We all know that eating healthy, fresh food is vital to our health. People living in McDonough homes are really lucky because farm-fresh produce is a short drive away at Southern Belle Farm. Head to their Country Market to find a variety of seasonal produce, as well as honey and canned peaches. Get fresh baked goods, along with jams and jellies. You can also find cider and kettle corn. Commemorate your trip to the farm by buying a Southern Belle Farm hat or tin mug.
Each season has its own special activities and produce. McDonough real estate owners come and pick delicious strawberries in spring. They are sold by the gallon. Pick your own gallon for $13 or choose a pre-picked gallon for $16. There are fun activities, too, like pedal carts, giant jumping pillows, and a cow train. In the summer, you can get peaches, blackberries, and blueberries. Visitors can also meet the farm animals--goats, cows, chickens, and donkeys.
Fall is Fun on McDonough Real Estate at the Farm
When fall rolls around, the fun really begins. The season runs from about September 21st through early November. Pick pumpkins to carve and decorate McDonough homes. Outsmart the corn maze, take a ride on the hay wagon and shoot off one of the corn canons. Watch rubber duck races and pig races. Play in the corn box and try the giant tunnel slide. You can have a campfire party at the farm, too. Get kits for s’mores or hot dogs and reserve your spot.
The Christmas season starts up after Thanksgiving. Find a fresh Fraser fir Christmas tree and plan to get hot cider and fresh cookies. On the weekends, kids can meet Santa and take photos with him through the middle of December. Then he has to go back to the North Pole to put the finishing touches on the Christmas gifts.
Visit Southern Belle Farm to find out what’s going on now and plan a visit.