There are lots of “Pick Your Own” opportunities all over the Nashville area to get your little farmers out to harvest. From apples to zucchini it's all available right here in the Nashville Metro area. Use our up to date – 2018 (yes, we called all the farmers! ) list to fill your fridge this summer. Pick your own fruit and vegetables all summer long through Middle Tennessee! (Click to jump to a specific county in the list: Cheatham, Davidson, Robertson, Rutherford, Sumner, Williamson, Wilson). 

Pick Your Own Berries, Fruits and Veggies in Nashville and Middle TN

Cheatham County

D&D Teaching Farm (Map) Pleasant View, TN – Closed to the public for 2018

 

No. 9 Farms (Map) Ashland City, TN – Call ahead for reservations to pick: (615) 545-0925

  • Blueberries – pick your own – June – See the Farm's Facebook page and website for picking forecasts
  • Non-certified organic – no pesticides, herbicides, fungicides
  • Offers gardening classes and cooking classes – details on the Farm's Facebook page and you can sign up on the website.

 Eden's Garden (Map) Pegram, TN – Please call in advance to make an appointment to pick: (615)-403-2420

  • You will be escorted through the fields to select your own produce including: Green Beans, Broccoli, Cabbage, Silver Queen Corn, Peaches and Cream Corn, Cucumbers, Kale, Lettuce, Okra, Onions, Peppers (Sweet and Hot), Squash, Tomatoes, Turnip Greens, Turnips (fall), Potatoes (red and white and Yukon gold).
  • All naturally grown – non GMO, no fertilizers or pesticides that are not organic certified
  • Fresh Eggs available
  • Follow Eden's Garden on Facebook for up to date hours and produce available
  • Hayride and farms tours available for groups up to 50 people, 3 hours for $150 – must book 2 weeks in advance (not available in October)

The Little Family Farm (Map) Chapmansboro, TN – Call before visiting (615) 307-3559

  • Blackberries – late June/ early July
  • Blueberries – late June/ early July
  • Berries are non-certified organic, Picnic tables are available, music playing
  • Call for picking forecast, during the season open weekends 8 AM to 6 PM, call to make an appointment for week day picking

Davidson County

The Green Door Gourmet (Map) Nashville, TN

  • Strawberries (certified organic) – pick your own – beginning May 2, 2018
  • $10/person entry fee includes a quart of berries, live music, vendors, cash bar (Wednesdays only) and food trucks.
  • Hours including May 2: Wednesdays weekly picking parties – 6 PM – 10 PM and Saturdays 9 AM to 1 PM
  • Check the Farm's website for picking forecasts and weather closures.

Robertson County

Head's Farm (Map) Cedar Hill, TN – Call for additional information and picking forecast: (615) 573-2401

  • Strawberries – pick your own or pre-picked – April 28th weather permitting – check the Farm's Facebook page to verify
  • Pre-picked – $4/quart, pick your own (baskets available) – $2/pound
  • Hanging baskets and vegetable plants available to purchase now (April), vegetables will be available in the summer months.
  • Pumpkins available to pick from the fields in the fall
  • Monday – Saturday 8 AM to 6 PM, Sundays during strawberry season, Noon – 5 PM

 

The Orchard at Cross Plains (Map) Cross Plains, TN – Call to confirm fruit is ready to pick and make an appointment in advance – Can be same the day:  (615) 654-9227 

  • Blackberries – You Pick – Usually ready by mid-June
  • Peaches – Pre-picked for sale – July
  • Apples – Pre-picked for sale – Usually ready by mid-July
  • Picnic tables available for use – bring your own lunch

Woodall's Strawberries (Map) Cedar Hill, TN – Call to confirm fruit is ready to pick: (615) 513-4439 

  • Strawberries – Pre-picked (chandlers) available starting April 25, pick your own (Earliglow) starts May 1st (call to confirm)
  • Blueberries – June/July pick your own only
  • Open during season Monday – Saturday 8AM – 6PM, closed Sundays

Rutherford County

The Blueberry Patch  (Map) Murfreesboro, TN – Call to confirm fruit is ready to pick: (615) 893-7940. The answering machine at this number will also list days and hours for picking once crop is ready.

  • Blueberries only – Two crops 
    • First crop is larger blueberries (often as big as your thumb!)  Usually comes in last week of June or first week of July.
    • Second crop is smaller blueberries that are sweeter and more durable.  Usually come in second and third weeks in July.
    • The entire season can last from 2-6 weeks.
    • The Blueberry Patch does not spray any of their fruit and has not done so in over 15 years. They have over 7 acres of blueberries.  When you get to the farm, baskets and liners will be on the front porch of the building.  Berries are sold by the pound.  Price per pound will be set at time of harvest.  (Ask before you pick.)  The Blueberry Patch has a children's play area, picnic tables and restroom facilities.

Andrews Berry Farm (Map)  Smyrna, TN – Call to confirm fruit is ready to pick: (615) 459-3343.  Owners will give you the hours they are open when you call.  This is a small farm and can get picked quickly so plan to go early.

