take home. Make it a fun day for the family and let your kids enjoy games on the farm playground and visit with farm animals. Stop by the country store on your way out for souvenirs and fun decor to remember your time there.

Randy's Pumpkin Patch — Lawrenceville

Randy’s Pumpkin Patch is known to have an amusement park atmosphere and is a great way to spend the day this fall. In addition to its pumpkin selection, the venue also has plenty of attractions like a petting zoo, giant slide, inflatable haunted house, pony rides, bounce houses and concession stands. with funnel cakes.

Yule Forest Pumpkin Patch — Stockbridge

The Yule Forest Pumpkin Patch lets visitors cut a fresh pumpkin straight from the vine with provided stem cutters (or you can grab one of the pre-cut ones). Besides the actual pumpkins, the pumpkin patch also has a corn maze, hayrides, a pirate ship playground, puppet shows and farm animals.

Berry Patch Farms — Woodstock

Nestled in the outskirts of Woodstock, Berry Patch Farm has a range of pumpkins in addition to hayrides and a display of baby farm animals. The farm also has concessions for purchase including homemade apple cider, fried pies, boiled peanuts and more.

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