A Visit to Burt’s Farm

A couple of weeks ago my grandkids were out of school so my daughter and I decided to take them on a visit to Burt’s Farm for pumpkins. Burt’s Farm is in the North Georgia Mountains near Dawsonville.

Burt's Farm

We started the day with a stop at the North Georgia Premium Outlet Mall for me to visit the Pottery Barn Outlet and my daughter and granddaughter to seek out princess costumes at the Disney Store.  Then on to lunch at a local favorite and the farm.

Burt’s always has so many pumpkins and

a great variety to choose from.

I love the name of these pumpkins.  Makes you wonder how they got their name.

These pumpkins are huge.

In addition to the abundance of pumpkins, Burt’s has Indian corn, squash, and gourds.  I especially like the turban squash in the foreground of this photo.

Don’t you love the colors of these gourds?

The Baby Boos are beautiful!  I wish more of them had come home with me.

Amicalola Falls Creek runs through Burt’s Farm.

It has a covered bridge to cross the creek to a picnic area.  Two of my grands check out the bridge.

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  1. Such a wide variety of pumpkins and gourds in all shapes and sizes and colors!

  2. Looks like a fun outing, Sharon! This is the first year ever that a couple of my large pumpkins rotted…..from the extended summer we’ve had into October. I suppose when winter arrives we’ll all say how fall was just a blink of the eye……

  3. I miss going to pumpkin patches with the kids! They’re some of my fondest memories! I love those gourds too, never knew what they were called:) thanks for the great photos! Xo kathleen|OurHopefulHome

  4. Sharon your pictures are just gorgeous! Thanks for taking us along & for sharing at Vintage Charm! Pinned and shared on FB 😉

  5. What a great load of pumpkins.

  6. I like the variety of the various colors o f the pumpkins.

  7. Sharon

    Beautiful pictures! Great visit to.


  8. acraftymix says:

    Oh my word are there really so many different types of pumpkins and gourds. Seems we’re missing out here in South Africa. Do they all taste the same too?

  9. Jann Olson says:

    What a fun day with your grands Sharon! I love visiting farms and that stream running through is wonderful. Thanks for sharing with SYC.

  10. Sharon, I had no idea that you were in this area! I’m about 30 or 40 minutes from DAwsonville and visit their Good Will often. Glad to know you are nearby!!


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