Awesome Pumpkin Patches Near Atlanta for Fall Farm Fun

Pick the perfect pumpkin at Berry Patch Farm in October. Photo by Melanie Preis
Pick the perfect pumpkin at Berry Patch Farm in October. Photo by Melanie Preis
9/17/23 - By Dana Shemesh

Pumpkin patches near Atlanta open up this fall and offer a million ways to carve, decorate, pie, seed, and lots of other verbs the season's best gourd. An Atlanta pumpkin patch allows families to welcome fall, bond with each other, spend time outdoors, and enjoy the colors of a new season.

Many Atlanta pumpkin patches offer a large selection of pumpkins, in addition to attractions like corn mazes, petting zoos, and playgrounds to keep kiddos entertained the whole day.


Once you've brought home those pumpkins of all shapes and sizes, learn how to carve them, bowl with them, or most deliciously, bake with them. If pumpkins aren't your thing, head outdoors for Atlanta Farms for Apple Picking, many of which have even more activities kids. Read on for our list of the best pumpkin patches near Atlanta, and get more seasonal ideas by visiting our Atlanta Fall Guide!

Best Pumpkin Patches Near Atlanta for 2023

Pumpkin Patches Near Atlanta: Burt's Farm
Pumpkins and fall foliage make a trip to Burt's Farm a perfect family trip. Photo courtesy of the farm

1. Burt's Farm — Dawsonville

Select days September 1-November 10, 2023

This full-working farm in north Georgia is less than a one-hour drive from Atlanta. Pumpkin season opened on September 1 for plenty of pumpkin patch fun. Burt's also offers hayrides that travel around the pumpkin patch with a visit to the farm's "famous" pumpkins, Autumn and Gordy. Passengers can catch a glimpse of Amicalola Falls, the highest waterfall east of the Mississippi River.

2. Jaemor Farms — Alto

Select days September 9-November 5, 2023

Aside from pumpkins, Jaemor Farm harvests and sells more fruits and vegetables, including peaches and plums. The fall extravaganza includes pumpkins, a corn maze, hayrides, farm slides, a petting zoo, farm, skee-ball, a pumpkin train, apple cannons, and concessions. The all-access pass on weekends includes the corn maze, farm games, hayrides, and pumpkin patch access. 

Pumpkin Patches Near Atlanta:  Uncle Shuck's Corn Maze
Make your way through Uncle Shuck's Corn Maze. Photo courtesy of the farm

3. Uncle Shuck's Corn Maze — Dawsonville

Select days September 16-November 12, 2023

If there ever was a "fall wonderland," this Georgia farm would come pretty darn close. Enjoy the pumpkin patch, a 15-acre corn maze, corn canyon shooting, a jumping pad, a towering goat walk, farm animals, wagon rides, and a haunted trail. 

Pumpkin Patches Near Atlanta: Southern Belle Farms
Southern Belle Farms offers pumpkins and so much more. Photo courtesy of the farm

4. Southern Belle Farms — McDonough

Select days September 20-November 5, 2023

Southern Belle Farms offers 20 or so activities aside from pumpkin picking at this 330-acre working farm in McDonough. Families can spend the day getting lost in the corn maze, taking a cow train ride, shooting a corn cannon, enjoying a rubber duck race, visiting barnyard animals, racing pedal carts, and more. 

Pumpkin Patches Near Atlanta: Randy's Pumpkin Patch
With bouncy slides, food, and pumpkins, Randy's Pumpkin Patch makes a great family-friendly fall day out.

5. Randy's Pumpkin Patch — Lawrenceville

Select days September 20-October 31, 2023

With its amusement park atmosphere, it's easy to spend the day at Randy's Pumpkin Patch. In addition to pumpkins, there's a trackless train, petting zoo, giant slide, inflatable corn maze, bounce houses, and concession stands. While the pumpkin patch is free to visit, the attractions require tickets that cost $20 for 25 tickets. 

6. Buford Corn Maze — Buford

Select days September 2-November 13, 2023

This fall favorite is a staple for families with a pumpkin patch, farm-animal viewing, a fun "corn box" for kids to play in (think sandbox filled with dried corn), a jumping pillow, corn maze, hayride, and Haunted Forest. Note: The Haunted Forest is appropriate for kids ages 10 and older; younger children can enter with a guardian. Season passes are also available.

