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Fall in Metro Atlanta – Activities, Festivals and Things to Do in Fall 2017

System - Monday, October 23, 2017
Property Management Blog

Metro Atlanta is a great place to be in the fall! As a former “Michigander” I always loved the fall but it would get cold fast, it seemed like the snowy winter always came sooner rather than later. What I love about living in Georgia is that you still get 4 definitive seasons without all the snow like in the North. We may get a little bit of snow and the temps do get cold but nothing is more beautiful than Fall in Georgia. With such great weather, why would you not want to get out and enjoy some of the many places this area has to offer!

Fall Festivals:

Native American Festival and Pow Wow: Stone Mountain Park November 2-5, 2017

Pumpkin Festival: Stone Mountain Park September 29th – October 29th (Friday’s – Sunday’s)

Helen Oktoberfest: Helen, GA September 7 – October 29

Chiaha Harvest Fair: Rome, GA October 28th – 29th

Decatur Wine Festival: Decatur, GA November 4th 5pm – 10pm

Owl-O-Ween Hot Air Balloon Festival: October 27th – 28th Kennesaw, GA

Apple Picking/Orchards:

B.J. Reece Orchards: You pick apple picking during certain time periods, farm fun, market and bakery. Ellijay, GA

Hillcrest Orchards: You pick apple picking, bakery, farm market, wagon rides, etc. Don’t miss the “Apple Pickin’ Jubilee” Festival September 9th – October 29th on the weekends. Ellijay, GA

Mercier Orchards: You pick apple picking, market café, tractor tours & more. From one our team members: She would highly recommend the “Grumpy Granny”, their cider (beer)! Blue Ridge, GA

Red Apple Barn: You pick apple picking, pumpkin patch, Farm Market. Ellijay, GA

R&A Orchards: Apples, peaches, nectarines and vegetables; farm tours, you pick apples certain weekends. Ellijay, GA

View the Fall Foliage:

Arabia Mountain: Hike the mountain or enjoy some of the events they have to offer. The Yellow Daisy is a rare flower and they are in bloom on the mountain in the fall. Lithonia, GA

North Georgia Canopy Tours: What better way to see the beautiful Fall Foliage than from above on a zip line! Lula, GA

The Atlanta Beltline: Walk or bike the Atlanta Beltline and enjoy this beautiful weather!

Blue Ridge Scenic Railway: Enjoy 26 miles roundtrip and see the beautiful views North GA has to offer! Blue Ridge, GA.

Halloween Spooks:

Fear the Woods: Consistently ranked as one of the top haunted places to go in Georgia. Stockbridge, GA

Historic Oakland Cemetery: Garden Cemetery that was founded in 1850. Atlanta, GA

Netherworld Haunted House: One of the top Haunted Houses in the Nation. Norcross, GA

Fright Fest Six Flags Over Georgia: Thrills and activities for the whole family. Austell, GA

Pumpkin Patches:

Burt’s Farm: Dawsonville, GA

Yule Forest (And Christmas Tree Farm): Stockbridge, GA

Uncle Shuck’s (And Corn Maze): Dawsonville, GA

Berry Patch Farms (And Blueberry Farm & Christmas Tree Farm): Woodstock, GA

Southern Belle Farm (And Christmas Tree Farm): McDonough, GA

Pettit Creek Farms (And Petting Zoo): Cartersville, GA

Lee Anderson Farm: Dahlonega, GA

Trick-or-Treating Events:

Boo at the Zoo: costume contest, inflatable corn maze and more! Atlanta, GA

Brick or Treat: Legoland Halloween Party. Atlanta, GA.

Trunk or Treat: Free admission, trick or treating, games and more! Kennesaw, GA

Mall Wide Trick or Treating: check with your local mall, most of them in the area have trick or treating times.

This doesn’t touch the surface of the many things to do here in Metro Atlanta in the fall. No matter the area you are in, there is something fun for you to do!

Post by: Jen Tolley