Situated on 700 acres in the rolling foothills of northwest Georgia in Haralson County, Georgia is Steadman Farms. A visit to Steadman Farms is a step back in time, to the age of mule power and close community spirit.
Steadman Farms will be open during the fall harvest season for visitors to experience what it was like back in the early 1800's in West Georgia. We will have a corn maze, pumpkin patch, hay rides, and a petting zoo with baby calves, goats, rabbits, chickens, and cats. There will also be bonfires with marshmallow roasts to warm the chilly nights.
Other activities include the opportunity to see a small 100 year old village with blacksmith shop, grist mill, chicken coop and a mule barn. On the property is an old hotel site and the remnants of the old vineyards. This was a historic site from the early 1800's thru prohibition. You should make plans now for your family to visit Steadman Farms this fall.
Opening September 26, 2013
Open to school & church groups Mon/Tues/Wed
General public Thurs/Fri evenings 5-10pm
Sunday 1pm - 10pm
3 and up $10. 2 and under free.
Special activities planned include an antique tractor display and a display of mules.
Whether you want to roam the historic farm site or navigate the corn maze at night with flashlights, Steadman Farms is the destination for you. We are just a short drive north of Tallapoosa, making it the ideal day trip from Atlanta, Birmingham or Chattanooga.
Watch this site for more details about times, prices and activities as the Fall season gets closer. Put Steadman Farms on your must see list this year.