Tennessee October 01, 2015
10 Places In Tennessee Where You Can Pick Your Own Delicious Food
There’s something sweet and exciting about picking your own produce – whether it be crisp apples in the fall, blackberries and blueberries and strawberries when the sun shines bright, or even pumpkins in the fall. Tennessee is a gold mine for veggie and fruit lovers, especially those few of you that like to grab your kids and make a go of it yourselves. Here are some awesome places to check out!
10) Blueberry Hill Farm - Norris
The Baxter family has 35 years of sweet family traditions growing here on the farm, and you'll never want to run out of their fantastic blueberries.
9) Bottom View Farms - Portland
Peak season is from April to August, and you simply CANNOT miss out on this gorgeous farm. Plus? They host weddings.
8) Crafton Farms - Portland
Known for their beautiful red barn event space, you can also pick your fill of berries during the summer months.
7) Morning Glory Orchards - Nolensville
Morning Glory Orchard is known as one of the most genuine spots to pick something wonderful in the entire state. Their crop is not available for picking this year - but next? Sign us up!
6) Dark Fired Farms - Dover
Dark Fired Farms loves events, so pick some strawberries or lose your way in their corn maze during the fall.
5) Horner Vegetables - Humboldt
Horner's sells their produce at a you-can't-beat-that price, plus? You can buy wholesale. YES.
4) Melody Orchard - Rogersville
With more than ten kinds of apples and scads of berries for the picking, Melody Orchard is your one stop shop for great fruit.
3) Rutherford's Strawberries - Marysville
Families have been picking their favorite berries here since 1976, and we think it's about time you create a new tradition.
2) Valley Home Farm - Wartrace
You'll find five generations of farmers out here, five generations of kind and smart and hardworking people that want to give you the best experience possible.
1) Falcon Ridge Farm - Toone
This homegrown bit of heaven is built by the kindest Tennessee folk you've ever met. Great for families with kids or the odd, late summer date night, this is precisely where you want to spend your afternoons.
Do you think you’ll find some time to pick something yummy? Let us know your favorites in the comments below!