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Southern Belle Farm opens for the fall season


  Southern Belle Farm has opened the gates to the public for the seventh fall season. There is a 7-acre Cornfield Maze, Pumpkin Patch, Pedal Kart track, Kiddie Korral, Hayride, Cow Train, Farm Animals, Corn Cannon, Miniature Swimming Pig Races and a Jumping Pillow and more.

  The farm’s fall season lasts through November 4, open to the public Saturdays 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. and Sundays 1 to 6 p.m. 

  Events will be held onsite at Southern Belle Farm, located at 1658 Turner Church Road, McDonough, GA 30252. These special events at the farm provide additional entertainment and activities and are scheduled as follows:

  October 6 – Save the Udders Breast Cancer Awareness Day. Farm goers are encouraged to wear pink for a special discount, and breast cancer survivors will be honored with free admission on this day. A special program on breast cancer awareness begins at 11 a.m. and will be followed by a pink parade and a pink balloon release.

  October 13 – Hometown HERO Day. Hometown HERO Day at Southern Belle Farm is honoring our local public servants. Active and retired military, law enforcement, fire/ EMTs will be admitted free to the farm on this day if in uniform or with valid ID. Military family members with military ID will receive the military discounted price of $10 for admission. Service members only are admitted free. There will be activities from 12 to 4 p.m., including a fire safety house, life flight helicopter, and local hometown heros available for kids to get to meet them and see their safety equipment and vehicles.

  October 20 – Farm Heritage Day. ‘A simpler way of life will be displayed by the numerous exhibitors and demonstrators. Special exhibits will be available from 12 to 6 p.m. Exhibits include: blacksmithing, dairy cow milking, quilting, sewing, herb harvesting, honey making, unique handmade jewelry, clothing etc. Craft vendors will have unique, handcrafted products available for purchase, such as Red Mule Grits (whose corn meal, grits etc. are ground by a mule), and Hidden Springs pure honey collected from local hives, hand-made soaps and salves etc. Demonstrations will be held from 12 to 4 p.m.

  For more information, please call 770-288-2582 or visit



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