Fall is in the air, are you ready for Corn Mazes, Sunflower Fields and Pumpkin Patches! Try one of these family-friendly farms; they are also packed with animals, bounce houses, hayrides, games and more. Prices typically range from $5-$25, depending on the activity.
Due to precautions to prevent the spread of COVID-19, some farms may be offering different services or requiring face masks. Some activities may be unavailable or canceled. Call and/or check websites before you go.
Thousands of pumpkins to choose from, hayrides and country store. Dawsonville. Opens Sept 1.
Corn maze, Kid’s CORNer, hayride, kids’ mini maze, haunted forest, corn box and farm animals. Buford. Sept. 5-Nov. 15.
Experience a quest through 6 acres of corn maze. Pumpkin train, hayride, apple cannon, duck races and farm slide. Pick-your-own pumpkins available. Alto. Sept. 12-Nov. 8.
A 13-acre corn maze, pumpkin patch, goat walk attraction and hayride. Extra activities available for a separate charge. Dawsonville. Sept. 12-Nov. 15.
900,000 sunflowers, and horse riders can bring their own horses to try the miles of trails. Dawsonville. Opens Sept. 19.
Corn maze, corn cannon, fossil and gem search, duck races, hayride, pumpkins and more. Jasper. Opens Sept. 19.
Hayride, corn maze, petting zoo and inflatables. Choose a pumpkin (or two!) to take home. Cartersville. Sept. 19-20, 26-27 and Oct. 1-31.
Zinnia maze, pumpkin patch, kiddie climb, hayrides, and roll poly tubes—where kids can roll around like they are in a hamster wheel—and more. Powder Springs. Sept. 19-Nov. 1.
The farm has fun for all ages including a corn maze, “hey”rides, pumpkin patch, slides, corn crib, swings, barnyard animals, concessions and more. Cumming. Sept. 19-Nov 8.
Petting zoo, jumping pillows, cow train, pumpkin patch, corn maze and sunflower fields. Bogart. Sept. 19-Nov 8.
Pig races, cow train, corn cannon, jumping pillow, corn maze, pumpkin patch and more. McDonough. Sept. 19-Nov. 8.
Inside the 7-acre Colonel Cobb’s corn maze, you will find twisting pathways, questions and answers and picture rubbings. Smaller corn maze for younger kids, pumpkins, hayride and cow train. Oxford. Sept. 25-Nov. 8.
Pumpkin patch, hayride, farm animals, bounce house and corn maze. Woodstock. Opening Sept. 26.
Tractor rides, corn maze, pumpkin patch, farm playground and animals. Powder Springs. Sept. 26-Nov. 1.
Giant and kiddie corn mazes, hayrides, zip lines, gem mining, mechanical bull, pig races and more. Haunted Farm Night Adventure with bonfire, flashlight maze, haunted maze and more. Calhoun. Sept. 26-Nov. 7.
Pumpkin patch, farm market with fresh produce, homemade peach and strawberry ice cream and more, hayrides and a wine tasting room. Fall strawberry patch in November. Opening late September.
Trackless train, bunny petting zoo, haunted house, inflatable corn maze, pony rides, bounce houses, concessions and a variety of pumpkins for purchase. Lawrenceville. Opens Oct. 1.
Seasonal crops and pumpkins, hayride, barn animals, feed the fish, orchard shop and more. Gainesville. Oct. 1-31.
Take a hayride to the pumpkin patch. Fried pies, ice cream, playground, farm animals and more. Woodstock. Opening Oct. 3.
Check back for updates on the 2020 season:
Corn maze and hay ride, farm animals. Rockmart.
Pumpkin patch, corn maze, hayrides, farm animals, cornhole and playground. Milton.
These farms will reopen in 2021:
Corn maze, critter corral with miniature animals, hayride and cow train. Stop by the pumpkin market for a pumpkin. Flintstone.
Six-acre corn maze, hayrides, pumpkin patch, pumpkin checkers and corn cannon. Fort Valley.
Hay maze, hayrides, petting zoo, science center, dinosaur exhibit, pick-your-own pumpkin patch and more. Concerts each Saturday afternoon. Stockbridge.