Sunday, October 25, 2009

Amicalola Falls

This weekend my husband and I made a trip to Amicalola Falls. It is the right time, in GA, to head to the mountains to see the changing of the leaves in all those glorious Fall colors. Amicalola State Park is also know for its beautiful waterfall. If your willing to hike up a few hundred stairs you will get a look at one of the tallest, cascading waterfalls east of the Mississippi.

The park offers many fun activities for both adults and children such as boating, fishing, hiking and camping.

Right near the park is Burt's Farm ~ one of the largest Pumpkin Farms~ I have ever seen. The pumpkins range is size from 1 pound to 150 pounds! You can go on a hayride, sit apple cider and eat fresh pumpkin bread. It is quite an experience.

Check out Dawsonville, Georgia this Fall!

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