Burt’s Pumpkin Patch

Nothing says fall more to me than watching the leaves change color, hayrides and pumpkin patches….so imagine our delight when we stumbled across Burt’s Pumpkin Patch on our way to Amicalola Falls.

At Burt’s farm they have pumpkins that range from an eye-popping 150 lbs. to a modest 1  lb. They grow thousands of pumpkins (in fact they told us that they sell over 10,000 a year), so the selection is vast and the quantity is never-ending. One of the most fascinating features of Burt’s farm is the impressive selection of every type of pumpkin, winter squash, gourds and fall decoration.  Indian corn, cornstalks and hay bales are also in never-ending supply at the farm. They also offer a hayride that is pulled by a John Deere tractor, it takes you through a winding trail filled with crops, nature and beauty.

This was by far the most beautiful pumpkin patch we have been too.  I was just as excited as the boys.  So many to choose from!!!

The first thing that we decided to do was go on a hayride.  It passed by several different crops, went through a covered bridge, and slowed in front of a spooky grave yard.  Davy loved the grave yard!

After the hayride we let the boys run free.  Which ones will they choose?  And the prices were so cheap!!!

We finally convinced Andy that we weren’t leaving without a really big one and a few small ones, so he caved and went for the wheelbarrow.  Love Love Love the Pumpkin Patch!

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One response to “Burt’s Pumpkin Patch

  1. Those pumpkins are huge. I want to see that one sitting on your front porch. I also want to see after you CARVE IT!!!

    xo – B

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