Fall is finally here and we are so excited to celebrate. From pumpkin spice lattes to tailgating for the big game, there are so many fall activities. Are you looking for ideas of what you and your family can do this autumn in McDonough Georgia? Here are some of our favorites.
Southern Belle Farm
Spend the day out on the farm. Southern Belle Farm has something to offer everyone in the family. Get lost in a corn maze with the kids. Pick out the perfect pumpkin for carving. Ride the slide or hop on the jumping pillow. Head to the barn for a petting zoo or cheer on your pick in the pig races. Shoot the corn cannon or take a ride on the cow train. No matter what you’re looking for or who you are entertaining, Southern Belle Farms offers fun for the whole family.
Atlanta Motorama presented by Summit Racing Equipment
The largest car show in the Southeast is back but with a new date! Motorama has switched the festival from the spring to the fall. Coming this October, Motorama will feature all things cars and vehicles at Atlanta Motor Speedway. According to the site, “Spectator tickets for the 2021 Summit Racing Equipment Atlanta Motorama presented by American Force Wheels on October 16-17 are priced at $15 per day or $20 for a two-day weekend pass; kids ages 6-12 are $5 and kids 5 and under get in free! Admission includes access to all areas of the show including the Million Dollar Salon, Summit Racing Equipment Vendor Midway, show car garage, and much more.”
Try the Fall Flavored Drinks & Baked Goods at Queen Bee Coffee Company
Fall is finally here which means it is acceptable to have pumpkin everything again! Queen Bee Coffee Co has been a Downtown McDonough staple for years. However in pumpkin season, there is a whole new sense of magic. Spoil yourself with a Pumpkin Spice Latte and Pumpkin Bread. If pumpkin flavors aren’t your thing, try the Caramel Apple Butter Latte!
Celebrate Spooky Season with a Haunted House
Are you looking for a night of haunts? McDonough is in a prime location to the state’s best haunted houses. Stay close to home with Fear the Woods. Georgia’s most popular haunted house is not too far away as well, try Netherworld. Need more thrills than these have to offer? Head on I20 to Six Flags Fright Fest.
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