Events, Festivals & Things To Do This Fall in Georgia

Events Festivals Things to Do this Fall in Georgia

Fall is such a great time in Georgia (well, once the temperatures get out of the 80’s and 90’s). All over Georgia there are some fun events, festivals, and other things to do this Fall in Georgia. I thought it would be helpful to list all the ones I know about. I will continue to add to this list as I hear of more!

Events, Festivals & Things To Do This Fall in Georgia

This list is in order by date: 

Taste of Gainesville

Address: Lake Lanier Olympic Venue – 3105 Clarks Bridge Road
Gainesville, GA 30506
When: September 24th 6pm-9pm

Click here for more information

13th Annual Blues, Bres & BBQ

Address: 201 S. Main Street, Hinesville, GA 31313
When: September 24th 1pm-11:30pm

Click here for more information

Alpharetta Art in the Park

Address: 35 Milton Avenue, Alpharetta, GA 30009
When: September 24th 9am – 4pm

Click here for more information

Play at the Park

Address: Fowler Park – 4110 Carolene Way
When: October 1st 11am-9pm

Click here for more information

Grapes and Ghosts Wine Tour

Address: 19 East Main Street, Upstairs Porch Suite F, Dahlonega, GA 30533
When:Every Friday & Saturday 5:30pm

Click here for more information

Boos and Brews Pub Crawl

Address: 19 East Main Street, Upstairs Porch Suite F, Dahlonega, GA 30533
When: Every Friday & Saturday 8:30pm in September and October

Click here for more information

Scarecrow Harvest

Address: Alpharetta
When: October 1st at 10am – 2pm

Click here for more information 

Cumming Country Fair & Festival

Address: Cumming Fairgrounds
: October 6th – 16th

Click here for more information

Sorghum Festival

Address: 90 Meeks Park Road, Blairsville, GA 30512
When: October 8th, 9th, 15th, & 16th from 9am to 5pm

Click here for more information 

Apple Picking Jubilee

Address: Hillcrest Orchard – 9696 Hwy. 52 E., Ellijay, Georgia 30536
When: September 10th – October 30th

Click here for more information

Cumming Greek Festival

Address: 3074 Bethelview Rd, Cumming
When: October 14th – 16th

Click here for more information 

 Owl O’Ween Hot Air Balloon Festival

Address: Kennesaw State University – 3200 George Busbee Pkwy NW
Kennesaw, GA 30144
When: October 21st – 22nd

Click here for more information 

Deep Roots Festival

Address: Downtown Milledgeville, GA
When: October 22nd

Click here for more information 

Important Disclosure: We do our best to provide accurate, useful information about events, activities and small businesses. Information (including times and locations) is gathered from various sources including press releases, Facebook postings, signs around town, event submissions and word of mouth.

We always attempt to confirm details before published. It is possible that details change or we are given inaccurate information. Whenever possible we link our articles to the source or information provided and strongly urge you to confirm details before you go.

10 Things to Do this Fall in Cumming GA & Forsyth County

10 Things to do this Fall in Forsyth County

10 Things to Do this Fall in Cumming GA & Forsyth County

Hands down – Fall is my favorite season. I love the weather, the pumpkin flavored everything, football snacks, and much more! And as we thought about it there are a lot of fun things to do in Forsyth county this Fall. So we have put together a list of 10 Things to Do in Forsyth County this Fall.

Here is our list in no particular order:


1. Go to a High School Football Game:  These games are full of energy and a really fun evening to support our local teams. The tickets are fairly inexpensive and the kids think they’re at a big game. For updated schedules, click here.



2. The Cumming Fair:  Oh how much fun the Fair is! The annual Cumming Country Fair & Festival will be in town in less than a month.  Click here for information on the 2016 Cumming Country Fair!

Kinsey Family Farm

3. Kinsey Family Farm:  The Kinsey Farm is now open for its Fall & Pumpkin Season.  They’ll be open for all their Fall Activities until October 30th.  This is always a must for our family.  Click here for more information.

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4. Warbington Farms:  Don’t make the mistake of associating Warbington Farms with strawberry fields only.  They have lots of fun pumpkin activities and this year they’re offering a CORN MAZE too!  Plus fall activities like Pumpkins, Hay Rides, Petting Zoo, Farm Fun, and so much more!  Click here for more information.

