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Places to Visit in Georgia: Mitcham Farm

Mitcham Farm is one of the most family friendly places to visit in GeorgiaMitcham Farm in Oxford is one of the "sweetest" places to visit in Georgia. If you are into agri-tourism, it boasts of “Real Farm, Real Food and Real Fun”.  Sweet corn, tomatoes, onions and other vegetables are grown locally at this farm. Fresh strawberries are also available to enjoy from the market.

Typically from April-May strawberries are available for $12.00 a gallon if they pick and $10.00 a gallon if you pick. These prices include the basket. Spring and summer produce include squash, sweet corn, tomatoes, broccoli, peppers, peas, okra and local honey. In the fall the farm boasts of pumpkins, corn stalks and Indian corn.

In the fall, there is a Pumpkin Patch where the whole family can wander and pick pumpkins; also the Colonel Cob’s 7-acre Corn Maze is available. ‘The Farm Scene Investigation’ is a game that allows the corn maze participant to solve a mystery while finding the shortest route to the exit.

Mitcham Farm also has spring field trips available. The cost is $7 per person, including parents and siblings. During the trip to this farm in Georgia kids get to pick strawberries, a coloring book and information on growing strawberries. For reservations, call 770-855-1530.

This family owned farm is a great thing to do in Georgia for your family. There are so many activities for the whole family to enjoy, you'll soon consider this one of your favorite places to visit in Georgia!  Located just 30 miles east of downtown Atlanta, there’s a petting zoo, children’s play area, farm hay rides, bonfires, a pumpkin patch and a concession stand that’s open on Fridays and Saturdays.

If you are looking for a fun and interesting place to visit in Georgia, look no further than Mitcham Farm!

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