FALL and Pumpkins go hand in hand!! It seems summer went by so fast and before we know it the Holidays will be here. But for now we have plenty of time to savor all the things that make the Fall season so special. Whether it is driving to North Georgia to see the changing of the leaves, hiking, or shopping at the many fall festivals we can make the planning easier for you! AlpharettaMoms.Org has compiled a list of many of the area pumpkin patches to help make your pumpkin search easier. Some of the below farms may be listed in our Corn Maze article as well! For more information on surrounding area pumpkin patches please check these links: Link 1 for Atlanta area, Link 2 for North Georgia. Halloween here we come!!
Pumpkin Patch opens early October. The pumpkin patch raises funds for children’s ministries. AMO loves the variety of pumpkins this patch has to offer and the location is right in downtown Alpharetta! Weeknights 5-8 pm, Saturdays 10 a.m. – 6 pm and Sunday 11 a.m. – 6 pm Facebook
BERRY PATCH FARMS OPEN OCTOBER 6 – 28
Bring the family for a fun day at the farm with a Tractor ride out to their pumpkin patch where you can pick your own pumpkin. We have been here plenty ‘a times and it is a wonderful experience. Weekends are crowded the closer to Halloween! Pick out your pumpkins and take the hayride back to get some apple cider, a homemade fried pie and some boiled peanuts and popcorn. The kids will enjoy the playground and baby farm animals.The farm sells gourds, mini pumpkins and Indian corn which are great decorating ideas for the Fall season. Berry Patch Farms has many different jams, jellies and dressings that make great Christmas gifts too.
Weekdays: October 15-30; 3:30- 7pm. Weekday mornings: Oct 1-26 9:30-3:30 pm. Groups with reservations only. Credit cards, CASH or CHECK!! Parking $3 on weekends. 770-926-0561.
Opened on September 1. The famous farm near Amicalola Falls in the North Georgia Mtns. that draws crowds every year. Hayrides and some of the biggest pumpkins you have ever seen (1lb – 150 lbs!). Take a hay ride and shop at their country store to buy your Indian corn, corn stalks, bays of hay, gourds and visit their store for fresh baked items. Free admission and parking. Fee for the hayride.
CHRIST THE SHEPHERD LUTHERAN CHURCH WEBB BRIDGE RD.
Pumpkin patch next to post office.
CHRIST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 1340 WOODSTOCK RD, ROSWELL
Pumpkins usually arrive late September!! Accept cash or credit cards.
KINSEY FAMILY FARM NEAR 400 OUTLETS GAINESVILLE
You can come relax outside in the fresh air, take a scenic hayride around the farm, and bring a picnic lunch and relax at their picnic tables. In the barn you will likely find all of the seasonal crops you are looking for including thousands of pumpkinsof all sizes, shapes, and colors. There is no charge for admission and large groups, gardening clubs, church groups, or just big families are welcomed.
There is a small concession stand for drinks and snacks (you shouldn’t miss out on the sliced caramel apples!), but please feel free to bring a picniclunch and stay awhile. Kinsey Family Farm provides picnic tables for your family to enjoy. There is also a kids area with barn animals children can feed.
The fall season is not complete without a country hayride! Hayrides offered throughout the week and again on the weekends for a fun hayride around our scenic farm. $3 per person (2 and under is FREE!).
The Rock Ranch is a 1,500 acre working farm. Visit the farm for Fall Family Fun Days and Sunday Fun Days – each weekend in October and the first Saturday in November. Themed fun includes hot air balloons, smashing pumpkins, superheroes, and monster truck shows! Tractor rides, paddle boats, cow train, miniature train, cow-a-bunga zip lines, tiny town, pedal carts and more!
Pumpkin patch is typically open from the end of September through the end of October. On weekends they offer family fun; hayrides, a petting zoo and other child friendly educational events.
15639 Birmingham Highway Alpharetta 30004 (770) 777-5875
Fall at Southern Belle Farm is full of fun. Farm Admission includes: Cornfield maze(s), Hayride, Cow Train ride, Corn Cannon – 3 shots, Jumping Pillow, Racing Pedal Carts, Giant Tunnel Slide, Kiddie korral, Corn Box, Rubber Duck Races, meeting our Barnyard Animals, Seesaws and Pig Races.
Fridays (in Oct) 4-9pm
Saturdays 9/22 – 11/4 10am-9pm
Sundays 1-6pm 9/22 – 11/4 1pm-6pm
STONE MOUNTAIN ANNUAL PUMPKIN FESTIVAL SEPT. 21 THROUGH Nov 3
Play by day and glow by night! A family-friendly nighttime experience featuring thousands of carved jack-o-lanterns lighting up each night
10:00AM – 9:00PM
Glow by Night Experience
Dusk – 9:00PM
Take in all of the splendor that autumn provides with attractions, fun-filled games, shows, and more. Let the autumn breeze blow across you as you listen to classic and contemporary tales, including the Legend of Spookley the Square Pumpkin, during Adventure Tales Storytelling. Join Spookley the Square Pumpkin and lift his friends into the air for a Dance-A-Long Party Parade that dances through Crossroads, and then meet him at Spookley’s Pumpkin Patch Meet & Greet.
Plus, enjoy all of your favorite Stone Mountain Park attractions during Pumpkin Festival. Trek through the treetops on SkyHike®, one of the nation’s largest adventure ropes courses, or soar to the top of the mountain on Summit Skyrideand take in the beautiful fall views from more than 825 feet above the ground.
UNCLE SHUCKS DAWSONVILLE
Visit Uncle Shuck’s Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch and start a new family tradition: Explore the Corn Maze, Find Your Perfect Pumpkins, Shoot the Corn Cannon, Great Food and Fun, Fall Decorations. Hayrides. Bonfire for s’mores. Pick up a map and get lost in their annual corn maze not far from 400 and the North GA Premium Outlets.
Haunted Maze begins at dusk. Click HERE for Hours and Rates. No admission to visit the grounds, pay only for activities you select and items for purchase. Get lost in the corn maze – one for the little doodles too. Head to Hillcrest Apple Orchards after Uncle Shucks!
WARBINGTON FARM CUMMING
Visit their Corn Maze, Pumpkin Patch, Hayrides and fun fall activities! Slime day 9/28, Pumpkin Palooza 10/6, Farmer for the Day 10/20.