Stone Mountain Park is one of the most popular destinations for tourists in the Peach State, and it’s especially magical during the Stone Mountain Pumpkin Festival. Fall in Georgia means plenty of great festivals and events, and one of our favorites is the fall celebration at Stone Mountain Park, called Play By Day, Glow By Night. You’ll find plenty of family-friendly fun here Fridays through Sundays Sept. 16 – Oct. 29, 2023, including a pumpkin light show, a dance party parade, and even glowing dinosaurs. Check it out!

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For more information about the exciting Stone Mountain Pumpkin Festival Play By Day, Glow By Night, visit the Stone Mountain Park website. For those who have visited this fun event before, please share your experience in the comments below.

And while visiting Stone Mountain, check out some other fun attractions in the area.

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Fall Fun In Georgia

What are some fun fall attractions in Georgia?
This list of 12 picture-perfect fall day trips in Georgia gives an idea of the endless, available choices. Here are just a few to consider.

  • Burt’s Farm (5 Burts Pumpkin Farm Road, Dawsonville, GA ): Visiting this charming farm is an adventure for all, offering an invitation to autumn with a warm hug. Take a hayride, one of the main attractions that offers up to 10 tractors and wagons taking folks by the pumpkin fields. Try to spot the best one and join the throngs of people who purchase between 50-70 acres of pumpkins each year. Listen to a story told by animated pumpkins, and purchase some yummy homemade baked goods in the store crafted from old family recipes, such as scrumptious pumpkin rolls and pumpkin pie.
  • Oktoberfest (1074 Edelweiss Strasse, Helen, GA): This two-month-long Annual Helen Oktoberfest runs from early September through October making it the longest-running Oktoberfest in the U.S. For more than 50 years, this celebration has invited us to enjoy excellent food, parades, traditional dancing, lederhosen, and, of course, interesting varieties of German beer. Explore the authentic German culture in the Alpine Village of Helen for an immersive unforgettable experience.
  • Tallulah Gorge State Park (338 Jane Hurt Yarn Road, Tallulah Falls, GA): While this pretty park offers more than one trail, some of the easiest to hike are the North Rim Trail and South Rim Trail. The trails combined are only about 2.5 miles offering the same rewarding views with a less-intensive workout. Some include glimpses of the Hurricane Falls Trail and the cool suspension bridge below.

 

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