If you are visiting one of our Cabins in Helen, Georgia during this Halloween season, you should make it a fun and scary event. Here are some of the Spooky happenings for you to enjoy this Halloween holiday.
Ghost Tours at the 1837 Stovall House-
Sautee Nacoochee, GA
Oct 12, 2017 – Oct 26, 2017
Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays in October
8:00pm – 8:30pm
1837 Stovall House
1526 Highway 255 North
Sautee Nacoochee, GA 30571
Halloween Safe Night-
Oct 31, 2017 – Oct 31, 2017
6:00pm – 8:00pm
Helen Police Department at Helen City Hall
25 Alpenrosen Strasse
Helen, GA 30545
2017 Halloween Safe Night
Contact Heidi 706-878-2722
Trick or Treat in a safe and fun environment. Halloween Safe Night will be October 31, 2017 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Helen City Hall. There will be candy, games, prizes, and much more.
Location Helen City Hall, 25 Alpenrosen Strasse
Oct 6, 2017 – Oct 27, 2017
Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays in October
11:00am – 4:00pm
Fridays 11AM-4PM, Saturdays & Sundays 10AM-5PM
North Georgia Zoo
2912 Paradise Valley Rd.
Cleveland, GA 30528
Join us for the month of October for all kinds of fun filled activities. This is a great time to bring your group out and experience a variety of activities from: hayrides, wool jump, scavenger hunt, hay maze and more. We recommend you reserve a group tour time so we can best accommodate your group and give you the best experience. Groups will enjoy guided wildlife walks, feeding and petting over 100 rare and unique farm animals, farm demonstrations, hay maze, pumpkin patch and more. Activities are customized to the age of the participants and size of group.
There will also be a multitude of Haunted Houses, Corn Mazes and Trails open for Halloween-
I. Scarecrow Trail
Scarecrow Trail is an annual tradition around these parts, hosted at the scenic North Georgia Zoo in nearby Cleveland. For Halloween, the zoo is transformed with decorations and moody lighting, with rows of scarecrows set up throughout their wooded paths. From the scary to the funny, these scarecrows are created and donated by residents nearby, making it a great showcase for local talent.
Beyond the scarecrows, there are pumpkin patches and hay bale mazes to explore, as well as a full petting zoo for the kids. Whether you come in the day or night, the North Georgia Zoo is one of the area’s top Halloween attractions.
II. North Georgia Corn Maze
While you’re over in Cleveland, get lost! Literally! The North Georgia Corn Maze is absolutely huge, taking up a full seven acres with twisty paths and blind alleys. Of course, you could always let the kids loose in the maze and enjoy one of their hay rides – you’ve got plenty of time before they find their way out.
The Corn Maze also features nightly movie showings – and you might have time to catch one while you wait – as well as a great hay bale obstacle course for visitors to test their skills.
III. The House Of Burm
There are secrets buried in the mountains alongside the North Georgia Corn Maze, and you can only reach them through The House of Burm. This extensive haunted house takes you through the spooky remains of the evil Dr. Burm’s lair: Starting in his decayed home, descending a rickety elevator, and braving the Dungeons of Doom carved into the base of the Appalachias.
But having fallen into the depths of a madman’s underground lair… can you find your way out?
The House of Burm is not recommended for those afraid of the dark or flashing lights, people with heart conditions, or elves.
IV. Goofy Rooster Corn Mazenorth ga cabins rentals
If you can’t get enough of mazes – and we don’t blame you – the nearby Goofy Rooster is another great stop. Their corn maze goes all out on Halloween, filled with scarecrows and spectres and other surprises. And afterwards… S’mores! The Goofy Rooster features a fire pit, with nightly cookouts and marshmallow roasts!
V. Visit The Cabbage Patch Instead!
If any of this sounds too scary for the little ones, take them to Babyland General Hospital. This world-famous attraction is home to the Cabbage Patch Kids, but they love to celebrate Halloween too, in their own inimitable style. See the staff AND the “kids” dressed up in costumes, as you wander around a combined cabbage and pumpkin patch.
With free year-round admission, Babyland is a must-see for any family visiting the Helen area… but there’s nothing quite like Babyland at Halloween, for the cutest little scare-fest ever!
There are many more events for this spooky holiday. Be sure to visit Helen Georgia’s Event Calendar to find events that may interest you. We hope you enjoy yourself while staying in one of our vacation rentals in Georgia.