ABOUT "Washington Farms "
Swimming Pig Races!!! Come JUMP INTO FUN at Washington Farms and watch our SWIMMING PIGS race around the track!!! Check out our website at www.washingtonfarms.net for more information and hours of operation!! We'll see you at the farm!! Let the Fun Begin! During our fall season, you can hop aboard the Cow Train Express while Dad nibbles on an addictive bag of freshly popped kettle corn! Get some air on the jumping pillow! Try you aiming skills at the corn cannon! You’re gunna have fun making memories here in Watkinsville…where real fun grows on a real farm! Get Lost In The Watkinsville CORN MAZE! Starting September 28th, grab your family and friends! Leave the house, television, and video games behind, and GET LOST in our 8.5 acre corn maze! While you’re making your way through the maze, you can try to solve clues that help you find your way out! We also have staff throughout the maze to help you out if you are directionally challenged??? You can try to figure out the brainteaser cornundrums scattered along the way too! Or just enjoy the company of your friends as you stroll leisurely through the corn! Our corn maze is designed each year with a different theme! This year we are highlighting the new addition to our pig races: Swimming Pigs! There are approximately 1.5 – 2 miles of paths through the corn maze! We have clues throughout the maze to help you find your way. If you correctly answer the clues, it will send you in the right direction. If you don’t get it right, you will be heading in the wrong direction and will most likely pass by the same clue again! We also have ‘Corn’undrums through the maze which are brainteasers where you can try to guess the picture! They are a lot of fun, and if someone is having an especially hard time solving one, it is always fun to see them finally get it and say, “Ohhh! I get it now!” Flashlight Nights! The corn maze is open on Friday and Saturday nights! Bring your own flashlights or rent one of ours! Warm up by the campfires and roast some marshmallows! Make some s’mores! Cruise through the vortex tunnel or jump on the jumping pillow! We also have glow sticks, glow necklaces, and glow bracelets for sale! Nothing scary or haunted…just good clean fun! Tips For Your Trip Through The Maze The maze can be hot during the day. Be sure to bring or buy some water! The corn maze has a new design each year! We are a family run farm, and we have many families with young children that come out to the farm. We ask that you show consideration for others while on the farm and respect our no alcohol, smoking, or bad language policies. If you have been drinking, you will not be permitted in the maze or on the farm. No refunds are given.
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Concession Stand! No need to stop for food on the way! We have a full concession stand that offers bottled drinks, chicken tenders, hamburgers, hotdogs, French fries, s’mores, hot chocolate, ice cream, slushies, and much more! All bottled soft drinks and water are $1.50. Most combos are around $6.00. (ex: Hamburger, fries, and drink; hotdog, fries, and drink; chicken tenders, fries and drink) A single order of a hamburger, hotdog, chicken tenders, BBQ, etc. is around $3.00. Nachos and French fries are around $2.00. Chili and cheese cost extra. Kettle corn, ice cream, slushies, and other treats range in price from $2 to $5 Your Pumpkin Awaits At Washington Farms, we provide a unique opportunity to stroll through our pumpkin patch and choose your very own pumpkin! We have wheelbarrows available for pumpkins that are too big to carry or if you would like to purchase a lot! You’ll find pumpkins of all sizes! For many families and individuals, a trip to our pumpkin farm becomes a yearly tradition! The Pumpkin Patch is only open for pumpkin picking during our Daytime Farm Activities and Corn Maze hours. About our Pumpkins There is no charge to visit the pumpkin patch. You simply pay for any pumpkins you pick. Carving Pumpkins ($0.45 / pound) : Most of the pumpkins we grow are carving pumpkins, and they range in size. They are generally the size of a basketball, and are perfect for decorations, carving, and much more. They are individually weighed and priced accordingly. You can go out in the field and choose your very own! Pie Pumpkins (From $1.50 – $2.50): We also grow pie pumpkins which are about the size of a softball. They are used for baking and decorating. Mini Pumpkins and Gourds ($0.50 / each): Our mini pumpkins, which are actually gourds, are perfect for decorating, crafts, and more! Prize Winners (individually priced): Our large prizewinners are so big that grown men can’t even pick them up! They are grown out in the field with the rest of the pumpkins, and range in price from $20 to $80. In addition pumpkins, we offer an assortment of delicious jams and butters. Some of the fall favorites are Apple Butter, Pumpkin Butter, Strawberry, and Blackberry jams. We have items to help you decorate