5. Fall Festivals:  This season is FULL of festivals at churches, schools, and businesses through Forsyth County.  Our calendar is already packed with lots of events going on but as we get closer, more and more will be added.  Click here to view the Calendar of Events.  And if your church, organization, or business has an event you want to share with the community click here to submit your event.


6. Drive around: This sounds silly but it’s so much fun to simply drive around and check out the leaves. The leaves so beautiful this time of year. This was an idea from our high school student intern and contributing writer, Christina. Read more of her ideas by clicking here. 

7. Haunted Fun:  As we get closer to Halloween there will be plenty of fun Haunted Houses to visit here in Forsyth County. We’ll definitely have a list ready to go as it gets closer.  And again, if your church, organization, or business has an event you want to share with the community click here to submit your event.

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8. Pumpkin Picking:  Sure you can pick up a pumpkin almost anywhere, but make it special – try one of the local “pumpkin patches” & help support a local organization, ministry or business.   As the season comes into full swing, pumpkins can be purchased at Kinsey Family Farm, Warbington Farms, and also Cumming First United Methodist Church and Midway United Methodist Church have “patches” in their yards too.

9. Forsyth County Playgrounds:  Personally, I feel that Fall is the best time to be outside. Nice cool breeze, sun shining, it’s not too hot but not too cold.  This Fall we would love for you to enjoy this weather at some of the Forsyth County Parks.  Click here for a listing and for some personal thoughts on some of them too.

10. Fall Fun at Your House: There are plenty of super fun things to do at home this Fall. Rake up the leaves to jump in & play, bake fall treats, make some fun fall crafts with the kids, decorate some pumpkins, camp in your back yard or make a fun fort in the living room.  Just spend time together and enjoy one another! Check out our All Things Autumn Pinterest Board by clicking here. Need snack ideas for days spent watching football? Here’s some for you!

BONUS IDEA: Travel just a little further north for some great Apple Picking!  Click here for apple u-pick farms near Forsyth County.

ANOTHER BONUS IDEA: Find 40+ things to do this Fall all over Georgia from our friends at 365 Atlanta Family. Click here

What would you add to this list?

Disclaimer: We do our best to provide accurate, useful information about events, activities and small business within Cumming & Forsyth County. Information (including times and locations) is gathered from various sources. We always attempt to confirm details before published. It is possible that details change or we are given inaccurate information. Whenever possible we link our articles to the source and strongly urge you to confirm details before you go. Cumming Local is in no way responsible for any problems that occur while participating in activities recommended on this site or for any errors & omissions.

Photo sources: Leaves, Bench at park

2016 Apple Picking Near Cumming GA

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Apple Picking Near Cumming GA

It’s apple u-pick season in Ellijay and North GA!!   We have a list of a few places to pick your own apples near Cumming, GA. Maybe a day trip and hitting all of them is the best plan?

Note:  U-pick is typically on the weekend (although the orchard may be open every day) and always weather permitting.  Activities and offerings at each farm vary.  We link directly to the orchard so you can check with them for their operating schedule & weather delays. 

  1. Mercier Orchards
    Scheduled Opening: Open now
    Address: 8660 Blue Ridge Drive, Blue Ridge GA 30513
    Click here for more information
  2. BJ Reece Orchards:
    Scheduled Opening:  Open now through October 30th
    Address:  9131 Highway 52 East, Ellijay GA 30536
    Click here for more information
  3. Hillcrest Orchards:
    Scheduled Opening:  Open now through October 30th
    Address:  9696 Hwy 52 East, Ellijay GA 30536
    Click here for more information
  4. Red Apple Barn:
    Scheduled Opening: Open now through October 30th
    Address:  3379 Tailscreek Road, Ellijay GA 30540
    Click here for more information
  5. Panorama Orchards: (Note: you can pick them here but you can buy delicious fresh apples and other goodies)
    Scheduled Opening: Open now
    Address: Hwy 515 South, 63 Talona Spur, Ellijay, GA 30540
    Click here for more information

Don’t Miss Out On These Apple-Themed Events:

Georgia Apple Festival
Dates: October 8th-9th & 15th-16th
Address: Ellijay Lions Club Fairgrounds, 1729 South Main Street, Ellijay, GA 30540
Click here for more information 

Apple Festival Parade
Dates: October 15th – 10am
Address: Downtown Ellijay
Click here for more information 

Apple Arts – Arts & Crafts
Dates: October 8th-9th & 15th-16th
Address: Downtown Ellijay
Click here for more information 

There are LOTS more Apple-Themed events in Ellijay. Click here to see all of them.

