Top 3 Favorite Atlanta Area Pumpkin Patches

It’s that time of year again! Yes, get out your PSL’s, scarfs and apple scented candles – it’s fall y’all! (I had to say it…) Here at The Peters Company we get really excited for fall – and not just because it’s the “second spring” market here in Georgia, but also because we LOVE a good Pumpkin Patch. In fact, our 9th Annual Pumpkin Patch took place the last weekend of September, and we loved seeing over 150 past clients and friends of TPC! After almost 10 years of Pumpkin Patches we know what ‘good’ looks like, so we’ve rounded up the top three in the metro Atlanta area!


#3 Jaemor Farms – This Atlanta classic has over 70 acres of pumpkins! You can also spend time (maybe too much?) in a 6-acre corn maze! Don’t miss the pumpkin train, hayride, apple cannon, and duck races!


#2 Southern Belle Farm – You can spend an entire day at this 200-acre working farm in McDonough and still not run out of activities! From pig races to a kiddie corral to a corn cannon, jumping pillow, corn cannon and pumpkin patch you’ll have a full day of fun at over 20 outdoor activities! Added bonus: Southern Belle also has several fire pits you can rent during the fall season, but put in your campfire reservation early as they are very popular!


#1 Washington Farms – Our personal favorite and home to The Peters Company Pumpkin Patch for the past two years, this farm has it all! Petting zoo, jumping pillows, cow train, pumpkin patch, corn maze, and lots more! To make it even cooler, go after dark on their “Flashlight Nights” for a spooky experience through the corn maze at night! The short drive to Bogart is well worth the experience!


Don’t wait to visit these awesome farms as the season ends on November 3 for all three locations. Looking for more pumpkin fun? There are also Pumpkin FESTIVALS that are worth a visit at Stone Mountain and the North Georgia Zoo & Farm!


Want to know more about this amazing buying and selling season in Atlanta? Give us a call at 678-921-1470 or visit us at!


Written by Jennie Moshure

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