Big list of 95+ Fall Fairs and Festivals in Georgia

A big list of 95 plus Fall Fairs and Festivals in Georgia. The peach state comes alive with pumpkins and apples in October, November and December. Visit the north Georgia mountains or the south Georgia coastline and all parts in between for fairs and festivals to celebrate Fall.

This comprehensive list of Fall Festivals and Fairs in Georgia is organized according to date including September, October and November events.

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September Festivals

September brings the Fall season of local festivals, local, state and national fairs. These three *** denote Fairs in the lists for each month.

September 1-4 Pioneer Days Festival– Cartersville, Ga.

Aug. 31 – Sept. 3 Jeepfest – Jesup, Ga.

Sept. 7-10 Yellow Daisy Festival– Stone Mountain

Sept. 7- Oct. 29 Oktoberfest – Helen

Sept. 8-9 Gold Rush Festival – Villa Rica

Sept. 9 Doc Holliday Fest – Griffin

Sept. 16 Haralson County Fried Pie Festival – Buchanan

Sept. 8-16 Chattahoochee Mountain Fair– Clarkesville

***Sept. 8-16 Northwest Georgia Fair– Calhoun

Sept. 16-17 Buckhead Fine Arts Festival– Buckhead Ave. Atlanta

Sept. 16-17 Suwanee Fest– Suwanee

Sept. 14-16 Barnesville Buggy Days– Barnesville

***Sept. 14-24 Kiwanis Coweta County Fair – Newnan

Sept. 15-17 Arts in the Heart of Augusta

Sept. 15-17 Inman Farms Heritage Days Festival– Fayetteville

Sept. 16-17 Ocmulgee Indigenous Celebration Macon

Sept. 16-17 Shakerag Arts & Crafts Festival– Peachtree City

Sept. 16 Mountain Music Day Festival– Blairsville

Sept. 16 Brooklet Peanut Festival– Brooklet

Sept. 16-17 Rose Lawn Fall Festival– Cartersville

Sept. 15-Oct. 29 Pumpkins at Callaway Gardens– Pine Mountain

***Sept. 21- Oct. 1 North Georgia State Fair– Marietta

Sept. 20-24 Atlanta Food and Wine Festival-Atlanta

Sept. 23 Flowery Branch Fall Festival– Flowery Branch

Sept. 23 Perry International Festival– Perry

Sept. 23 Plains Ga. Peanut Festival – Plains

Sept. 23 Big Red Apple Festival– Cornelia

Sept 23-24 Sandy Springs Fall Artsapalooza – Sandy Springs

Sept. 23-24 Finster Fest – Summerville

Sept. 23-24 Riverfest– Canton

Sept. 29-30 Blue Stone Arts & Music Festival – Sandy Springs

Sept. 29 Great Locomotive Chase Festival– Cartersville

Sept. 16 – Oct. 29 (weekends) Stone Mountain Pumpkin Festival

***Sept. 29-Oct. 8 Georgia State Fair– Hampton

Sept. 30- Oct. 1 Duluth Fall Festival– Duluth

Sept. 30 Lula Fall Festival– Lula

Sept. 30- Oct. 1 Candler Park Fall Fest– Atlanta

October Festivals

Some really big Fairs take place in October all over Georgia. The three *** mark fairs.

***Sept. 29 – Oct. 8 Georgia State Fair– Hampton

First full weekend in Oct. Indian Summer Festival – Suches

Every weekend in Oct. Rocktoberfest– Lookout Mountain

Oct. 1-7 Hahira Honeybee Festival – Hahira

Oct. 3-7 Coosa Valley Fair- Rome

Oct. 5-7 Tybee Island Pirate Fest– Tybee Island

Oct. 5-15 Georgia National Fair – Perry

***Oct. 5-15 Cumming Country Fair and Festival – Cumming

Oct. 6-7 Real Squeal BBQ & Music Festival – Lyons

Oct. 7 Foxfire Mountaineer Festival– Clayton

Oct. 7-8 The Cotton Pickin Fair – Gay, Ga.