Pumpkin Patches Near Atlanta: Sleepy Hollow Farms
Sleepy Hollow Farms offers a huge list of kid-friendly attractions. Photo courtesy of the farm

7. Sleepy Hollow Farms — Powder Springs

Select days September 23-November 4, 2023

In addition to pumpkins, Sleepy Hollow attractions include tractor rides, a corn maze, playground, farm animals, and a country store. Make sure to buy your tickets online ($14 per person over age 2). The outdoor escape room "Hopper's Cabin from Stranger Things" for kids ages 10 and up requires a separate online ticket.

8. Pettit Creek Farms — Cartersville

Select days September 23-October 31, 2023

Pettit Creek is a drive-thru animal farm January-August, then transforms into Pumpkin Fest for the fall. While there are no pumpkins here for purchase, there are plenty around for photo-ops, as well as animals to see. Adding to the fall festival theme, enjoy the two-acre corn maze, pig races, scarecrow building, corn hole, hayrides, a petting zoo, and a canopy tour. 

9. Mitcham Farms — Oxford

Select days September 23-October 31, 2023

Colonel Cob's Corn Maze and pumpkin patch is a thrill for families at this working farm less. The pumpkin patch is but one of many kid-friendly attractions, including a petting zoo, pony rides, barrel train ride, corn cannon, and more. Access to the pumpkin patch and farm market is FREE, but all other attractions require wristbands and tickets. 

10. Washington Farms - Bogart

Select days September 26-November 5, 2023

Grab one of Washington Farms' wheelbarrows and peruse the field for the perfect pumpkins to take home. Washington Farms also offers a cow train, corn maze, jump pad, wagon rides, duck races, ziplines, and more. There are additional attractions offered on the weekend, so check the website before you go. The pumpkin patch is free, but ticket prices for the other activities vary by weekdays and weekends.

Pumpkin Patches Near Atlanta: Berry Patch Farms
Berry Patch Farms is a picturesque photo opp for parents! Photo by Melanie Preis

11. Berry Patch Farms - Woodstock

Weekends October 7-29, 2023

Located on the outskirts of Woodstock, this farm features a bevy of pumpkins of varying sizes, hayrides, playground, and a visit with baby farm animals in the barnyard. After picking the perfect pumpkin, guests are invited to purchase Berry Patch Farms' homemade treats. Prices vary by gourds.

12. Big Springs Farm Pumpkin Patch - Woodstock

Weekends September 30-October 29, 2023

Families visiting Big Springs Farm can check out a broad selection of pumpkins and cute farm animals. For an additional fee, the farm offers a hayride, bounce house, corn maze, and a jump pad to keep kids entertained. The season kicks off on September 30 with the annual Antique Tractor Show.

13. Yule Forest Pumpkin Patch — Stockbridge

Weekends September 30-October 29, 2023

Yule Forest offers visitors the chance to cut a fresh pumpkin straight from the vine with provided stem cutters (or grab a pre-cut one). This Atlanta pumpkin patch offers a corn maze, hayrides, a pirate ship playground, puppet shows, farm animals, and much more. 

Pumpkin Patches Near Atlanta: Callaway Gardens Pumpkins in the Garden
The Enchanted Pumpkin Trail lights up the night at Pumpkins at Callaway Gardens. Photo by Rebecca Leffler

14. Callaway Gardens - Pine Mountain

Select days September 15-October 29

The annual Pumpkins at Callaway features a giant pumpkin tree, corn maze, sunflower field, plenty of photo ops, and a pumpkin patch. At night, the pumpkins glow along the walk-through Enchanted Pumpkin Trail and families can play Mini Glow Golf. 

15. Powers Family Farm - Villa Rica

Weekends September 22-October 31

Head to this family-run farm in Villa Rica for a wide selection of pumpkins. Additional activities include a petting zoo, corn maze, hayride, and pumpkin painting. Also, bring chairs and blankets for Movie Night at the Patch -- the farm shows a family-friendly movie every Friday night during the season, FREE! 

Know Before You Go to Pumpkin Patches Near Atlanta

  • Call ahead or check social media to confirm hours, pumpkin availability, and attractions. Many farms and orchards are small, family-run establishments that can close unexpectedly due to weather, staffing, etc.
  • Leave your pets at home.
  • If you're thinking of packing a picnic, call ahead to make sure the farm allows outside food.
  • Bring cash or call to confirm the farm accepts credit or debit cards.

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