Find pumpkin picking near Atlanta, Augusta, Macon and Savannah on our list of Georgia pumpkin patches. Local “pumpkin patches near me” with corn mazes, pumpkins, live animals, kids activities, and more happening in September and October.
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Berry Patch Farms - Woodstock, GA
Take a hayride to where you can pick your pumpkin before coming back and enjoying apple cider and delicious baked goods. Other activities for kids include the playground and baby farm animals. Their fall activities and pumpkin patch are open weekends in October and daily after October 15th. They are located at 786 Arnold Mill Road, Woodstock, GA. It is about 36 miles north of Atlanta, Georgia.
Bradley’s Pumpkin Patch - Dawsonville, GA
Started by a 5 year old on his parent’s family farm. Bradley’s sells seeds, grows flowers, operates a Christmas tree farm, and grows vegetables in season. They run the pumpkin patch in the fall. Their address is 24 Lawrence Drive, Dawsonville, GA 30534. It is about 64 miles north of Atlanta.
Burt’s Farm - Dawsonville, GA
Open daily in season. Hayrides on Friday through Sunday in September and daily in October. Adults are $5. Kids ages 1 to 12 are $4. You do not have access to the patch here, they are pre-picked pumpkins in a row. If you are looking for something fun to do then this is the place. The farm is beautiful. They feature a country store and two mile hay ride. Their address is 5 Burt’s Farm Rd., Dawsonville, GA 30534. It is about 70 miles north of Atlanta.
Hillside Orchard Farms - Lakemont, GA
Pick your own apples (5+ varieties) are available (since 2015), plus pumpkins, a corn maze, hang out with Festus the donkey and other barnyard animals, take a hayride, and more. The bakery makes fresh pies, doughnuts, and more daily during the fall. They are located about 115 miles northeast of Atlanta.
Jaemore Farms - Alto, GA
You pick pumpkin patch and corn maze, plus pre-picked apples and more available in the farm market. They are located about an hour northeast of Atlanta.
Madrac Farms - Rincon, GA
Open every starting in early October. It features an 8 acre pumpkin patch growing a special Orange Bulldog Pumpkin designed for the South Georgia climate. Pick them right off the vine. Also a 5 acre corn maze, hayrides, farm animals and a new tire playground. Admission is $7 for ages 3 and up, plus the cost of your pumpkin. Face painting, bouncy house and pony rides are extra. A Pumpkin’ Chunkin’ contest runs at the end of October. They also feature Friday and Saturday nights a Haunted Maze. Their address is 580 Ralph Rahn Rd., Rincon, GA 31326. It is about 23 miles northwest of Savannah.
Poppell Farms - Odum, GA
Open weekends starting late September. A 10 acre corn maze, pumpkin picking patch and haunted forest started by Genell and Tanya Poppell in 1988. They have been inviting visitors for agritainment for over 10 years. Also enjoy pony rides, petting zoo and play area with cow train, spyder slyder and steer roping. Freddy’s Fright in the Forest on Friday and Saturday nights. Located southwest of Savannah and west of Jessup. Their address is located at 1765 Hyma Poppell Loop, Odum, GA 31555. It is about 72 miles southwest of Savannah.
Randy’s Pumpkin Patch - Lawrenceville, GA
Enjoy pumpkins and fall festival, train ride, bounce houses, kiddie jumps, haunted house and mini maze. Their address is 1460 Lawrenceville Highway, Lawrenceville, GA. It is about 29 miles northeast of Atlanta.
Red Apple Barn - Ellijay, GA
The Pritchett family started selling apples in 1971 when they built their 20×20 apple barn. They started allowing you pick apples from the orchard in 2010. Their apples begin ripening in early August and are harvested by late October. Other activities include the pumpkin patch, cornhole and horse shoes. They also have apple pies, apple fritters, apple donuts, caramel apples and other treats. Ellijay is located about 90 minutes north of Atlanta.
