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Get ready for Flat Top Mountain Farm’s Fall Festival season

Pumpkin patches, corn mazes, flower fields... need we say more?

NOOGAtoday | Flat Top Mtn Farm

Not to be corny, but there’s just something about a fall festival.

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Grab your favorite flannel, it’s almost time for Flat Top Mountain Farm’s (638 Bowman Cemetery Rd.) Fall Festival season in nearby Soddy-Daisy.

From Friday, Sept. 15 through Sunday, Oct. 29, the family-run farm will feature all of the seasonal classics we fall in love with each year — so leaf it to us to tell you all about it.

NOOGAtoday | Flat Top flower fields

See the autumn beauty at this farm nestled on the plateau of Flat Top Mountain.

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General info

Hours | Fridays, 10 a.m.-8 p.m. | Saturdays, 10 a.m.-10 p.m. | Sundays, 11 a.m.-6 p.m.

Note: While the farm is in the Central time zone, it operates on Eastern time.

Tickets | $12 per person (free for kids three + under) — each ticket gets you a small pumpkin.

NOOGAtoday | Flat Top pumpkins

Experience all of your favorite fall activities during the weekends.

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Experiences

Pumpkin patch and hayrides | Pick a homegrown pumpkin for carving and painting + take hayrides through the picturesque farmland.

Corn maze adventure | Get lost in two different corn mazes designed for all ages.

U-pick flowers | Enjoy an extended flower-picking season for $12 a bucket ($10 refills if you bring your bucket back).

Kids’ Corner | Tailored just for the kiddos, the farm will have face painting, flower picking, interactive storytelling (on select days) + pony rides.

Live entertainment | On select days, you can hear tunes from a local guitarist while enjoying the festivities — follow the farm on Facebook for updates.

Local-made market | Shop local goods like honey, soaps, and more artisanal items.

Harvest treats | Taste delicious bites of all the classics like caramel apples, warm apple cider, and freshly baked pies.

Note: Flat Top Mountain is a working farm, read up on some rules + tips before going.

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