I really do love fall. An annual tradition for my family is to visit a pumpkin patch. Everyone gets their own pumpkin to carve. One rule: you must be able to carry it. I love visiting pumpkin patches near me. Luckily there are many pumpkin patches in Georgia. Some offering more that just pumpkins. You can find hay rides, corn mazes, petting zoos, and arts & crafts for the kids, too.
If you’re planning a visit to a pumpkin patch, check out this great list of pumpkin patches in Georgia.
Opening September 18th, Cagle’s Farm in Holly Springs, GA is the perfect place for fall family fun. Visit their pumpkin patch, wind through a corn maze, and watch pig races. You can’t help but smile when visiting this pumpkin patch in Georgia. Regular ticket prices are $10, but enhance your experience with the Farm Pass Plus ($15) and get a wagon ride to the lake with marshmallows and a bonfire. Open on weekends through October 31st. Visit their events page for special offerings throughout the season.
Berry Patch Farms
Located in Woodstock, GA, this farm opens for Pumpkin Season October 2nd through October 30th. Take a hayride to the pumpkin patch and pick out your favorite pumpkin for carving. They also sell baking pumpkin. While there, the kids can enjoy baby farm animals and a playground.
Another Woodstock gem. Big Springs Farms will kick off opening day on September 25th. Follow them on Facebook for the latest info. Wagon rides are $5/person and they have a variety of pumpkins in their pumpkin patch. They also feature a corn maze and face painting for the kids. Check out their activities page for more information.
This farm is located in Gainesville, GA. Pick out your most desirable pumpkin. They have pumpkins in all varieties, shapes and colors. If you like to decorate with pumpkins, they also sell gourds.
Burt’s is located in Dawsonville, GA and they are open for the 2021 season. Burt’s offers a pumpkin patch, hay rides, and a country store. Burt’s is a family tradition for many North Georgia families. Visiting the pumpkin patch is always fun and where memories can last a lifetime. Check out the huge field full of pumpkins!!
If you are in a pinch and just need to grab some pumpkins close by and not spend a day on the farm, there are local pumpkin patches that have a great selection. Visit Mt. Zion UMC on Johnson Ferry Road or St. Andrew UMC on Canton Road. Often time my schedule doesn’t allow for farm fun, but we still carve pumpkins as an annual tradition. I’ve found both of these pumpkin patches in East Cobb to be very convenient, easy to shop, and they have a great selection.
The Bottom Line.
As you search for the best pumpkin patch in Georgia, definitely give one of these great farms a try. You can’t go wrong.