A nice farm, suitable for taking children to play. If you go more than 3 in the afternoon, there are basically fewer people. very good.
It’s like being in my own garden. Smith Family Farm is very close to Atlanta’s historical center, so I can’t help but turn around here. It’s about six or seven miles to visit the countryside and I came here and found that this place is indeed a farm. It looks like, we checked the strategy in advance. There will be a pumpkin party in October, as the locals call it. Pumpkin patch is held every Saturday and Sunday. It is a place for children to play. There is a large area dedicated to children. When playing, there are all kinds of food, burgers, caramelized apples, and all kinds of small animals. Children can go and feed them with food. The children are very excited. The cows, sheep, and rabbits seem to be raised by their own family. I was also very satisfied when I photographed the moment when the children communicated with the small animals. Sure enough, pumpkins lined up. On the ground, you can see many pumpkins just picked by the farm uncles. They are still different from the ones we planted ourselves. They are round. It's like a watermelon, but much larger than a watermelon. No wonder they can make such beautiful pumpkin decorations for Christmas. The farm is very large, and the fodder used for feeding the cows is also the animal stalks grown by ourselves, which is very natural. It is recommended for those with children at home, and it is strongly recommended to increase the knowledge of the dolls. There will be more activities in October.