AGRITOURISM is a unique experience that combines traditional agriculture with tourism. Agritourism includes visits to working farms, orchards, wineries, and other agricultural operations — and these destinations offer a huge variety of outdoor adventures as well as educational, entertainment, relaxation, hospitality and shopping experiences. Everyone enjoys having a LOT of fun, making agritourism one of the fastest growing segments of the travel industry, all while supporting and sustaining Georgia’s farm lands. In Georgia, agriculture and tourism are our state’s top two economic generators.
Haralson County offers a variety of places to visit:
Wake Robin Alpacas, LLC The farm is nestled in the foothills of the Great Smokey Mountains about fifty miles west of Atlanta, GA, off I-20 in Bremen. They welcome you to schedule a visit to our farm to meet their lovely alpaca family. Come see the difference that good breeding makes!
As pharmacists, they decided to name their farm and crias for medicinal herbs and flowers. Wake Robin is the common name for the trillium, a wildflower that grows in this area. It blooms in the spring; therefore, it “wakes the robins”. The wake robin plant has three petals, three leaves, and three sepals. Thus, it is symbolic of the Trinity. Medicinally, Wake Robin is used to stop hemorrhaging during birth and is also called Birth Root. Wake Robin is a very appropriate name for an alpaca maternity ward.
Bruce & Karen Cross Trillium Vineyards is being added to the business. A winery will be available soon.
1968 Old Bush Mill Road
Bremen (Haralson County), GA 30110
Steadman Farms/Charles Williams steadmanfarms Home 770-574-2611 Cell 770-546-0412
A visit to Steadman Farms is a step back in time, to the age of mule power and close community spirit.
Steadman Farms will be open during the fall harvest season for visitors to experience what it was like back in the early 1800’s in West Georgia. We will have a corn maze, pumpkin patch, hay rides, and a petting zoo with baby calves, goats, rabbits, chickens, and cats. There will also be bonfires with marshmallow roasts to warm the chilly nights.
Other activities include the opportunity to see a small 100 year old village with blacksmith shop, grist mill, chicken coop and a mule barn. Near our farm is an old hotel site and a very old Hungarian cemetery. The remnants of the old Hungarian vineyards are actually on the farm. This was a historic site from the early 1800’s thru prohibition. You should make plans now for your family to visit Steadman Farms this fall.
We are located on 3283 Steadman Road just past Backwoods Steakhouse off U.S. Hwy 100 N of Tallapoosa, Ga.
Opening day September 26, 2013!
Open Weekdays 4-10pm
Sunday 1 pm – 10 pm
3 and up $10 — 2 and under free.
Haralson County Wildlife Association
HC Wildlife Assoc. Annual Trout Rodeo/Smith Farms
8a.m. till 4p.m. at Smith Farm on Corinth-Poseyville Rd. The Annual Haralson County Trout Fishing Rodeo. For children 15 & under, senior citizens and handicapped individuals. Includes fishing, prizes, food and fun. Hosted by the Haralson County Wildlife Association. For more information and directions contact Danny Crook 770.510.8677. 2587 Corinth-Poseyville Rd, Bremen
Willoughby Farms willoughbysberries.com
Allen, Donna & Wade Willoughby
2342 Corinth- Poseyville Road, Bremen, GA 30110 ( Haralson County)
Bremen, GA Willoughby Farms
Willoughby Farms is located in Bremen, Georgia and offers /Gallon “You Pick Em” Blueberries.
Our picking season every year is usually from June through August. It can vary from year to year
depending on our weather. Please always call before arriving to make sure our berries are available for
picking. We appreciate your business. The Willougyby’s (Donna, Allen, Wade)