your front porch or yard for fall or Thanksgiving. We offer hay bales, corn stalks, Indian corn, mini pumpkins, and gourds. - Washington Farms has two locations, one in Loganville on Hwy 20 and one in Watkinsville on Hwy 53. Watkinsville Farm: Our Watkinsville farm is open during the spring for strawberry season as well as during the fall for pumpkin season, and during the summer for blueberry and blackberry season. All of our farm activities are at this location. Loganville Farm: Our Loganville farm is open during the spring for strawberry season. Please remember that all of our fall activities are at our Watkinsville location only. Note: To use Google Maps or other sites for directions to our WATKINSVILLE farm, you must use: 5691 Hog Mountain Rd., Bogart, GA 30622, NOT Watkinsville. Directions From Athens: Take 441 South for about 2 miles. Take a right on Hog Mountain Road. (A RaceTrack gas station is on the right and the Stone Store is on the left.) Go straight for 9 miles and the farm is on the left. From the North: (Jefferson, Commerce, Royston, Hartwell) Take the Athens By-Pass (also called The Loop or Hwy 10) to the Atlanta/Monroe Hwy 316/78/29 Exit. Turn west toward Atlanta, away from Home Depot, onto Hwy 316. Go 3 miles. Take the Hwy 78 / Monroe exit. Turn left. Go about 4 miles. Turn left onto Hwy 53. Go 2 miles and the farm is on the right. From the South: (Madison, Millegeville) Take Hwy 441 north. Take the Watkinsville / Hwy 53 Exit. Turn left. At the 2nd light (a Rite Aid drugstore is on your left) take a left, continue on Hwy. 53 for seven miles. Farm is on the left. From the South: (Greensboro) Take Hwy. 15 to Watkinsville. Turn left at the light by the Oconee State Bank onto Hwy. 53. At the 2nd light (a Rite Aid drugstore is on your left) take a left, continue on Hwy. 53 for seven miles. Farm is on the left. From the East: (Winterville, Elberton, Washington) Take the Athens By-Pass (also called The Loop or Hwy. 10) to the Atlanta/Monroe Hwy 316/78/29 Exit. Turn west toward Atlanta, away from Home Depot, onto Hwy 316. Go 3 miles. Take the Hwy 78 / Monroe exit. Turn left. Go about 4 miles. Turn left onto Hwy 53. Go 2 miles and the farm is on the right. From the West: (Stone Mountain, Snellville, Monroe) Take Hwy. 78 to Hwy. 53. Turn right. Go 2 miles and you’re there. From Gwinnett County: (Norcross, Duluth) Take I-85 North, pass the Pleasant Hill Rd. exit and then fork to the right onto the Lawrenceville/Athens, Hwy 316 Exit. Go approximately 20 miles to Hwy. 53. Take a right. Go 6 miles. Go straight at the light at Hwy 78 (stay on Hwy.53) and go 2 miles and the farm is on the right. From the Athens Loop: Take the 441 South exit and go approximately 5-6 miles. Take a right onto Hog Mountain Rd. (The Stone Store will be on your left and a Racetrac will be on your right) and go 10 miles. The farm will be on the left. To use Google Maps or other sites for directions to our LOGANVILLE farm, you must use: 270 Willow Wind Drive, Loganville, GA 30052. Directions From the North: (Roswell, Marietta, Norcross, Duluth, Suwanee, Alpharetta, etc.) Take I-85 North to Hwy. 316 (which branches off of I-85 just north of Pleasant Hill Rd.). Stay on 316 for approximately 3 miles. Exit off of Hwy.316 at Sugarloaf Parkway. Turn right onto Sugarloaf and go about 5 miles until it dead ends at Hwy. 20 (Grayson Hwy.). Turn right onto Hwy. 20 and go about 6 miles and the farm is on the left. Turn left onto Willowwind Drive to enter the parking lot. From the South: (Conyers, Covington, etc.) Take Ga. Hwy. 20 north towards Hwy. 78. Cross Hwy. 78 and follow the signs to stay on Hwy. 20 until you come to the traffic light where Loganville Elementary School is on your left. Turn left to stay on Hwy. 20 go about a mile and the farm is on the right. Turn right onto Willowwind Drive to enter the parking lot. From the East: (Monroe, etc.) Take Hwy. 78 west towards Loganville. Take a right onto Hwy. 81 (just past the Dairy Queen and Burger King on the right). Go straight 2 miles and the farm is on the right. (Hwy 81 becomes Hwy. 20 if you go straight.) From the East: (Winder, Bethlehem, etc.) Take Hwy. 316 to Hwy. 81 and go south towards Loganville. When Hwy. 81 runs into Hwy. 20, take a right at the traffic light onto Hwy. 20 (Loganville Elementary School will be in front of you) Go 1 mile and the farm is on the right. Turn right onto Willowwind Drive to enter the parking lot. From the West: (Stone Mountain, Lilburn, Decatur, Tucker) Take Hwy. 78 east. Go through Snellville. As you approach Loganville you will come to the intersection of Hwy. 78 and Hwy. 20. Take a left onto Hwy. 20 at the traffic light. Stay on Hwy. 20 until you come to the traffic light where Loganville Elementary School is on your left. Turn left to stay on Hwy. 20. Go about 1 mile and the farm is on the right. Turn right onto Willowwind Drive to enter the parking lot.
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5691 Hog Mountain Road, Bogart, Georgia, 30622