Agritourism in Georgia is alive and thriving!

Seasonal Festivals – Farmers Markets – Wine Tastings – Guided Hunts
Cornfield Mazes – Pumpkin Patches – Farm Tours – Pick Your Own Crops … AND MORE!

Barn doors are OPEN WIDE to welcome visitors looking for locally grown and organic foods!
We are proud to offer breath-taking scenery, artisan fare, authentic crafts … and old-fashioned Southern hospitality.
Share in Georgia’s agricultural bounty — learn more about the farmers, vintners, ranchers and fishermen tending our lands and waterways.

2016 Georgia Agritourism Annual Conference

 Click HERE for Complete Conference and Tour Details

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Tax Guide


Georgia Ag
Law and Signage



Specialty Crop Agritourism
Educational Tools

The Georgia Agritourism Association
will be hosting a series of conference calls for
Agritourism operations to learn more about sales
and property taxes, Department of Revenue audits,
and other tax related issues such as the GATE program.
More information coming soon.

Please get to know our members and pay them a visit. Adventure and homegrown fun await you!

In Georgia, agriculture and tourism are our state’s top two economic generators.
The Georgia Agritourism Association, a non-profit corporation, is the official voice of this exciting combination. GAA is much like the blended industry it represents: growing rapidly and looking for new opportunities to serve its customers.

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Georgia Agritourism Association would to issue a special thanks to our

Leadership Partner


Chick-fil-A commits to take care of the people who take care of our communities. The mission of the Georgia Agritourism Association and its members provide opportunities for wholesome, family fun.

Agritourism — Georgia’s growing economic sector (Atlantic Journal-Constitution)