Best Pumpkin Patches Near Atlanta

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    Where to Pick Your Own in Georgia

    Photo: Kam Abbott (via CreativeCommons)

    Fall brings with it a plethora of traditions, one of which is searching for the perfect pumpkin to carve into a Jack-o-lantern for Halloween. Fortunately, Georgia is home to more than just an abundance of peaches; there are also dozens of pumpkin patches and local farms, perfect for a family outing this season.

    If you're visiting Atlanta this fall and looking for a place to go for some quality family fun picking out a home-grown pumpkin, check out these farms and pumpkin patches within a few hours of the city. Along the way, be sure to take time to enjoy the gorgeous fall foliage along the way.

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  • 02 of 10

    FloatAway Community's "Plenty O' Pumpkins"

    Photo: Kam Abbott (via CreativeCommons)

    Sponsored by the FloatAway Community, "Plenty O' Pumpkins" is a family-friendly spectacle featuring face-painting, bobbing for apples, corn hole, and barbeque sandwiches for sale from Pig & Chik. While donations to raise funds for Nickelbottom Garden and Zonolite Park are appreciated, this is a free event for all. Each family will even receive a free small pumpkin as part of the event, which takes place at Zonolite Park (1123 Zonolite Road, Atlanta 30306).

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  • 03 of 10

    See the Yule Forest on Highway 155

    Photo: Susie Grant

    Working in Henry County to provide Christmas trees (and now pumpkins!) across four generations, the Grant Family began their farm in 1983. Now, Yule Forest has wildlife trails, a hayride, a chicken coop, a petting zoo, and a science center with live reptiles and a bee house.

    Yule Forest grows their pumpkins right there on the farm, ranging from baseball-sized minis to giant pumpkins that are over half a foot in diameter. Because they grow their pumpkins on-site, you have the option to pick a pumpkin that has already been harvested or one still on the vine. Priced by size, the typical range for a Yule Forest pumpkin is anywhere from a dollar to 30, with a decent pumpkin for a Jack-o-lantern costing around $15.

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  • 04 of 10

    Escape to Sleepy Hollow Farm

    Photo: Suzie Kimmel, Split Second Photography

    Since 1980, Atlantans have been flocking to Sleepy Hollow in Powder Springs. This family-friendly pumpkin and Christmas tree farm comes complete with classic fall activities like hayrides, a corn maze, and a farm animal petting zoo as well as a country store selling jams, honey, and cider.

    The farm doubled in size in 2015, expanding to over 60 acres. Sleepy Hollow now has its own sunflower field, perfect for family photo opportunities (just in time for holiday card photos). They grow a majority of their pumpkins on-site, some weighing up to 65 pounds, and they range in price from two to 40 dollars. At Sleepy Hollow, you can find typical carving pumpkins, as well as novelties and pumpkins that are specifically grown for the perfect pie.

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  • 05 of 10

    Spend the Day at the Still Family Farm

    Photo: Still Family Farm

    The Still Family Farm boasts a long history of producing quality harvests. In fact, it’s still owned and operated by the original landowners’ family, who first bought the property in 1837.

    Located on an 11-acre farm in Cobb County, Still Family is hosting “Corn on the Cobb” for their annual Fall celebration, where visitors can enjoy a corn maze, hayrides, and a pumpkin patch alongside unique events like rubber duck races, hay bale climbing, and a popcorn maze.

    The Still Family Farm's pumpkins specifically for carving are shipped in primarily from Michigan and Illinois—where 90 percent of America's pumpkins are grown—and range in price from eight to 28 dollars. Still Family also has warty gourds, cinderellas (those little white pumpkins), and pink and green pumpkins of all sizes. 

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  • 06 of 10

    Enjoy Stone Mountain Park's Annual Pumpkin Festival

    Photo: Stone Mountain Park

    You can head up to Stone Mountain Amusement Park for their annual Pumpkin Festival this fall. in 2018, the Pumpkin Festival features "Play by Day, Glow by Night," where thousands of carved jack-o-lanterns illuminate the park each Friday through Sunday night from September 22 to October 28.

    During the event, “Spookley the Square Pumpkin” will be at the entrance to his maze to greet you before you boogie over to the dance party parade or head to a Trick-or-Treat scavenger hunt and a pie-eating contest. All of Stone Mountain’s attractions are open during the Festival, including SkyHike, the Summit Skyride, The Great Barn, and the Mountainvision Lasershow, so be sure to check those out before you choose the perfect pumpkin to take home with you.

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  • 07 of 10

    Pick Your Own at Scottsdale Farms

    Photo: Scottsdale Farms

    Scottsdale Farms is settled on an impressive 65 acres in Alpharetta and is home to not only an annual pumpkin patch but also a fully-functional nursery, Christmas tree farm, and garden center. The farm also offers a mix of events to cover interests for all ages: a Halloween and Fall-themed barn, a café with harvest treats and even cooking and seasonal décor classes.

    As a part of their Fall Harvest event, the farm includes a pumpkin patch, hayrides, and a petting zoo. With literally thousands of pumpkins to choose from, all shipped from North Carolina, the farm typically charges less than a dollar per pound for their crop.

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  • 08 of 10

    Venture Out to Uncle Bob's Pumpkin Patch

    Photo: Janet Witt, Uncle Bob's Pumpkin Patch

    You'll find more than just a pumpkin at Uncle Bob's Pumpkin Patch. Uncle Bob also has a bee house, a petting zoo, a large chicken coop, two crop mazes, and wool-spinning activities at its pumpkin patch, which features several hundred pumpkins each year.

    You can also take part in nightly hay rides or just spend the day roaming the farm and picking out your own pumpkin. Prices vary due to the wide selection of pumpkin types: mini pumpkins start at around 50 cents, but the biggest pumpkins can cost upwards of 125 dollars.

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  • 09 of 10

    Celebrate the Harvest at Kinsey Family Farm

    Photo: Kinsey Family Farm

    Whether you’re searching for big pumpkins, small pumpkins, red, white, and green pumpkins, gourds, or pie-making pumpkins, the Kinsey Family Farm has it all at their farm and nursery, which also specializes in landscape trees and Christmas trees. Make a day of it by partaking in their classic barn animal and catfish feeding, hayrides, and a picnic area to snack on products from their Harvest Shop.

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  • 10 of 10

    Rock Out at the Rock Ranch

    Photo: King Davis, The Rock Ranch

    Offering a variety of themed “Fall Family Fun Days” throughout the season, The Rock Ranch provides a festive atmosphere to choose your pumpkin, whether you attend their seasonal Hot Air Balloon Rally or the Halloween Festival.

    Alongside the TK pumpkins, you’ll find a locomotive train, zip lines, rock climbing, a petting zoo, pony rides, and a “giant jumping pillow.” Join The Rock Ranch on November 6 for National Pumpkin Destruction Day where you will have the chance to drop your pumpkin from a fifty-foot forklift.