Pick fresh blueberries, peaches and other fruits at these nearby farms. Locations around the Atlanta area offer produce for farm fun, along with activities; admission and farm activities may be extra. Blueberries are harvested in Georgia from late May to mid-July, and you can expect peaches until August.

Call or check websites for picking conditions and availability. The weather has damaged much of Georgia’s 2023 peach crop, but some farms will still have them available. 

Mercier Orchards

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. Blue Ridge.

Southern Belle Farm

This McDonough farm has a two-acre blueberry patch for pick-your-own, and they offer 10 different varieties of peaches, as well as blackberries, for u-pick. 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. McDonough.

Mitcham Farm

In summer, you can pick your own blueberries, blackberries, peaches and lavender at this cute farm in Oxford, 45 minutes east of Atlanta. At the Farm Market, enjoy fresh produce, specialty items, baked goods, sweet treats, décor and gifts. Visit with farm animals and relax and play on the playground. Oxford.

Tuckaway Blueberry Farm

This family-owned and operated blueberry farm is located in Loganville with more than 500 rabbit eye blueberry bushes. Loganville.

Lone Oak Farms

Lone Oak Farms in Grantville is open seven days a week during blueberry season from 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Pick your own fresh blueberries from July to October. Grantville.

Berry Patch Farms

The history of this Woodstock farm began in 1978 when the owners bought 40 acres of land for blueberries, pumpkins and Christmas trees. They plan to open in July for their blueberry season. Woodstock.

DJ’s U-Pick Blueberry Farm

This Lawrenceville farm offers u-pick by the pound 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. Lawrenceville.

Jaemor Farms

This farm has two locations for fresh produce. Their peach harvest begins in June, and you will have a chance to pick your own peaches on their U-Pick Peach Day (details to come). Shop blackberries, cantaloupes, cucumbers, nectarines, tomatoes, watermelons, honey and more. At their Commerce market, grab a variety of homegrown produce, homemade goods, sandwiches, ice creams and more. Alto.

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 through 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, and kids will love the farm-themed playground with real tractors. Fort Valley.

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