Best Blueberry Farms Around Atlanta
Your family will love picking fresh berries right off the bush just like the classic children’s book, “Blueberries for Sal.” Locations around the Atlanta area offer inexpensive options for picking. Admission and farm activities may be extra.
Come ready to pick as many blueberries as you can collect! Berries are available until the bushes are picked clean, so make sure to call ahead or check websites before visiting. Blueberry conditions change from day to day. Maintain safe social distance practices and wear masks before visiting these farms.
Head to Blue Ridge for Mercier Orchards’ Farm, which plans to have u-pick blueberries starting in June. Take in the beauty of the 300-acre farm with a tractor ride, and stop by the café or market for delicious food and treats. In July, you can also pick blackberries.
This McDonough farm has a two-acre blueberry patch for pick-your-own, or you can grab pre-picked berries at their market, which also has baked goods, jams, honey, fruit ciders and more. Visit with chickens, donkeys, cows, goats, horses and more at Belle’s Barn.
In summer, you can pick your own blueberries or blackberries at this cute farm in Oxford, 45 minutes east of Atlanta. Fresh produce also includes sweet corn, cucumbers, beans, okra, onions, peaches and more. They also sell homemade strawberry jam, local honey, frog jam, preserves and strawberry slushies at their Farm Stand.
Since 1805, this family-owned farm in Fayetteville has been a staple for fruits and vegetables. In summer, head here for three varieties of blueberries, two varieties of blackberries and three varieties of raspberries. The market and u-pick fields are open Mondays through Saturdays, and u-pick is projected to run through Aug. 1.
This family-owned and operated blueberry farm is located in Loganville with more than 500 rabbit eye blueberry bushes. Due to a small 2021 crop, availability is limited.
Lone Oak Farms in Grantville is open seven days a week during blueberry season, which starts in July.
Travel to Winder to pick blueberries at this family-owned farm. Due to a small 2021 crop, availability is limited.
These farms will not have blueberries for the 2021 season:
The history of this Woodstock farm began in 1978 when the owners bought 40 acres of land for blueberries, pumpkins and Christmas trees.
Blueberries and blackberries are available for u-pick or pre-pick at this Gainesville farm. Enjoy refreshments and browse the gift shop with arts and crafts from local artisans.
This Lawrenceville farm offers u-pick by the gallon as you peruse the blueberry fields. Kids will love viewing the Scottish Highland Cows, Coco and Rudolph, as well as the goats, and you can even bring bread and veggies to feed them. They’re planning to open the second week of June.