Places I'm Visiting This Fall

Fall is the most wonderful time of the year. Well, I guess September through December is the most wonderful time of the year in my eyes. It is when college football is in full swing, the holidays start ramping up and the weather is cool, so I can finally bundle up in cozy sweaters, leggings, and cute booties. I love pumpkin patches, holiday shopping, sipping on salted caramel mochas, and the magical feeling that comes with the start of the fall and continues into winter. This is the time of year when my soul just thrives.

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I've already started looking at different events and places to visit this fall. North Georgia is so beautiful, especially when the weather starts to cool down, so I'm not missing out on my chance to take full advantage of my favorite season! If you live in Georgia or are looking to take a little trip to this southern state, here are some places that I'm definitely visiting this fall!

The Old Fourth Ward Fall Fest features live local music, a DIY lantern making area, food trucks, and local artists! The festival’s prime location along the Atlanta BeltLine Eastside Trail makes it the ideal place to view the Lantern Parade, which is what I am most excited about! 

Yes, another fall festival! Are you surprised? The Fall Festival in Candler Park features live music, an artist market, specialty food trucks and beverage vendors, and a Tour of Homes. 

This is like THE Halloween parade to be at in Atlanta. Little Five Points is such a cool spot in Atlanta, so it makes the perfect location for a big Halloween parade!

Cheese. Wine. What else could you want? Your ticket gets you a souvenir tasting glass, complimentary wine and beer tastings (over 50 varieties), and cheeses and charcuteries to sample! I don't think it gets better than this. 

Ellijay is the place to go for apples in Georgia, so you'll definitely find me at this orchard this fall! Also, they've got a market with delicious things like apple butter and homemade pickles, so be prepared to spend all your money on food!

This place is beautiful and the wine is delicious! Wine tastings are super affordable and they've usually got live music on the weekends. If you need a bite to eat, they sell cheeses, meats, and crackers, but you can also bring your own lunch. I totally recommend doing that and eating it out on their patio. Talk about relaxing!

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What are some of your favorite spots to visit during fall and winter? What are some places I just need to visit? 


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