2016 Cumming Fair in Forsyth County

As of 10/3/16, this giveaway is closed. Congrats to the winners!

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It’s that time of year once again for the Cumming Fair & Festival which begins on Thursday, October 6th and ends on Sunday, October 16th. This year marks the 22nd year for the fair that began as just a 5 day fair and now has grown to an 11 day event!

Just thinking about the fair makes my mouth water for all the delicious fair food – cotton candy, fresh popcorn, funnel cakes, giant turkey legs, and don’t forget about the deep fried Snickers or Oreos. The calories eaten at the Fair don’t count, right?

We can’t forget about the rides and games! The famous James H. Drew Exposition returns with the world’s most progressive midway. The Cumming Fair & Festival brings over 40 rides and numerous games. It really is fun for all!

Don’t miss out on the 11 days of family fun!


Dates: October 6-16, 2016
Times: Monday – Thursday, 4pm – 10pm
Friday, 4pm – Midnight
Saturday, 10am – Midnight
Sunday, 12:30pm – 9pm
Location: The Cumming Fairgrounds

*No Alcohol, Pets, or Coolers Allowed

Admission Prices:

11 Years Old and Up: $7.00
10 Years Old and Under: FREE
All Parking: $5.00

Learn more about the rides (and ticket prices), local entertainment, Heritage Village, ground acts & concerts on the Cumming Fair Facebook page.

Once again, a great line up and some great specials are being offered:

*subject to change – accurate at time of publishing – verify all information here*

Thursday, October 6th:

  • FREE Admission compliments of Northside Hospital-Forsyth
  • $20 Pay One-Price Rides (unlimited rides – $20/ person)

Friday, October 7th:

  • Concert: Atlanta Rhythm Section in Concert at 8pm (free w/ admission)

Saturday, October 8th:

  • FREE Admission & rides from 10am to 11am (all ages)
  • $25 per person for unlimited rides. All Ages. 11am to 3pm (must purchase 11am to 3pm – valid all day)
  • 2015 Miss Cumming Fair Pageant, 10am-1pm.

Sunday, October 9th:

  • Senior Citizen Day – FREE Admission for ages 55 & up.
  • Free Admission & Rides for Students (18 & under) with coupon – 12:30pm to 2pm

Monday, October 10th:

  • Student Night – FREE Admission 18 & under.
  • $15 Unlimited Rides (all ages)

Tuesday, October 11th:

  • Unlimited rides for $20 (all ages)
  • Concert: Lonestar at 8:00 pm (free w/ admission)

Wednesday, October 12th:

  • FREE Admission Compliments of Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta (all ages)
  • $20 Unlimited Rides (all ages)
  • Marvel Superheros Shows – 5pm & 7:30pm
  • CHOA Parade at 6pm

Thursday, October 13th:

  • Concert: The Charlie Daniels Band at 8pm (free w/ admission)

Friday, October 14th:

  • FREE Admission after 9pm with a valid High School Football Ticket Stub (Please note: The ticket stub must be for 10/14/16)

Saturday, October 15th:

  • FREE Admission AND Rides (all ages). 10am – 11am
  • Unlimited rides for $25 per person. Must purchase b/n 11am – 3pm but valid all day.
  • Chainsaw Carving Auction: 7pm Show
  • American Bull Riding Tour: 8pm Show

Sunday, October 16th – Last Chance to Visit the Fair!

  • FREE Students Admission (18 & Under) and Rides with school coupon. 12:30 – 2pm.
  • Bring 7 non-perishable canned goods and receive one FREE Adult Entry (Benefits the Feed the Hungry Forsyth, Inc.)
  • American Bullriders Tour: 6pm
  • Heroes Day: All Law Enforcement, Firefighters, First Responders and All Active, Reserved or Retired Military are admitted FREE with Valid ID.

All information believed to be accurate at time of posting. For official information, please visit The Cumming Fair online.


Things To Do for Fall Break 2016 in Forsyth County

Fall Break 2016 in Forsyth County

I’ve been thinking about what to do for Fall Break 2016 in Forsyth County this week since I know it’s around the corner. If you are going on a trip out of town, good for you! I hope you have a great time. We are doing a little staycation. If you are staying home as well – just know there are plenty of things to do right here in Forsyth County that week.

