Freeman Springs Farm

The Freeman Springs Farm dates back to 1836 when it was established by Benjamin F. Freeman, moving his family to the Rocky Face area of Georgia from North Carolina.  Today visitors to the farm can purchase homemade jams, jellies, relishes and other farm grown products.  During the fall the farm hosts a corn maze and hay rides.

The farm staff also does custom photography.  Capture your kids on camera experiencing farm fun!

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Latitude: 34.7596309 Longitude: -85.0858498 Elevation: 859 ft
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Anthony Luke

Activities at this Site

  • Hay Rides
  • Corn Maze
  • Pet Farm Animals
  • Fall Craft Fair
  • Pick Pumpkins
  •  Farm Store and Market
  • School Field Trips Welcome!

Hours Open

Monday-Saturday 9am - 6pm; Sundays 1pm - 5pm

Seasons Open

June 1 through December 15

ADA Accessibility Notes

Limited Accessibility

How to Get There

Directions - I-75 Exit 336, take US Hwy 41 North for 3 miles, turn left on GA Hwy 201 and travel approximately 5 miles, turn left on Freeman Springs Road, the farm will be 100 yards on your right.


Congratulations Freeman. You are doing a wonderful thing with the "Freeman Springs Farm". I have visited a few times but still enjoy looking at it on Internet. One of the views looking toward the Creek, reminds me of ALL THE WONDERFUL TIMES Freda and I had "swimming / wading / almost drowning" in that creek when we were very young. I visited many times for "fun day" when no work to do at the Collins Farm. Freda came to my house VERY OFTEN to play with me when Uncle Fred came to see Daddy Walt. When he came to get her to go home --- she would jump into the bed pretending she was taking a nap. He would just smile and leave. He knew she was just pretending and wanted to stay longer--he usually let her do whatever she wanted, most of the time. We had so much fun together. You are honoring the Freeman / Collins Family!!! Thanks so much for reviving memories. Love Vera Ann

Vera Ann Collins Duvall, 5/12/2012

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