While everyone is still deciding if trick-or-treating should be cancelled this year, not everything that makes the fall season special has to change. Families are still spending together and making memories, despite how different this year has looked compared to others. If you’re still deicing how to spend this fall season, here’s your guide to Georgia fall activities in 2020:

Apple Picking

There are countless places in Georgia where you can go apple picking. Mostly in Ellijay, apple picking is an activity for the whole family. Many places even have special activities for the kids on the weekends. 

Visit a Pumpkin Patch

Pumpkins serve all sorts of purposes in the fall: decorations, jack-o-lanterns, festive foods, etc. Visiting a pumpkin patch instead of buying a pumpkin from the grocery store is a great way to enjoy the beautiful fall weather while spending time with family.

Visit a Haunted House

Looking for a scare? Haunted houses are still open and active this year.

Escape a Corn Maze

Like most apple orchards, corn mazes also offer more than just getting lost in tall stalks of corn. With activities for people of all ages to enjoy, it’s the perfect time to get the family together and spend the day with familiar company.

Make Homemade Treats

Apple cider, pies and crumbles, pumpkin bread… Satisfy your sweet tooth and spend quality time with your family as you share the tasty home-baked treats.

Stay Home with the Fire Pit

Fire pits are another family friendly way to make new memories. Crack open a cold one, roast s’mores, tell stories from old family trips,… the options are endless. Take advantage of the crisp fall nights we’ve been having and cozy up next to a fire in your own backyard. If your backyard needs a fire pit, be sure to give us a call for a custom estimate that fits your needs.

Don’t Let 2020 Stop You From Enjoying Fall

Fall looks different this year– there’s no denying that. But you can still enjoy fall activities you’re used to, and you can make lifelong memories with your family. What Georgia fall activities do you have planned for 2020?