Georgia lives up to its nickname as “The Peach State” at these farms near Atlanta. Pick your own peaches or shop markets for peaches, fruit, vegetables, pastries and more.

Call or check websites for picking conditions and availability before visiting one of these farms.

Southern Belle Farm

With more than 300 acres, this farm offers 10 different varieties of peaches for u-pick. Fresh summer fruits also include blueberries and blackberries. You can also purchase pre-picked berries and peaches at the Country Market. McDonough.

Jaemor Farms

This farm has two locations for fresh produce. Their peach harvest begins in June. Pick your own peaches during U-Pick Peach Day (check back soon for more information), and shop blackberries, cantaloupes, cucumbers, nectarines, tomatoes, watermelons, honey and more. Alto and Commerce.

Fitzgerald Fruit Farms

This farm harvests peaches from mid-May through mid-September, and they sell onions, squash, cucumbers, tomatoes, beans, peppers, zucchini, potatoes, okra, corn and homemade ice cream. Woodbury.

Dickey Farms

Travel to Dickey Farms for peaches, homemade ice cream, vegetables, preserves and more. They usually have peaches from mid-May to mid-August. Explore the playground, and go on a farm tour. Musella.

Lane Southern Orchards

Peaches are available at this farm and market, and they also have peach ice cream, peach cobbler, pecans, jams, salsas, onions, peas, watermelon, wines and more. Stop by the Café & Bakery for some delicious Southern food. Fort Valley.

CJ Orchards

Due to a late freeze, this orchard will not have peaches this season, but they expect to have pecans this year. Rutledge.

Sugar Hill Berry Farm

This farm is not open for the 2023 peach season. In September, they will have fresh muscadines, and you can also shop fruits, vegetables, jams, jellies, honey and slushy drinks. Check their Facebook page for more details. Murrayville.

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