If you’re like us and you LIVE for the fall season, add Hillcrest Orchards to your bucket list. When the temperatures start to take a dip in Georgia, even if it’s just that first chilly afternoon, we can practically smell the hay, feel the weight of the pumpkins, and taste the apple cider donuts. One of the best apple orchards in Georgia, get ready for hayrides, corn mazes, apple cider donuts, and so much more.

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What are the most well-known parks in Georgia?

There are 63 state parks in Georgia to explore. In the southeast part of the state in Tallulah Falls, there is the 2,689-acre Tallulah Gorge State Park. You can explore the three miles of rim trails of course, but if you want to actually see the gorge floor (and you should!), you’ve got to be one of the first 100 to arrive at the visitor center to grab a permit. F.D. Roosevelt State Park in Pine Mountain is the state’s largest state park at 9,049 acres. Here, you’ll have 42 miles of trails to explore as well as opportunities to camp, fish, swim, and more.

Where are the best places to see fall foliage in Georgia? 

Fall in Georgia is gorgeous and there are plenty of places to see it aside from corn mazes in Georgia. Over in Rising Fawn, there’s Cloudland Canyon State Park. Take in this 3,385-acre park’s changing colors through 64 miles of hiking trails or 30 miles of biking trails. Another great way to see the foliage is on a train ride. The Blue Ridge Scenic Railway in Blue Ridge has fall foliage trips that run from the end of September through the beginning of November along the Toccoa River.

What are the scariest haunted houses in Georgia?

If you are looking for spooks, chills, and thrills rather than just pumpkin patches, there are several haunted houses in Georgia. In Stone Mountain, there is Netherworld. This is a walk-through attraction that features several floors within as well as attractions like escape rooms and a monster museum. Folklore Haunted House is in Acworth. There are different themes for the attractions year by year, such as “The Manor” and “Maximum Overload.” And don’t miss the Midway of Mayhem.