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Featuring fresh in season vegetables- specialty Tomatoes and Corngrown naturally on the GA Centennial Farm. The house is open for parties, small wedding rehearsals and receptions. Also have garden tours, fishing and gemstones.
Garden Walks
Do you know who grew the food you had for dinner? Take a Garden Walk with a life long farmer who learned to garden from his parents and grandparents. Learn about locally grown food and why it is important.

Your Garden Walk will include activities planned for creating memories while having fun in the World of a garden tools. Experiences count when you are learning to grow your own food. Garden Walk activities will be different as the Farmer's Garden changes from season to season. On the garden walk you may do all or some of the following: Composting, weeding, planting, harvesting and learning about the conservation of soil and water. You get the idea. You will see how our vegetables are grown and may even get to harvest some vegetables that are ready for the Garden Patch Market. Call for cost.
Gemstone Mining Adventures
A gemstone panning experience is waiting to happen in the wooden trough under the whitegemstone mining adventures tent. Children and adults can buy a bag of mining rough enriched with gems from southern states. No need to waste time driving. We offer a great selection of gems and minerals bagged and ready at our farm.

Cherokee County has long been noted for things hidden underground and in our waterways. Gold! We hope to find a cheap place to purchase and add to our gemstones. Who knows it may be close by. Cherokee County has mined mica, copper, gold, and marble. So keep your pebbles and rocks, and tumble them to make them shine. Call for costs.
Pumpkins at Cagels Farm
Fishing Hole
The best Fishing Hole is at Cagle's Farm House just North of Atlanta in Hickory Flat Community, Cherokee County. Fishing is Fun for the Whole Family! We provide fishing trips for your special day, be it a birthday or a fun day for the family. Bring grandma and grandpa, or maybe have a reunion for the whole gang. Check our calendar for when the pond is open to the public.

Watch the excitement on your children's faces when they land their first fish. Experience again your own memories when your child feels that fish tugging on their hook!

One of the best things about fishing is the chance to observe nature up close, so when your kids land a fish, fill a bucket with water and let them observe their catch for a few minutes before releasing. We will have a scale and a camera available if a whopper is caught. Pictures of children with their first fish and whoppers go on our Wall of Honor. All First Time Fishers will receive a Certificate for the First Fish ever caught.

It's not all about catching fish. Remember, what you're really catching here is a few hours of relaxed family fun and family memories that will last a life time . Kids are sure to get hooked on the sport of fishing.

Bait hunting is, almost as much fun as fishing. Dig one free cup of worms from our worm bed. Additional cups are a small fee. Don' t forget about bread balls. Kids love making them from squished and rolled white bread. So bring some along our fish love them. Children should wear sturdy shoes, such as old tennis shoes or water shoes so they can wade in the branch when weather is warm. If your child is young and according to his/her swimming ability you may want them to wear a life jacket.

Call for costs.
Cagel Farm Cows
School Field Trip
The Garden and Honeybee Farm Tour Objectives
* To bring the amazing world of the honeybee to life
* To feature the honeybee as an integral species in our food web
* To teach children about where and how their food is grown
* Educate the children about the parts of a plant
* Identify the part of the plant that attract the honey beesGarden and Honey Bee Farm Tour
* To explore the honeybee and other pollinators role in food production.

The tour begins with students observing live, working colony of honeybees in our observation hive. With the help of our experienced tour guide, they will learn about the amazing biology of the hive.

Now, it is time to visit the garden area where they will learn about the different vegetables growing in the garden and the lifecycle of a plant. Students will learn about the role the honeybee plays in the garden.
Operating Hours & Seasons
May-October, Daylight to dark everyday. Farmhouse by appointment
Phone, Address, Directions & Website Info
Phone: 404-567-6363 - Address: 150 Stringer Rd., Canton Georgia 30115 - Directions: From Hwy. 140 turn onto Stringer Rd. Go 1 1/4 miles on the left at intersection of Hickory Rd. Website: www.caglesfarmhouse.com
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