As Halloween is right around the corner, a recent report named “The Spookiest Places in America” conducted by Vivint gave Georgia an overall score of 28.08, which placed it in the 9th place compared to other states in the nation.
According to the National Retail Federation, Americans are estimated to spend over $3 billion dollars on Halloween sweets this year.
Last year Georgians were ecstatic with the return of the annual Georgia Apple Festival and this year will be no different!
October and November are fall fair months, y’all! And no fall season is complete without some time taking rides, seeing animals, playing games, and of course eating the specialties of the wandering grounds.
As the first leaves begin to shift their colors, Georgia residents and tourists alike are getting ready to explore the state’s public parks and immerse themselves in autumn’s vibrant, fiery hues and Georgia’s picturesque landscape.