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Sweetwater Valley Park Pumpkin Patch

 
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Pumpkin Patches, Hay Rides (Kid Friendly), Other Events
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Outdoor Event(s), Touching Not Allowed, Free Parking
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Sweetwater Valley Park, established in 1996, is a locally owned and operated, quiet, family-oriented park with 36 shaded sites nestled in the trees along Sweetwater Creek.

Annual Pumpkin Patch:
During the month of October the Pumpkin Patch is open to the public every Saturday. Hayrides operate every 15 minutes to the patch and pumpkins are sold.

Other Campground Amenities:
Gated facility located in a quiet, rural setting
Picnic tables
Bathhouse
Dump station
On-site laundry facility
Handicap accessible
Pull-through sites available
30 and 50 amp sites
Playground with swings, basketball, horseshoes,
volleyball, and badminton
Walking trails
Outdoor kitchen facilities available
Small driving range
Gem mining available in our sluice
Abundance of wildlife Email Haunt Owner
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The park is approximately 4½ miles from Interstate 20. From the East: Take I-20 west to Exit 26, Mirror Lake/Liberty Road. Turn right off the ramp. Continue straight, through the intersection, to the three-way stop. Turn right onto Highway 61 North/Dallas-Villa Rica Highway. Travel approximately 3½ miles, cross over Sweetwater Creek, and take the second road on the right, Sweetwater Bend. Go past the lake and turn right into the first driveway. At the gate keypad, using the A-Z keys, scroll down to "Office" and press the call button to gain access to the park. From the West: Take I-20 east to Exit 26, Mirror Lake/Liberty Road. Turn left off the ramp. Continue straight, through the intersection, to the three-way stop. Turn right onto Highway 61 North/Dallas-Villa Rica Highway. Travel approximately 3½ miles, cross over Sweetwater Creek, and take the second road on the right, Sweetwater Bend. Go past the lake and turn right into the first driveway. At the gate keypad, using the A-Z keys, scroll down to "Office" and press the call button to gain access to the park. From the North: Take Highway 61 South toward Villa Rica, GA. Go straight through the 4-way stop at Ridge Road. Travel approximately one mile, passing Melrose Cemetery on the right. Take the first road on the left, Sweetwater Bend. Go past the lake and turn right into the first driveway. At the gate keypad, using the A-Z keys, scroll down to "Office" and press the call button to gain access to the park. From the South: Take Highway 61 North toward Dallas, GA. Cross over Sweetwater Creek, and take the second road on the right, Sweetwater Bend. Go past the lake and turn right into the first driveway. At the gate keypad, using the A-Z keys, scroll down to "Office" and press the call button to gain access to the park.

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