Amburn Mountain Farm
“A Place for Family”
Located just minutes outside of Blue Ridge, Georgia, you will find our beautiful farm nestled into the foothills of Tennessee. This family-owned and operated farm is dedicated to bringing joy to all who visit. From spring flowers to autumn harvest, there is always something beautiful to see!
For only $12 per person, you and your family can enjoy our hayride, petting zoo, and barnyard playground. Make sure to take a ride on our barrel train for only $4 more! Please keep in mind that, given our location, cell service can be spotty, and there is no Wi-Fi at this time. We CANNOT swipe your cards for this reason. We are a CASH ONLY establishment. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Current Farm Activities
Fun for All Ages
Amburn Mountain Farm offers visitors of all ages the chance to play like a kid. Our Barre Trains are perfect to experience the fun and enjoyment that we have to offer. Come try it out for yourself!
Fun for All Ages
Our visitors have called our hayride the best in the south. Come take a 20 minute ride through our farm and see the beautiful 360 views we have!
Enjoy the Excitement
Lots of culvert tunnels and fast slides!
Join the Fun
Want to pet a baby goat? Look no further. Our petting zoo has 4 of the most beautiful babies ever! They are super friendly and love cuddles. So do our bunnies!
CLOSED FOR THE SEASON
Turn into 972 Airport Road, Copperhill, TN. This address will put you on a dirt road called Country Club Lane. Drive until you see a silo at the fork. Please park on either side of the road before reaching the silo. You will find our ticket barn a short walk to the left. Handicap parking is available. Please call 7064559852 so we can assist.
We can’t wait to see you at the patch! Let us know if you have any questions.
Trust in The Lord with all your heart
In 2020, first generation farmers Jessica and Jordan had a big idea. “The families in our community have always been our primary focus. We just wanted to give them a place to bring their kids for a good time.” Says Jordan Walden, who is not only a farmer, but a full time firefighter that has served the community for over a decade. “We hardly had two nickels to rub together, but we took what little savings we had, and we planted 7 acres of pumpkins. Then, we prayed.”
Proof that a little elbow grease and a lot of prayer truly can make the impossible, POSSIBLE. “People laugh when I tell them that I planted and watered 7,000 pumpkin seeds by hand, but I did.” Says Jessica Walden, manager and owner of AMF. The young couple have continued to grow their beautiful agritourism business, all while staying true to their motto- Faith. Family. Farm.
Jessica and Jordan still manage the farm themselves. When the gates are open, they will personally be there to greet you with smiles on their faces, and love in their hearts. Make sure to say hello! They ask that you please pray for their farm, the harvest, and- most importantly, all of those who visit.