Here’s a round-up of the Things To Do for Fall Break 2016 in Forsyth County & Cumming GA:

Send The Kids To Camp: I’ve been keeping an eye out for any Fall Break camps. Here’s a list of the ones in Forsyth County i’ve seen so far: The Dojo, Parks & RecreationForsyth Academy of Performing Arts, Junior Lifeguarding Camp at Cumming Aquatic Center, Day Camps at Pinot’s Palette. If I hear of any more camps i’ll be sure to add them in here.  

Check Out All The Forsyth County Library events: The Forsyth County libraries have planned out a week full of fall break activities. You can see all the Fall Break programs, by clicking here.

Go To A Fall Festival: On 9/24 & 9/25, 400 Produce is having a Fall Festival. You can read more about it by clicking here.

Go To A Fundraiser: On 9/24, Bottoms Christmas Tree Farm is having a fundraiser that benefits Raise the Roof. You can read more by clicking here.

Volunteer Together As A Family: On 9/24, you can volunteer to clean up the GA State National Parks. Learn more by clicking here.

Unlimited Play at Stars and Strikes: Take the family for a fun day at Stars and Strikes. For $16.99 a person, you can bowl and play laser tag unlimited. Click here for all the details.

Unlimited Play at Tiny Towne Atlanta: On Wednesday 9/28 from 11am to 1pm, you can get unlimited credits for $30. Click here for more information.

Go On A Mommy & Me Date: Pinot’s Palette is having a special mommy and me canvas painting party on 10/1 from 11am-1pm. For more information and to register, click here.

Watch A Movie Under The Stars: On 10/1, the North GA Outlet Mall is hosting a movie under the stars. They will have a kid’s zone starting at 4:30pm. And the movie “Captain America Civil War” starts ay 7:30pm. Find out all the details by clicking here.

Play At the Park 2016: This is a FAMILY FUN event at Fowler Park that everyone loves! From 11am to 4pm, there will be kid activities, food trucks, live entertainment, and so much more! Click here for all the details.

Visit One Of Our Forsyth County Parks: We have so many great parks and playgrounds in Forsyth County. Since the weather is looking promising for Fall Break, checking out a park you’ve never been to or going to an old favorite is the perfect activity for Fall break. Click here for our listing of Parks and Recreation.

Spend Time At Any Of the Indoor Venues: Forsyth County is home to some fun indoor locations as well. We have a round-up of where to do indoors and still have some family fun! Click here for more information.

“Fall Break” Adventures: Take an idea from our Summer Adventures or Summer Fun from A to Z. Either of those lists have some fun ideas that could be done during Fall Break.

Take A Short Trip to Chattanooga: We went to Chattanooga over the summer for a day trip. It’s a short drive and so much to do there. We especially loved the Tennessee Aquarium and the Creative Discovery Museum.

Go Visit The Buford Corn Maze: Fall is in the air this week! Why not visit the Buford Corn Maze for some fun together as a family? Click here to read all about them.

Take An Idea From This Teenager Round-Up: Christina recently wrote an article about what to do this Fall with your teenager in North GA. There are some great ideas on there of things to do! Click here to read more.

Enter To Win Tickets To The Cumming Fair: We are picking a few families to win 4 tickets to the Cumming Fair & Festival. Click here to enter! 

Whatever you do this Fall Break, we hope you enjoy the time with friends and family!

Cumming Greek Festival 2016

Cumming Greek Festival

Cumming Greek Festival 2016

Cumming Greek Festival Returns for the 12th Anniversary!

The Cumming Greek Festival celebrates its 12th year of bringing a taste of the beautiful Mediterranean paradise to Cumming and North Georgia!

The 12th Annual Cumming Greek Festival starts Friday October 14th at 3pm and goes to Sunday, October 16th at 5pm.

Sts Raphael, Nicholas, and Irene Greek Orthodox parish sponsors this wonderful event each year on their beautiful 16 acres right on Bethelview Rd. and this year the Festival celebrates 10 years as one of the largest volunteer festivals in Forsyth County with fun and fellowship for this family friendly annual event.

Each year a portion of the monies raised goes to local charities in Forsyth County such as The Place and Jessie’s House. Our parish is committed to our local community and helping those in need!

