We did some digging around and found 13 Places to find Pumpkin Patches in Georgia. Many also have a Corn Maze. Let the Fall family fun begin!
Common Corn Maze Rules
- No pets
- Most places sell refreshments. Check their rules to determine if you can bring your own food or drink
- Wear proper shoes for uneven ground in places. Preferably no open toes.
- Bring your own flashlight for a night time Corn maze. Super fun!
- Children must be accompanied by adult
- Bring bug spray & sunscreen
- Be sure to check the site for closings in the event of inclement weather
- Some locations may charge extra for their Corn Maze, check the site.
- No Alcoholic beverages
Agritourism In Georgia
Agritourism is a combination of the top two generators of economy in Georgia, Agriculture and Tourism. It is where these two hearts meet to bring a unique experience for tourist. It allows us to tour and experience a working farm with tourist attractions to make it even more interesting.
These Agritourism farms are both large and small. Don’t discount the small rural farms, they have a lot to offer. Unity Family Farm in Eatonton is one example where you can enjoy the Fall activities and also learn about the Hay-making process.
Visit any of these 13 Georgia Corn Mazes and Pumpkin Patches open for business this Fall.
Many have both a Pumpkin Patch and a Corn Maze. Some have one or the other. All promise great family fun outdoors with lots Fall activities for children and adults.
We were happy to find a Pumpkin Patch in Georgia to visit in our area and another for a day trip to meet family in that area for some outdoor Fall festivities.