Running from October 1st – 31st, the pumpkin patch at Due West United Methodist Church is a staple of Fall celebrations and local traditions. As described on their website, their annual pumpkin patch is “a way for our church to be involved with the community. Friends and neighbors come year after year to enjoy the pumpkins. Many families mark the occasion with photographs of their children taken each year. As a part of the fall harvest celebration, several preschools and elementary schools also visit the patch”. Consider stopping by this year!
Visit their website for more information, including hours of operation: http://www.duewest.org/pumpkin-patch
This fun farm offers a range of activities, running from September to Sunday, October 29th. Visit the pumpkin patch, walk through the corn maze, enjoy a hay ride – they have it all! Visit their website for hours of operation and more information: https://www.stillfamilyfarm.com/corn-on-the-cobb
Located slightly farther away than other farms, but packing tons of fun – check out Carlton Farms this Fall! They offer a hay ride, large 5-acre corn maze, and visiting with the Cows of Carlton Farms! Each year, the Carlton Farm crew creates a new design for their corn maze, and it never disappoints. You can also spend some time in their activities area, where they have a corn cannon, giant slide, ball toss shed, hay bale maze, corn play bin, and hay jump. Visit their website for more information: http://carltonfarm.blogspot.com/
Located between Powder Springs and Douglasville, this farm is a hidden local gem and truly offers it ALL! Enjoy a Saturday taking tractor rides around the farm, walking through the corn maze, picking a pumpkin, visiting the country store, going on a pony ride or getting your face painted! General admission is $12 per person, and those ages 2 and under get in FREE with a paying adult. Visit their website for a full list of activities, hours and prices: https://www.sleepyhollowtrees.com/pumpkins-corn-maze