October is upon us and that means that there’s plenty to do in Smyrna and the surrounding areas. From kid-friendly fright fests to great parties for adults, there’s no shortage of autumn activities to get out and enjoy!

Six Flags Over Georgia Fright Fest: All October

If you’re exploring the area while you’re checking out Smyrna real estate—and you should—take a quick drive to Six Flags Over Georgia for their annual Fright Fest. During October, the amusement park takes on a seasonally-appropriate sinister feel, with fun and frightening activities, including haunted houses. There are specific “scare zones” set up around the park, so you can get away from it all if it gets too intense for you or your kids. You can pick up tickets by clicking here.

Little Five Points Halloween Parade and Festival, October 21

You’ll have to drive into Atlanta for this, but it’s one of the biggest Halloween parties in the nation so, if you want to get out and enjoy a parade, wild costumes and great nightlife, this is the place to be. They’re expecting more than 30,000 people to come out for this event, as they do every year. It’s a wild, good time and definitely worth the trip if you want a memorable Halloween experience! Click here for more information.

Smyrna Children’s Halloween Costume Parade, October 28

Head down to the Smyrna First Baptist Church at 1275 Church Street East at 8:30am to get your young one registered for the parade. The parade also kicks off the Fall Jonquil Festival, featured below. The parade includes a costume contest, with three different age groups. Children between newborn and 12 years of age can participate in the contest. You can get more information by clicking here.

Smyrna Fall Jonquil Festival: October 28-29

The Fall Jonquil Festival brings arts, crafts, food, entertainment and much more to the Smyrna Community Center at 2000 Village Green Circle SE. Festivities run for two days: 10am to 6pm on Saturday the 28 and from 12pm until 5pm on Sunday the 29. Admission is free. This event features activities and diversions for people of all ages, so bring the whole family. There’s a book sale, a jonquil bulb sale and much more, in addition to the aforementioned activities. You can get more information by clicking here.


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