You’ll Have Loads Of Fun At These 11 Pick-Your-Own Fruit Farms In Mississippi

Nothing says summer like doing some blueberry or strawberry picking. Luckily, the state is full of farms where you can pick your own fruit. It’s true. And while farmers markets may be your first choice for fresh goods, nothing is quite as fun as doing the pickin’ yourself. The wonderful fruit picking farms below are must-visits when you want to stock up on the freshest of the fresh.


So, did you know about this pick your own fruit farms in Mississippi? Where’s your favorite place to go strawberry picking? What about blueberry picking? Know of any other fruit picking farms in Mississippi? We want to hear from you!

Like we said before, pick your own fruit farms aren’t the only places you can stock up on all your favorite fruits and veggies. There are so many others, including this epic farmers market in Mississippi.

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What are the best little known farms in Mississippi?

The pick your own fruit farms mentioned above are just a portion of the u-pick farms in Mississippi. There are quite a few, including Coastal Ridge Farm. Located in the small town of Picayune, Coastal Ridge Farm is a u-pick flower farm. Open seasonally, the farm opens its sunflower and zinnia fields to the public, allowing individuals to stop by and build the perfect bouquet. Williams Family Farms is another of the state’s u-pick flower farms. In addition to u-pick flowers, the Wiggins farm offers an array of other activities as well as hosts a variety of seasonal events.

What's the most beautiful hike in Mississippi?

Farms with designated blueberry and strawberry picking fields aren’t the only options for picking fresh berries in the state. There are quite a few hikes in Mississippi that boast wildflower and berries throughout the year. One hike that shouldn’t be missed is the Black Creek Hiking Trail. Most associate Black Creek with paddling, as it’s one of the best natural lazy rivers in Mississippi. However, it also offers one of the most beautiful hikes in Mississippi. The trail spans nearly 40 miles, following the Black Creek River. Rated as moderate, it boasts rolling hills, bridges, boardwalks, small streams, ponds, and more. Berries are also a pretty common sight and are often found along the river bank.