All your favorites are back! Home made Greek Pastries (get them early. These sell out fast!). Authentic Greek food like gyros, souvlaki, pastichio, dolmades, and lamb are on the menu along with so much more! There’s even a wonderful baklava sundae that is always a big hit with the kids! Music, dance, and great food make the Cumming Greek Festival THE destination in North Georgia.

Great shopping will be available from all our vendors this year as we add merchandise from Greece and local vendors with something for everyone! And back this year is our children’s area featuring a fantastic petting zoo for the kids!

One of the highlights of the Festival is also the informative Church tour that happens every day of the Festival. Our joy in our beautiful “village” created especially for the Festival flow out of the beauties of our ancient and timeless faith. Our Church Tours and lectures add so much to the experience of our festival.

The 12th Annual Cumming Greek Festival promises to be our biggest event ever and something the whole family will enjoy. Make your plans now to attend and enjoy this outstanding community event! OPA!

For more information go to!

Warbington Farms: Open for 2016 Fall Season

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Warbington Farms 2016 Fall Pumpkin Season

Did you know that Warbington Farms is a three generation farm? It is! Over the last 6 years, the farm has changed quite a bit. They used to mainly be an egg operation. But now it’s a great place for the whole family!

On Saturday, September 17th, 2016  Warbington Farms will open for the Fall & Pumpkin Season. You can plan a to go get pumpkins but also enjoy tons of fall activities. They also have lots of special events through the fall season. You can check those events out by clicking here.

Fall activities include:

  • Corn maze
  • Pumpkin Patch
  • Hay rides to feed the cows
  • Petting Zoo
  • Corn Crib
  • And much more!

Activity Fees:

  • No Cost for Pumpkin Patch Entrance (pumpkin prices vary)
  • Farm Fun Park Pricing: 
    $10 Per Person
    Under 3 are FREE
    Senior Citizen discounts available

*Pricing, Dates & Time may change – follow Warbington on Facebook for updates

Fall Hours From September 17th through November 12th:

Monday – Thursday: Closed to Public
Friday & Saturday:  10am-10pm
Sunday:  10am-6pm

Warbington Farms has TONS of Fall Themed Special Events. Click here to read about all of them!

 More Information:

Warbington Farms
5555 Crow Road
Cumming, GA

Warbington Farms Online
Warbington Farms on Facebook

Kinsey Family Farm: 2016 Fall Pumpkin Season

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Kinsey Family Farm: 2016 Fall Pumpkin Season

Fall in Forsyth County means it’s time to make a stop at Kinsey Family Farm! This year’s opening is Saturday, September 17th!

Make a morning or an afternoon out of the fun on the farm – not only can you pick out the perfect pumpkin, but you can also enjoy a hayride, feed the catfish or farm animals, shop in the Fall Harvest Shop, and definitely get some great “pumpkin” photos with the family!

You’ll find all sorts of pumpkins in all shapes and sizes! Kinsey Farm has delicious “pie” pumpkins and gourds too.

Fall activities include:

  • Hay Rides: $3 per person (children 2 & under are free). Hours vary. Check their fall activity page for information.
  • Barn Animals & Fish Feeding: These are HUGE and my kids have always loved feeding them in the past! You’ll also find an animal pavilion to feed the farm animals as well.
  • Picnic Area: There is no charge to use this area, so bring your own lunch or purchase some snacks and drinks in the concession area and enjoy a meal or snack on the farm! They have delicious boiled peanuts!

And don’t forget to stop in the Fall Harvest Shop before you leave. You will find apples, honey, salsa, jams, preserves, fall decor & MUCH more!

Fall Hours From September 17th – October 31st:

Monday – Friday: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Saturday – Sunday: 9:00 am to 6:00 pm

Visit the Kinsey Family Farm Fall Activity Page for More Information.

More Information:

Kinsey Family Farm
7170 Jot-em Down Road
Gainesville, GA 30506

Kinsey Family Farm Online
Kinsey Family Farm on Facebook

2016 Play at the Park in Forsyth County


2016 Play at the Park in Forsyth County

Forsyth County Parks and Recreation will host the annual Play at the Park Family Fun Festival.

