When autumn strikes, the air might grow cooler, but the sun really shines on Mitcham Farm. That's the time of year that the farm truly comes to life, keeping families busy with a full day's worth of farm activities. Trusty hayrides circle the entire grounds, showcasing the fields of pick-your-own pumpkins, the giant sand pile and mountain slide, and the corn canons. It also gives a ground-level view of a seven-acre maze cut into the corn. If guests decide to navigate the twisting stalks, they'll have to use their powers of deduction by solving clues pertaining to a mystery or determining which scarecrow is most likely to accept bribes.
When night falls on weekends, hayrides meander to the bonfire pit where guests can warm hands and cook marshmallows over the flickering flames. Of course, a hayride isn't your only option when it comes to touring the grounds––helicopter rides also whisk guests over the verdant property to give them a bird's eye view of all the autumn festivities below.
Our mission is to provide young girls with the opportunity to develop integrity, positive self-awareness, and discipline through dance instruction and competition. Dance Time Inc opens avenues for modeling, public speaking, scholarships, leadership, and social skills that will help with future development.
When Highland Golf Club received a major makeover in 1986—its 25th anniversary—many elements were updated to make the course more enjoyable, from the open fairways to the undulating greens. What was not changed was its natural Georgia hillside surroundings. It's still covered in blooming azaleas and pear trees, as well as large Loblolly and White Pines. The five lakes that come into play on seven different holes were also left untouched, leaving plenty of obstacles for golfers and somewhere for the majority of the town's fish to live. The result is a more than 50-year-old course that plays like one much younger, with multiple tee boxes and easy navigation that keeps play at a refreshingly speedy pace.