Double K Farms, known as Mitcham Farm, has been in operation through five generations – well over one hundred years. Although farming and agriculture have changed, the Mitcham Farm supports the preservation of agriculture resources for future generations.
A Family-Friendly Destination
Today, the farm is owned and operated by Tommy Mitcham, great-grandson of Henry James Boggus, and his two sons, Kevin and Keith. In October 2000, the farm was recognized as a Centennial Family Farm by the State of Georgia for its contribution to Georgia’s agriculture heritage.
Celebrating the 10th Year of the Corn Maze
This year, we celebrate the 10th anniversary of Colonel Cob’s Corn Maze! In 2004, the Mitcham Family opened the corn maze and pumpkin patch to expand its operation to the agritourism industry and began welcoming visitors to their farm. In 2006 they expanded and began growing strawberries – selling to schools, hospitals, supermarkets, and roadside markets. The farm now welcomes visitors to pick their own berries fresh from the fields and sells vegetables from their market.
Years later, we continue to be a family-friendly destination. We look forward to seeing you here at our farm!