A Day at the Pumpkin Patch – Southern Belle Farm, McDonough, Georgia

Southern Belle Farm

Ben’s third birthday party was held at the Southern Belle Farm in McDonough, Georgia – a working farm that is open to the public.  The perfect place for a child’s birthday there are fire pits for hot dogs and s’mores; a hayride, a cow train, pumpkin patch, corn house, trampolines, flower picking patch, pig races, story telling, a giant slide, a cornfield maze, a chicken puppet show, home made lemonade and kettle corn and much more.

Making s'mores

Making s’mores

The pumpkin patch

The pumpkin patch










The Maize Maze - don't go if you remember the movie, "Children of the Corn"!

The Maize Maze – don’t go if you remember the movie, “Children of the Corn”!


It was a perfect day in the low 70’s and not a cloud in the sky.  What a pleasure to see children with their parents and grandparents outdoors without cell phones and computer games … just old-fashioned fun in a healthy environment. Wear comfortable sneakers or boots for walking through fields and make sure to bring your rescue inhaler with you if you have allergies because there’s plenty of hay, pollen, and fresh manure.

The Cow Train

The Cow Train


Live animals – horses, goats, chickens, mules, cows, pigs!










A long but fun day!

And at the end of the day you get to choose a pumpkin to take home!





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  1. Hey there! We are in McDonough, Ga visiting and I came across your blog post for The Southern Belle Farm while goog-ling pumpkin farms in McDonough. Hoping to visit the farm before we go back home to NC. Really enjoyed your blog post about the farm. Happy Fall! =)


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