Autumn is here, and that means a whole slew of seasonal activities just waiting to be enjoyed. In case you haven’t noticed, Georgia really thrives in the fall, with a bevy of exciting and entertaining ways to spend the day. If you’re looking for a way to enjoy fall, then check out these 12 picture-perfect fall day trips in Georgia that the whole family can enjoy together.

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Otherwise, if you’re looking to stay active in Georgia this fall season, then check out this article: 10 Amazing Georgia Hikes Under 3 Miles You’ll Absolutely Love.

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Fall Day Trips In Georgia

What are the best pumpkin patches in Georgia?

With so many things to do in fall in Georgia, it’s hard to choose where to start. But it’s always best practice during the autumn months to visit a pumpkin patch! Georgia has some phenomenal pumpkin patches, from Burt’s mentioned above, to Jaemor Farms and the Yule Forest Pumpkin Patch.

Where can I go apple picking in Georgia?

One of the best day trips in Georgia you can have involves heading to the local orchard and picking some apples straight from the tree! There are quite a few apple orchards to choose from, including Mercier and R&A Orchards mentioned above, plus many more. Take a look at the best apple orchards you’ll find in Georgia all in one list.

Which hiking trails in Georgia are best in the fall?

A truly wonderful way to see the fall colors in Georgia is to hit the trails. Hiking in Georgia during the autumn months will yield beautiful results as you’ll have a front-row seat to all of the natural beauty. Moccasin Creek Park offers up some stunning scenery when you hike during the fall, plus you can’t miss out on Tallulah Gorge. Check out these 8 autumn hiking spots in Georgia that will level up your fall experience.

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