4 Fall Activities to do this Halloween weekend

Go apple picking at Red Apple Barn

Take advantage of the picture-esque North Georgia Mountains, while picking a variety of apples in Red Apple Barn’s U-pick orchards. After filling a bag of freshly picked apples, warm up with a hot cup of apple cider and an assortment of freshly made baked goods, including apple cider doughnuts, apple fritters, and apple pies.

Attend Fright Fest at Six Flags over Georgia

Dress up in your favorite costume and grab a friend to spend a night full of thrills, scares, and overpriced amusement park food. The annual Fright Fest combines the rush of roller coasters with the chilling terror of Halloween night.

Pick a pumpkin at Jaemor Farms

Nestled at the foot of the North Georgia Mountains, Jaemor Farms provides the ultimate fall experience. Jaemor includes fun for all age levels from hayrides, a pumpkin patch, and apple cannons to a farm market filled with homegrown produce, homemade ice cream, and seasonal baked goods.

Visit Oakland Cemetery

Historic Oakland Cemetery is Atlanta’s oldest cemetery, founded in 1850, and is located just outside the heart of Downtown. Offering special tours over this holiday weekend, including Haunted Hunt Scavenger Hunt and Capturing the Spirit of Oakland Halloween Tours, it is a perfect place to explore the rich history of Atlanta while also getting into the Halloween spirit.