Southern Belle Farm - McDonough, GA
Opens this fall the middle of September. A 200 acre dairy farm that has been converted to a beef cattle and educational farm with pumpkin patch, hayrides, pig races, seven acre cornfield maze, corn cannon, cow train, pedal carts, pig and duck races, and more. It has been worked by five generations of the Carter family since J.A. Carter bought the farm in 1938. Their address is 1658 Turner Church Rd, McDonough, GA 30252. It is located about 34 miles southeast of Atlanta, Georgia.
Uncle Shuck’s - Dawsonville, GA
Open on weekends starting in early September. Enjoy finding your pumpkin, take a daytime hay ride along the Etowah river, get lost in the 12 acre corn maze, and play with other fall fun such as the corn cannon. Also starting late September they run a nighttime haunted trail with a bonfire attraction. Their address is 4520 Highway 53 E, Dawsonville, GA 30534. It is about 53 miles north of Atlanta.
Washington Farms - Watkinsville, GA
The fun begins this season on late September. Pick your own pumpkins from the patch, play in the 8.5 acre corn maze, enjoy the hayride, petting zoo, cow train, corn cannon, jumping pillow and other fall fun. Learn more about what’s happening on the farm at their website or Facebook. They are open Fridays and Saturdays in September. They are open daily during part of October. At night go through using a flashlight. Also at night are jumping pillows, hayrides, campfires, concessions, and more. Their address is 5691 Hog Mountain Road, Watkinsville, GA 30677 It is about 14 miles west of Athens, GA.
Yule Forest - Stockbridge, GA
Pick your own pumpkin right off the vine. Available activities include the petting zoo, hayride, pony rides, train rides, various educational exhibits and fun zone with slide, obstacle course, hop-a-long horse race and inflatable jungle. On Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings, you’ll find a haunted house and hay ride called Fear the Woods. Open to the public on weekday afternoons starting in October. Also open Saturday and Sunday. Admission price per person with an upgrade includes a small pumpkin and fun zone. Special event: Hero’s Weekend and Teacher’s Appreciation Weekend. They are located about 21 miles southeast of Atlanta.
Jaemor Farms – Alto, GA – 8 Acres, 2 Mazes
Location: 5340 Cornelia Highway (Highway 365), Alto, GA 30510
A 300 acre family owned and operated farm run by the Echols family for more than 100 years. Website claims more than 100,000 visit the maze in October. Other activities include pumpkin patch, hayrides, pumpkin train, farm slide, apple cannons and duck races. Check schedule for early October opening dates into early November. Located northeast of Gainesville, south of Cornelia. Maze is at the farm in Alto, NOT the Banks Crossing Commerce market.
Pettit Creek Farms – Cartersville
Hayrides and a corn maze await visitors to this farm’s fall PumpkinFest. Shop for pumpkins, animal petting zoo and moonwalks for kids. Open daily from late September to early November. Camel rides and concession stand food available on weekends for an additional charge.
Mitcham Farm Corn Maze – Oxford, GA – 7 Acres
Open Friday through Sunday from late September through October. Also open Wednesday in October. 7 acre corn field maze with 2.5 miles of paths. Other activities include pumpkin patch, hay rides, petting farm, giant mountain slide, cow train, corn cannon, pedal karts and children’s play area. Located thirty minutes east of Atlanta.
Location: 797 Macedonia Church Road, Oxford, Georgia 30054
Still Family Farm – Powder Springs, GA
Corn on the Cobb is the 11 acre fall attraction located west of Atlanta. 4 acre Zinnia maze, hayrides, kiddie zipline, kiddie climb, pumpkin slingshot and a pumpkin patch.
Ottawa Farms – Bloomingdale, GA
A 10 acre corn maze opens in October. Enjoy mini hay maze, cow train, pig races, corn crib, inflatables and duck fraces. Corn cannon and refreshments are extra. Also explore the pumpkin patch.
This list unfortunately isn’t complete. We are still looking for more in Georgia to add.
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