As October gets in full swing, there's no better time to gather up the kiddos in their spookiest costume to pick up a family of pumpkins to carve for Halloween.
Atlanta has a ton of pumpkin patches for your family to explore, beginning new traditions for the start of fall. Experience the flavors and adventures of this year's Atlanta autumn spending some much needed quality time together.
We came up with a list of our favorite spots to collect pumpkins and maneuver through some good old fashioned corn mazes.
Let all the Halloween fun begin!
Burt's has every size pumpkin you could possibly imagine! Plenty of pumpkins in the patch with character for all your carving ideas from massive to mini. After you scoop up some perfect pumpkins, jump on one of their hayrides around the farm. Burt's is no ordinary hayride and hosts talking pumpkins and storytellers alongside some breathtaking views of flowers, the patch and the Amicalola Falls! They also have some of the best pumpkin pies around!
Kinsey Farm has plenty of pumpkins for the family's porch this fall. They have a wide selection of colors, shapes, textures and sizes that will have your kids thinking they're on a pumpkin scavenger hunt. Their farmers market has fresh and home made bakery items, jams and local seasonal produce to bring home. Pack a picnic lunch and grab some goodies from the farmers market to make Kinsey a must-stop on your fall adventures list.
Uncle Bob's Pumpkin Patch
If you're looking for a pumpkin patch with a little more fun mixed in, Uncle Bob's is it. This farm has tons of activities for the kids and so much more than just pumpkin picking. They have hayrides, corn mazes, wildlife exhibits and so much more to wear out the little ones. Uncle Bob's has all the amenities of a classic fall farm experience with new and exciting spaces for kids to explore and play.
If you're looking for the coolest corn maze Atlanta has to offer, Uncle Shucks will absolutely wow you. This pumpkin patch is complete with an elaborately cut corn maze that changes each year, hayrides and bonfires on select nights. They do a spooky hayride for older kids, followed by some marshmallow toasting over the bonfire at dusk, Uncle Shucks is a fall staple for some family fun when you have a day to relax and stroll through the winding corn maze.
If you find some time during the weekend, take the opportunity to create some new family traditions with your littles!
Pumpkin picking is pure Halloween nostalgia, with tons of local farms creating fun spaces for families to explore, each year your fall traditions can grow.
Don't forget to wear your favorite costumes pumpkin picking or corn maze adventuring, Halloween doesn't have to be once a year!