The Rock Ranch
5020 Barnesville Highway
The Rock, GA 30285
Centrally located between Atlanta, McDonough, Macon, Columbus, and Lagrange, The Rock Ranch is the best farm in Georgia for fall family fun! Have fun and make special memories on the farm! Enjoy all of The Rock Ranch rides and attractions including zip lines, pony rides, pedal karts, carousel, locomotive train, hay rides, petting zoo, corn maze, pumpkins, Tiny Town (our extremely popular village of themed playhouses), and so much more! The Rock Ranch is no regular farm visit. Your family will spend more than just a couple of hours here. A day at The Rock Ranch is a full day outdoor adventure! Plus, enjoy good southern food and shopping in our Georgia Grown Farm Market!
Times: Saturdays, 10:00 am – 8:00 pm (closed on Sundays)
Tickets: $15.00 per person (plus tax) over the age of two
Schedule of Fall Festival Events
September 26: Hats Off to Heroes
Featuring first responder vehicles like firetrucks, police cars, and helicopters. Plus, local heroes!
October 3: Lumberjack Day
Featuring collegiate timbersports demonstrations
October 10: Georgia’s Official Day of The Cowboy
Featuring cowboy stunt performers, quick-draw demonstrations, roping, and more!
October 17: Hot Air Balloon Rally
Competition flights, and a BEAUTIFUL Ferrell Gas “balloon glow” will begin after dark (wind and weather permitting)
October 24: Great Outdoor Adventure
Meet members of the animal kingdom up close and personal, enjoy canoe racing, archery and reptile shows!
October 31: “Not So Spooky” Halloween Festival
November 7: National Pumpkin Destruction Day
Don’t just toss your pumpkins after Halloween. Bring them back to The Rock Ranch for National Pumpkin Destruction Day ! Bash it – smash it – chunk it – drop it off a 50 ft. fork lift! We’ve even got monster trucks, airplanes and cannons to help demolish pumpkins! Don’t miss this signature pumpkin event at The Rock Ranch! Click here for more details on National Pumpkin Destruction Day!
Check our private campfire sites for fall event days (private campfire parties can bring their own food inside the gate)