Play at the Park is a community festival that features kid’s activities, live entertainment, vendors and food trucks. This event is brought to you by Forsyth County Parks & Recreation and the Cumming-Forsyth County Chamber of Commerce

Saturday, October 1, 2016
11am to 9pm *
at Fowler Park – 4110 Carolene Way

The event will feature a variety of family-friendly entertainment and activities all with free admission!

*Festival from 11am-4pm and Tethered Hot Air Balloon rides (dependent on weather) from 4pm-9pm.

Event Highlights:

  • Community Vendors
  • Kid Activities
  • Live Entertainment
  • Food Trucks
  • And More!

All brought to you by Forsyth County Parks & Recreation.

For more information on this event, visit their website:

Don’t forget to bring your chairs and blankets to the 2016 Play at the Park!


Fall Fun at Warbington Farms!


Fall Fun at Warbington Farms

Fall is ALMOST here and my family cannot wait! As I was looking for some Fall Fun, I found all these great events coming up at Warbington Farms. I thought it might be helpful to share all of them with you so you can save the dates for the events that you and your family would enjoy.

These events are listed in order of date:


  • Dove Shoot: September 3, 2016

Join us at the farm and make memories with friends and family in our DOVE PREPPED fields. Gates will open at 9:00 am with hunt starting at noon and lasting till dusk. Lunch will be available till 2:00. Purchase tickets below or click here for registration form to mail payment. Event will be held rain or shine and no refunds will be issued. All minors (16 and younger) must be accompanied by paying adult.

Entry fee: $115/person (includes BBQ lunch)


  • Bluegrass on the Farm: September 10, 2016
    Visit us on the farm as we offer this special, pre-season event as a THANK YOU to the community.

FREE adult admission
HALF PRICED kid admission

Bring your lawn-chairs, sit back and enjoy the free bluegrass music, clogging, and country scenery. There will be many activities including the hayride, petting zoo, corn crib, all new giant jumping pillow and more! Plus….be among the first to get lost and find fun in our 2016 CORN MAZE!

Bluegrass and clogging will be held at the pavilion.
All children (3-12) MUST purchase a $5 wristband to enter.
Concessions will be available for purchase during the event.

  • Magical Maze: October 1, 2016

Come spend the day hunting for your favorite character in our maze. Kids will enjoy “meet and greet” photo opportunities throughout the maze. The event will run 10am-4pm but please note that not all characters will be available the entire time.

Characters include:
Elsa & Anna from Once Upon A Time Entertainment (11:00-12:00 & 12:30-1:30)
Strawberry Shortcake (time coming soon)
Lemon Meringue (time coming soon)
Blueberry Muffin (time coming soon)
Ninja Turtle (time coming soon)

  • Pumpkin Palooza: October 15, 2016
    Join us for a pumpkin filled day on the farm. We will have vendors, pumpkin activities and games, pumpkin patch, hayrides, petting zoo, fun park, corn maze. What festival would be complete without a cake walk? Come win some delicious treats and enjoy a fun filled day on the farm!
    If you are interested in being a Vendor for the festival please fill out this form.

Palooza is included in Fun Park admission which is $10 +tax and includes all the farm activities (vendor items, concessions, cakewalk, and face-painting extra).


  • Trunk-or-Treat: October 29, 2016

Come trick-or-treat in a safe environment while enjoying a crisp fall day on the farm. Walk from trunk to trunk of vehicles filled with spooks and surprises! Plenty of candy for everyone! Event is free with fun park admission which also includes Corn Maze, hayride, petting zoo, jumbo pillow, corn crib, slides, swings & more activities. Fun Park admission is $10 per person. Please visit our Fun Park page for more info. Come dressed in costume and receive $1 off admission (adults & children). Purchase tickets at ticket booth the day of.

Businesses, Clubs, Organizations, and Individuals are welcome to be trunk participates. Each trunk participant will receive FOUR free fun park admissions. Please use link for more info and to sign up. Advanced registration is required to be a trunk participant. Use this form to register.

More Information on Warbington Farms:



warbington farms fall season cumming gaWarbington Farms has been locally owned for over 35 years. Warbington Farms is full of great wholesome fun for the whole family whether it is enjoying the “Hey” Ride, Farm Fun Park, Petting Zoo, fresh picked strawberries or pumpkins, or any of the other down home fun on the farm. The farm also makes the perfect setting for your next special occasion including birthday parties, bonfire parties, family reunions, corporate events, or a wedding.

Connect with Warbington Farms online: Website | Facebook