Strawberry picking in Georgia begins every year in March and runs through June. From Dickey Farms in Musella to Washington Farms in Watkinsville there are strawberries to be picked. If you are wondering, “Where is the best strawberry farm near me?” here is Central Georgia's guide.
Washington Farms in Watkinsville
Washington Farms in Loganville
Both Watkinsville and Loganville locations offer pick-your-own strawberries from mid-April through early June. Enjoy Super Spring Saturdays at our Watkinsville farm in the spring and pick-your-own blueberries from mid-June through July. Eat some kettle corn, BBQ, or homemade strawberry ice cream as well as other goodies from their concession stand. It's a real farm, and real fun grows there! For more information, visit their website at www.washingtonfarms.net.
Twin Oaks Farm
Folks of all ages love to pick their sweet strawberries and eat the delicious strawberry ice cream. Join Twin Oaks Farm Tuesdays-Saturdays 9:00-6:00 for you-pick strawberries. Strawberry season generally begins in early April and continues through early June. Keep an eye on their Facebook page for seasonal announcements. Cost is $3 per pound you-pick & $3.50 per pound we-pick. Prices are subject to change without notice due to weather. Click HERE to learn more.
Dickey Farms is home to Georgia’s oldest, continuously operating peach packinghouse. Pick your own fresh berries right from their field! At Dickey’s, strawberry picking is open from late March to mid May, depending on weather and crop conditions. Check out Dickey Farms brand NEW playground! Parents can relax under our covered pavilion while children play. For daily crop availability, check their Facebook page or call 478-836-4362.
Elliott Farms in Lizella
Elliott Farms in Macon
Elliott Farms is a family owned and operated farm. They grow strawberries, blackberries, onions, and various other vegetables. Elliot Farms grows the strawberries and blackberries and all you have to do is pick them! Learn more about Elliot Farms and visit them on Facebook.
Lane Southern Orchards in Fort Valley
Since 1908, Lane Southern Orchards has planted, grown and harvested the best tasting peaches and pecans in Georgia. The farm includes 3,000 acres of peach orchards, 3,000 acres of pecan groves, and a 6 acre strawberry patch. Grab a rocking chair for a relaxing break served up with genuine southern hospitality. Strawberry picking season at Lane Southern Orchards is April-May. Visit Lane Southern Orchard online to learn more.
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