6 Agritourism Destinations to Visit This Fall

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Looking for a fun farm destination near you, like Old McDonald’s Farm in Sale Creek? Dozens of farms across Tennessee open to the public in the fall so even city dwellers can spend a day immersed in the wonders of agriculture. Here’s a sampling:

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Laurel’s Pumpkin Barn

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Laurel’s Pumpkin Barn in Johnson City opened as an agritourism destination in 2014. In addition to the 60-plus varieties of pumpkins, squash, gourds and Indian corn grown on site, the family farm offers a pick-your-own pumpkin patch, a “Pumpkin Patch Store” in a 100-year-old cabin, and a “Pumpkin Lodge” with a pumpkin-shaped stone fireplace. Learn more about the farm at laurelspumpkinbarn.com.

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