This week on the Atlanta Real Estate Forum Radio Show, The Pumpkin Patch at Yule Forest co-owner Susie Grant and head manager Arrah Grant join co-hosts Carol Morgan and Todd Schnick to discuss upcoming fall activities at the family owned and operated farm, located in Stockbridge, Georgia within Henry County.
The Third Annual Sunflower Festival on October 1 will kick off the season with the official opening of the three-acre pumpkin patch. From 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., families and friends can spend the day enjoying local musicians, artisans, artists, craftsmen, chefs and other entrepreneurs.
Take home fresh, homemade jams and freshly harvested honey after strolling through the two-acres of sunflowers and picking out the perfect pumpkin from the massive pumpkin patch. Admission for adults is $8 and for children is $11 and includes entry to the Fun Zone and a mini pumpkin.
The Fun Zone includes inflatables for all ages such as a 20-foot slide, jumping pad, a pirate ship and more, and parents are welcome to join in on the fun, too!
The Sunflower Festival also kicks off The Haunt, a Halloween-inspired event featuring a haunted house, terror transplant and trail as well as the new Pandemic: Frontline Haunted Combat attraction, an, interactive, competitive combat field. Visit the haunted farm at Yule Forest every Friday through Sunday in October.
Guests may visit Yule Forest Monday through Friday from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Some weekend activities cost more than the standard admission fee. Children who wear a costume on Wednesdays during the month of October are granted free entry (does not include Fun Zone)!
In addition to the Pumpkin Patch’s events, Yule Forest offers a variety of activities such as Christmas trees, landscape trees, blueberry picking, horse boarding, field trip and educational opportunities and more! Yule Forest is located at 3565 Highway 155 North in Stockbridge. for more information, call 770-954-9356 or visit AboutYule.com.