Interested in taking your family on a traditional pumpkin patch outing, but not sure which farms are open this season? The farms listed below will all be open for the 2021 year, though many have special hours during weekdays and have implemented precautions due to COVID-19. Please view a farm’s website for hours and ticket information (many of which need to be bought online prior to arrival).
Southern Belle Farm (McDonough): A 330-acre farm, Southern Belle is a beautiful destination for pumpkins, flowers, corn mazes, and over 20 other fall activities.
Jaemor Farms (Alto): Known for their apple picking, Jaemor Farms is also a fun location for u-pick pumpkins. In addition to 80 acres of pumpkins, Jaemor offers corn mazes, hayrides, a petting zoo, and a pumpkin train.
Washington Farms (Bogart): Pumpkins, sunflowers, corn maze, paintball, slides, trains, and a giant pirate ship – Washington Farms is truly a one-stop-shop for fall.
Burt’s Pumpkin Farm (Dawsonville): Burt’s boasts one of the best selections for pumpkins, and their country store is a favorite to many. Plus it is less than a mile from Amicalola Falls State Park – making it a fun destination for a mini-fall road trip.
Scottsdale Farms (Milton): If you’re looking for a pumpkin patch a little closer to the metro area, Scottsdale Farms may be the perfect choice for you. They have a variety of fall activities for all ages – plus a garden center, home decor store, and cafe.
Uncle Shucks (Dawsonville): With over 4 miles of trails, Uncle Shucks is probably most famous for their massive corn maze. Other traditional fall activities offered are hayrides, bonfires, and of course, plenty of pumpkins.
Did I miss any of your favorites? With so many patches in the metro area, I would love to hear some of your top pumpkin patch picks!