Atlanta Area Pick-Your-Own Strawberry Farms


Atlanta Area Pick-Your-Own Strawberry FarmsMid-April to June is the prime time in the South for strawberry picking. We’ve put together a list of places in and around Atlanta you and your family can go to pick your own strawberries or enjoy strawberry festivities!

{Be sure to check websites, social media, or call before making the drive to make sure they are open or in season!}

Atlanta Area Pick-Your-Own Strawberry Farms

Adams Farm

1486 Georgia Highway 54 West
Fayetteville 30214

Don’t miss out on rows and rows of Sweet Charlie and Strawberry Festival varieties. Two-gallon containers are provided for picking as well as people to assist you in finding the biggest and ripest berries in the bunch. Make sure to bring your own containers to take home what you pick.

Fitzgerald Fruit Farms

3355 Imlac Rd.
Woodbury 30293

Come take pictures as you pick delicious strawberries. When you’re done, stop by The Shed to enjoy homemade ice cream made from the farm’s berries. Be sure to call ahead to determine if the fields are open for picking.

Jaemor Farms

40 Cornelia Hwy (Highway 365)
Alto 30510

Take a wagon ride out to the strawberry patch and pick as much as a gallon of strawberries during your visit. Admission is $5 per person + $16 for a gallon box to pick. Dates and times are still being determined so be sure to check their website before you visit.

Mitcham Farm 

797 W Macedonia Church Rd.
Oxford 30054

Mitcham Farm offers daily picking hours during the growing season in addition to fun spring events including ‘Berry’ Fun Weekends, an Easter event, and a Strawberry Festival. You can also purchase other farm items at the Farm Market including local honey, frog jam, preserves, salsas, and more. Be sure to call or check Facebook for daily crop availability.

Ottawa Farms

702 Bloomingdale Rd.
Bloomingdale 31302

Come pick your berries at Ottawa Farms between now and mid-May. Containers are provided for picking, you just bring a few snacks, water, and your sunscreen. Times and days for picking are dependent upon weather, but patches are usually picked clean by 12 p.m. so come early or call before you go! Be sure to check Ottawa’s Facebook page for notices and recipes to use for your freshly picked berries.

Rutland Farms

5641 Union Rd.
Tifton 31794

In addition to picking your own berries, travel to Rutland Farms and enjoy the Strawberry Jubilee on select dates in April (most Saturdays). Pick berries, take a hayride, pet animals in the petting zoo, and take a ride on the barrel train. Admission is $8 per person (ages 3+). Picking dates are dependent on the weather. Be sure to check their website or call before going.

Southern Belle Farm 

1658 Turner Church Road
McDonough 30252

Pick your strawberries directly from the 12-acre patch or pick up a bucket of pre-picked berries from the Country Market. Picking hours vary throughout the week so be sure to check the website before you go. In addition to picking, be sure to check out the other fun attractions Belle’s has to offer!

Washington Farms

5691 Hog Mountain Road
Bogart 30622

Come enjoy the fresh air, fun farm activities, homemade strawberry ice cream, and of course pick your strawberries right off the patch. Picking conditions are subject to change daily based on weather and availability so be sure to call ahead before visiting.

Warbington Farms

5555 Crow Road
Cumming 30041

Don’t miss out on getting your strawberries from Warbington Farms, voted one of Georgia’s best places for family fun. Strawberries will be ready in mid-April so be sure to check the website and their Facebook page for picking hours and availability.

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