If you’re anything like me, you’ve been waiting for this time of year to come – Fall and Halloween! There are countless fun things to do around the city during the month and below are a few of my favorites!
- Burt’s Farm Pumpkin Patch – One of the most popular Pumpkin Patches in North Georgia. Come out and pick a pumpkin, get lost in the corn maze and take a hay ride! I highly recommend making the drive here with the family.
- Halloween Night Hikes at Chattahoochee Nature Center – Take a guided hike along well-lit trails where children meet friendly, costumed forest creatures. Enjoy world music and a campfire. Oct. 25-26.
- Zoo Atlanta’s Boo at the Zoo – Wear your costume to sample treats and explore the sights, characters and adventures of Zoo Boo Town. Oct. 19-20, 26-27.
- Scarecrows in the Garden at Atlanta Botanical Garden – View scarecrows handcrafted by businesses, individuals, schools and organizations on display throughout the garden. Oct. 1-Nov. 3.
Fun with Friends
- The Dark Rows Haunted Corn Maze at Uncle Shuck’s – The Dark Rows is an outdoor haunted attraction open on Friday and Saturday nights in October. Bring your friends to see what’s really lurking behind the corn stalks!
- Ghosts of Marietta in Marietta – Tour guides tell stories based on documented sightings, firsthand experiences and history. Fri., Sat. and Sun.
- Little 5 Points Halloween Festival and Parade in Little 5 Points – Live music, street entertainment, vendors and street parade. Oct. 19.
- Netherworld Haunted House at Stone Mountain – This has been ranked top 10 Haunted Houses in the US for many years. This location has a few haunted attractions that never disappoint. Known for their elaborate designs and dramatic animatronics, this haunt will leave you gripping your friends’ hands around each corner.
If you’re reading this, hopefully you joined us at our Annual Pumpkin Patch event that we hold for our clients. If you know someone who would like to be a part of The Peters Company client family, we would love the introduction!
Written by Brennan Ballard