Fall Activites in Atlanta

Located in the foothills of the piedmonts, which climb to the Appalachian Mountains, Atlanta is an ideal place to be in the fall. Temperate weather conditions, colored leaves, and festivals galore offer lots of fun activities to enjoy in the fall.

One of our favorite fall activities is also one of the least expensive. That is to climb in the care and take a quick trip to the nearby mountains to enjoy the changing colors of the leaves. Fiery reds, contrasted with brilliant yellows and orange, against a canopy of varying degrees of greens and browns offer postcard perfect pictures. Find a picnic area or apple orchard, early in the fall, and bring home freshly grown apples to begin holiday baking. Children, young families, and elderly have joined us on fall trips to north Georgia where we have picked apples by the bushel, shopped at antique shops, and enjoyed stopping by a rustic general store or caf to sip hot cocoa or warm apple cider.

In Atlanta fall offers a variety of family fun for the entire family. Weekends in September and October welcome the annual Pumpkin Festival to Atlanta’s Stone Mountain Park. Enjoy family activities like pumpkin decorating, face painting, games, and more. Visit Stone Mountain a little earlier and you will enjoy the beautiful Yellow Daisy Festival at Stone Mountain. While you are there, enjoy all the amenities the park has to offer your family.

Heritage festivals are also popular in the fall in Atlanta. Gather for the luck of the Irish at the Fall Irish Festival in Roswell, scheduled around the weekend of the third weekend in September. The Duluth Fall Festival will also share a touch of the Irish, but also down-home southern hospitality, crafts, delicious festival foods,

One of the most anticipated and delectable fall festivals in Atlanta is the Harvest Midtown Festival. The Harvest Midtown Festival is geared toward adults, although children are admitted free. The Harvest Midtown Festival invites residents to enjoy tastes of over 250 fine wines. There is more to the Harvest Midtown Festival than fine wine. Enjoy artists showcases, a fashion show and live music. Additionally, there are a number of organic booths with information and educational advice for parents.

The Candler Park Fest is one of Atlanta’s music festivals at its best. The Candler park neighborhood welcomes fall in Atlanta with hundreds of vendors, great local musicians, kid’s activities, a road race, and Atlanta tour of homes. Candler Park puts on one of the best festivals for families and people with diverse, even eclectic interests.

Hike civil war trails, enjoy a cool day in Piedmont part, or celebrate one of the many cultural festivals. Enjoy the temperate weather, celebrate southern heritage, ethnic heritage, diverse cultures and cuisines, while kids make crafts and enjoy parades.

Enjoy the diversity of fall activities in Atlanta. There is truly something for everyone in one of the United States most international and culturally diverse cities. Kids and adults alike will enjoy the entertainment and activities throughout the fall in Atlanta.

Sources:

“Atlanta’s Fall Festival, “www.Atlantakids.net.

“Candler Park Fall Fest,” www.candlerparkfallfestl.com”Harvest Midtown Festival,” www.harvestmidtown.com