FALL FAMILY FUN
Still Family Farm opens our gates in the fall and showcases a portion of the family's 128 acres just west of Atlanta in Cobb County. Bring your family, friends and neighbors to create some memories! We have so much to share, and we'd love to have you visit us to learn about our farm while having fun and maybe gettin' a little dirty. Click here for location.
Cost: $15 per person, children 4 and under free, $2 military discount with ID. Price includes all activities all day long! Concessions, pumpkins, fall decor, honey and face painting are additional.
Hours: Open Saturdays and Sundays only from 10:00 a.m. until dusk. (We are not open once the sun sets.) Last ticket taken approximately 45 minutes prior to sunset.
Dates: Mid-September through the end of October. Exact dates for 2020 will be posted soon.
Fun at the Farm
What's there to do at Still Family Farm?
Maze NEW! This year we're changing things up and instead of corn, we'll have a beautiful five acre zinnia maze! You'll want to bring your camera and capture the brilliant smiles against a backdrop of gorgeous color as you wind your way through oranges, pinks, yellows and greens. Look for the butterflies and give the honey bees some room to work. It is perfect for all ages!
Pumpkin Patch We've got giants, minis, warty gourds, jack-o-lanterns and more pumpkins in all shapes, sizes and colors. We also have mums, corn stalks and hay bales for all your fall decor.
Roly Poly Get inside one of these tubes and push yourself around like a human-sized hamster wheel!
Kiddie Climb Climb a massive pile of hay bales and slide down a double barreled slide, screaming all the way.
Pump Duck Races Just how fast can you pump? Race your friends and see whose rubber ducky can make the turn the fastest!
Hay Ride After all that fun, relax on a 24-minute narrated hay ride while learning about the history of the land and some of the cool things that make our farm unique.
Heirloom Tractor Display Check out some of the Farm's oldest equipment still in use today. We have a rare 1954 John Deere and the first one ever bought to plow this land - a 1947 Ford 8N tractor.
Johnny Popper Buckle up in one of the small wagons in our little train and pop around for some fun!
We also have our concessions stand open for snacks and drinks, and our own 7th generation family member Greg Still sells honey from bees raised right here on the Farm. There's hours of fun to be had, and we look forward to seeing you this fall!