Cooler weather, changing leaves, pumpkin spice everything… that’s right it’s fall! And what better way to experience fall than corn mazes and pumpkin patches. Be sure to check out our list of fun fall places to visit in and around the Atlanta area.
Please make sure you check the websites before visiting to ensure you are aware of any restrictions or cancellations that may have occurred due to Covid-19.
2021 Atlanta Fall Guide :: Pumpkin Patches & Corn Mazes
Location: Buford, GA
Description: With a corn maze, haunted forest, combine slide, pumpkin patch, pony rides, hay rides, and more, there’s something here for everyone!
Cost: The corn maze and haunted forest cost $16 each but a combo ticket can be purchased for $28. Season Passes are also available.
Location: Bogart/Watkinsville, GA
Description: Fall Activities include pig races, a grain train, paintball, wagon rides, a petting zoo, and more. The pumpkin patch, corn maze, and fall activities will be open Fridays-Sundays September 25-November 7.
Cost: General admission tickets start at $15.95 for everyone 3 and up, $14.95 for seniors. No charge to enter the pumpkin patch– just pay for what you pick. Special discounts available for Military and EMS.
Location: Powder Springs, GA
Description: Still Family Farm opens their gates on the weekends each fall to showcase a portion of the family’s 128 acres just west of Atlanta in Cobb County. They offer one of the only zinnia mazes around as well as a ton of other super fun attractions for the whole family.
Cost: General Admission is $16 per person and includes all activities.
Location: Alto, GA (northeast GA)
Description: Jaemor Farms has tons of fun for families- everything from a Corn Maze to skeeball and an apple cannon to hayrides and duck races! There’s also a petting zoo. The fun begins on Saturdays and Sundays starting September 11th, and daily October 1-25, and the last weekend in October and 1st weekend of November. If you are looking for a unique date night, check out Jaemor Farms on September 24th! For $30/person ($60/couple) you can enjoy dinner, live music, the corn maze, a hayride, and pumpkin picking with your sweetheart!
Cost: All Access Passes are $14 for ages 3+.
Location: Powder Springs, GA
*Tickets must be purchased in advance
Description: Sleepy Hollow has a corn maze and pumpkin patch, but they also have a farm playground, animals, and a photographer on site! If you have older kids or are looking for a unique night without children, check out their Escape Woods programs! Open September 24-October 31 (closed Mondays and most Tuesdays).
Cost: Ages 3+ $12. Additional cost for pony rides, face painting, pumpkins.
Location: Oxford, GA
Description: This farm has a giant corn maze AND a mini one for smaller kids! You can also enjoy the pumpkin patch, hayrides, a mechanical bull and a lot more. They even have helicopter rides! (For an extra charge, obviously) Evening visitors can end their night roasting marshmallows by the bonfire.
Cost: General admission $15/person includes corn maze, hayride, and some attractions. Additional cost for various activities like petting zoo, mechanical bull, and pony rides. ***Children 3 and under, military, and first responders are free.
Location: Holly Springs, GA
Description: Get lost in a whopping big corn maze or in Mica’s mini-maze! Pick a few pumpkins — they have all sizes and shapes! Cheer on your favorite porker in the Pig Races. Check out Clay’s Corner for yard games galore. Pose your pals at our photo ops, and then just rest a spell in the Octagon Swings… but don’t miss the Animal Barn!
Cost: Farm pass in only $10 for almost all attractions or $15 to add wagon ride to lake, marshmallows and bonfire.
Location: Jasper, GA
Description: Yahoo has tons of activities- from the corn maze and pumpkin patch to hayrides and fossil & gem panning. On Sunday afternoons at 2 o’clock, they have a special activity for kids 8 and under- a Pumpkin Hunt! Participation is free and the kids get to help the “Pumpkin Bunny” find her missing pumpkins. And they get to keep the one they find! The fun is available September 18 to October 31.
Cost: Activities are priced individually and range from $3-$12. Sunday Pumpkin Hunt is free.
Location: Woodstock, GA
Description: Take a short hayride and choose from a wide variety of pumpkins. Kids can also enjoy a playground and a variety of farm animals. Open weekends October 3-25; weekdays 14-30.
Cost: Parking is $4 (cash only please) on weekends
Location: Cartersville, GA
Description: Pettit Creek is likely the only place in Georgia where you can buy a pumpkin AND see a zebra! They also have camels, emus, buffalo, and more typical farm animals. Their Pumpkin Fest also has a wheelchair-accessible hayride, corn maze, and inflatables for the kids– all included in the cost of admission!
Cost: Admission $15 adults, $12 children– includes corn maze, hay rides, inflatables, and petting zoo. Pony rides and camel rides are $5.
Location: Dawsonville, GA
Description: The 15-acre corn maze and pumpkin patch is home to tons of farm fun, delicious farm food, and unforgettable family memories! They also offer pick-your-own pumpkins, jumping pillow, tire mountain, kids maze, tire mountain, gem mining, and much more. On Friday and Saturday nights in October, brave the horror that is The Dark Rows, our unique haunted trail through some of the most twisted trails of our cornfield!
Cost: The corn maze and haunted forest cost $15 and $20, respectively, but a combo ticket can be purchased for $25.
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