Oct. 7-8 Georgia Marble Festival– Jasper

Oct. 7-8 Fall Festival on Ponce-Atlanta

Oct. 7 Hoschton Fall Festival– Hoschton

Oct. 7North Ga. Folk Festival– Athens

Oct. 7 Oliver Hardy Festival– Harlem

Oct. 7 St. Mary‘s Seafood Festival (formerly Rock Fish Festival)- St. Mary’s

Oct 7-15 (first two weekends in Oct.) Cherry Log Fall Festival – Cherry Log

Oct. 14-15 & 21-22 Blairsville Sorghum Festival– Blairsville

***Oct. 13-22 Georgia-Carolina State Fair– Augusta

Oct. 13-15 Mule Camp Market Festival– Gainesville

Oct. 6-14 Georgia Mountain Fall Festival – Hiawassee

Oct. 14 Madison Chili Cookoff and Fall Festival – Madison

Oct. 14 Kaolin Festival – Sandersville

Oct. 14-15 Praters Mill Country Fair– Dalton

Oct. 14-15 Old Fourth Ward Arts & Crafts Festival – Atlanta

Oct. 14-15 Fall Arts in the Park Festival – Blue Ridge

***Oct. 19-29 Elberton Fair-Elberton

Oct. 21-22 Talking Rock Heritage Days Festival– Talking Rock

Oct. 14-15 and Oct. 21-22 Georgia Apple Festival– Ellijay

***Oct. 16-21 Kiwanis Ogeechee Fair– Statesboro

Oct. 21 Deep Roots Festival– Milledgeville

Oct. 21 Cochran Country Fest – Cochran

Oct. 21 Olde Town Fall Festival – Conyers

Oct. 21 Oconee Chamber Fall Festival -Watkinsville

Oct. 20-21 Little Five Points Halloween Festival – Atlanta

Oct. 21-22 Hogansville Hummingbird Festival – Hogansville

Oct. 21-22 John’s Creek Arts Festival– John’s Creek

***Oct. 24-29 Southwest Georgia Regional Fair– Albany

Oct. 27-29 Mountain Moonshine Festival and Car Show– Dawsonville

Now through Oct. 29 Oktoberfest – Helen

Oct. 20-21 Georgia Peanut Festival– Sylvester

Oct. 21-23 Stone Mountain Highland Games Festival– Stone Mountain

Oct. 21-22 Lakefest – Pine Lake

Oct. 21-22 Gold Rush Days – Dahlonega

Oct. 28 Bostwick Cotton Gin Festival– Bostwick

Oct. 28 Ocilla Sweet Potato Festival – Ocilla

Oct. 26-28 West Fest– Cartersville

Oct. 28-29 Chiaha Harvest Fair – Rome

Oct. 28-29 Dancing Goats Folk Fest– Ellijay

November Festivals

Now. 2-5 Stone Mountain Native American Festival and Pow Wow

3-4 Nov. Big Pig Jig – Vienna

Nov. 3-4 Jekyll Island Shrimp & Grits Festival– Jekyll Island

Nov. 4-5 Million Pines Arts and Crafts Festival-Soperton

Nov. 4-5 Chastain Park Fall Arts Festival– Atlanta

Nov. 4 Calvary Mule Day– Calvary

Nov. 4 Jasper County Deer Festival-Monticello

***Nov. 2-12 Columbia County Fair– Grovetown

Nov. 3-4 Shrimp and Grits Festival – Jekyll Island

Nov. 12 Warren County Sportsman Festival– Warrenton

Nov. 17-18 Lean Ox Festival-Lenox

Nov. 18 Kingsland Catfish Festival– Kingsland

Use this list of fairs and festivals in Georgia to plan all of your Fall weekends. October has the most events but there are plenty to choose from in September and November as well.

This big list of festivals, state and local fairs in Georgia is updated annually. To have your event added to the list, send an email to [email protected]

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