Fun Outdoor Activities for Fall 2020

  1. The Peters Company’s Annual Pumpkin Patch :: We may be biased, but the best fall activity every year is The Peters Company’s Annual Pumpkin Patch. We will be celebrating a decade of hosting a day of family-friendly activities for our clients. Located at Washington Farms in Bogart, we will be enjoying rows of pumpkins, sunflower fields, and corn mazes. Will you be joining us?
  2. Hiking Trails :: The Vickery Creek Trail in Roswell is a great intermediate hike for those interested in exploring more of Atlanta or seeing the beautiful fall leaves. This trail is 4.7 miles roundtrip and dog friendly, so you and your pooch can explore together. Some of the sights include two historic mills, a spillway waterfall, and a covered bridge. When you’re finished with your hike, you can trek over to Historic Roswell and check out all the fun restaurants and shops downtown.
  3. Painted Horse Winery and Vineyards :: Looking for a great day trip to get out of the city? Look no further than Painted Horse Winery and Vineyards. Located in Milton, this family-owned winery regularly hosts events for families and adults on The Farm at Pamelot. Painted Horse opens its tasting room to the public Wednesday through Sunday. For music fans, they also have live performances on the weekend in the evenings.
  4. Apple Picking :: BJ Reece Orchards offers their U-Pick Apple Season through October 31, 2020. Located in Ellijay, the family-owned farm is located in the North Georgia mountains and is a great day-trip with several social distancing activities. You can expect to see tons of sweet treats at their country bakery, fun for kids at their petting farm, and to pick apples on over 100 acres of orchard.

For more information on Atlanta and any questions you may have about moving to the area, please give The Peters Company a call at 678-921-1470 or email us at team@thepeterscompany.com. We’d love to get to know you and help you find your perfect home near your favorite fall activities!

Written by Brennan Ballard

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