Our long list of Fall Georgia Fairs & Festivals includes events on and off the beaten path. You will find popular events like the Ga. State Fair in Perry and smaller one day Festivals in many of Georgia’s quaint small towns.
UPDATE: Due to the Covid 19 Pandemic, most, but not all, events have been cancelled. Please check with each event for any updated information.
The lists of Georgia Fairs and Festivals are divided into three sections; September, October and November.
We update this list every year in August by visiting each site. 2020 is different, as you know. So our updated list does no delete those Fairs and Festivals which were cancelled due to the Covid 19 Pandamic. We left those in so we can check back in 2021 in hopes we will all be getting closer to normal by then.
September Fairs and Festivals in Georgia
October Fairs and Festivals in Georgia
November Fairs and Festivals in Georgia
More Things To Do In Georgia
Be sure to check out our Spring Fairs and Festival in Georgia list which is also updated every year.
Our brand new in 2020 sister site, Explore The South has a growing list of places to visit around the deep south like this list of 5 Eclectic Drive-In Movie Theatres To Visit In Georgia. You can actually spend the night in a vintage travel trailer at one of them!
Get outdoors and enjoy a more than pleasant stroll through Massee Lane Garden in Fort Valley with our Tips to make it even better. You will find a multitude of blooming shrubs, trees and flowers along the brick pathways along with historic mill stones and more history.
Go Geochaching at Georgia State Parks. It’s quite the interesting hobby and a great way to get outdoors and get in some walking.
The Rock Ranch is always a great place for families especially with the kids. They are cornered the market on outdoor activities for everyone to enjoy. We shared pictures of our day at The Rock Ranch along with all we could possibly see in one day. They are open in 2020 with precautions in place.
Will you be traveling through middle Georgia around Macon? See our list of 10 Places Where The Locals Eat in Macon. We have been to all of them and more.
Another nice outdoor place to visit is the Andersonville National Historic Cemetery which was a Civil War Prison Encampment close to south Georgia. We took our friends from Canada there and they loved the history.