  • Blackberries (thorn less) –  ready the first of July

 Batey Farms Murfreesboro, TN  (615) 879-7478

  • Strawberries  (Map) – Available end of April – May
    • The patch is located at 3250 Wilkinson Pike directly across from the Embassy Suites conference center. All berries will be sold by the pound.  The containers will be yours to keep or bring them back for subsequent pickings and receive a $1.00 discount off entire purchase.
    • Open Tuesday – Friday 8:30 AM to 6 PM, Saturday 8:30 AM – 2 PM, Sundays 1 – 5 PM during the season when berries are available (call or check website, Facebook or Twitter in advance)
  • Visit the Farm (Map) – for Pork and local farm products at our store
    • 5331 Baker Rd., Murfreesboro
    • Bring you kids and see the pigs
    • Open Fridays from 2 PM to 6 PM and Saturdays 9 AM to 1 PM – YEAR ROUND
  • Blueberries & Blackberries – end of June – Wilkinson Pike Farm
    • The patch is located at 3250 Wilkinson Pike directly across from the Embassy Suites conference center. All berries will be sold by the pound.  The containers will be yours to keep or bring them back for subsequent pickings and receive a $1.00 discount off entire purchase.
    • Check the website for hours, the farm is typically not open daily for Blueberries and blackberries.

P and P Farms (Map) Lascassas, TN – Call to confirm fruit is ready and to get open picking times: (615) 812-8788 or (615) 893-0704

  • Strawberries – Pre-picked or pick your own. Opening last week of April, weather dependent call before going to the farm

Sumner County

Bottom View Farm (Map) Portland, TN – Call to confirm fruit is ready to pick: (615) 325-7017.

  • Strawberries – pick your own – April 25th, weather dependant (call to confirm)
  • Strawberries pick your own is $2/pound, picked for you – $4/quart or $15/gallon
  • Blackberries – pick your own/ picked for you – end June/ beginning of July
  • Apples – pick your own/picked for you – August/September, weather dependant 
  • Blueberries – pick your own/ picked for you – end June/ beginning of July
  • Peaches – pick your own/picked for you – August, weather dependant 
  • Barn available for rental for weddings
  • Restaurant on the farm that serves breakfast and lunch
  • Open Mon – Sat 8 AM to 4 PM, through picking season

Bradley Kountry Acres (Map) Cottontown, TN – Info line: (615)-325-2836 – includes hours and berry availability

  • Strawberries – pick your own – open for the season the second week of May, call the info line for daily updates
  • Pick your own strawberries are $2/pound and bring your own picking containers
  • Bedding plants, patio plants, hanging baskets, and vegetable plants available starting April 21, 2018
  • Blackberries – July
  • Mums and Pumpkins are available in the fall

Crafton Farms (Map) Portland, TN – Call for hours: (615) 969-6264

  • Strawberries – Pick your own or picked for you – opening for the season second week of May – call to confirm
  • $2/quart pick your own, $3/quart pre picked 
  • Sweet corn available in July – $3/dozen ears
  • See the Farm's Facebook page for up to date information
  • Available for special events

Williamson County

Boyd Mill Farm (Map) Franklin, TN (615) 794-3867

Golden Bell Farm (Map) – Call (615) 794-3758 for picking forecast updates

  • Blueberries – Usually opens late June

Stoney Creek Farm (Map) Franklin, TN  (615) 591-0015 

  • All natural, pesticide free and all varieties are pick your own
  • Community vegetable garden – pick your own broccoli, lettuce, tomatoes, corn, green beans, cabbage, purple hull peas, radishes, an array of peppers, okra, kale, squash, zucchini, cucumbers, and more.
  • Sunflowers and cut flowers  
  • 14 varieties of herbs
  • muscadine grapes – Sept/Oct
  • Blueberries – end of June/July
  • Blackberries – end of June/July
  • Plums – July
  • Sourdough bread, apple butter, plum and grape jelly available for purchase
  • Raw local honey available for purchase
  • garden plot rentals
  • educational and painting classes including canning, sour dough bread making, kombucha and kefir making, quilting, healthy juicing, and cooking classes
  • sustainability tours
  • Birthday parties for kids

Wilson County

Berries on the Bend (Map) Lebanon, TN – Call Tina for availability and hours: (615) 456-8673 

  • Blueberries – late June,  limited crop due to the spring freezes
  • Blackberries – not available for 2018 due to spring freezes
  • Local Honey – call for availability
  • Check the Berries on the Bend Facebook page for the most current information
Breeden's Orchard (Map) Mt Juliet, TN – 2018 information coming soon!

Circle S Farms (Map) Lebanon, TN (615)-405-6860 (website)

  • Strawberries – end of April/ first of May 
  • Blackberries – July
  • Blueberries – June and July
  • Produce available for purchase
  • Available for weddings and special events – more information HERE.

Kelley's Berry Farm (Map) Castalian Springs, TN – The spring frosts have taken a toll on the crops but there will still be berries available. Please call before you go to the farm to verify berries are ripe and available: (615) 633-1426, (615) 633-7447

  • Strawberries – May 1 – call ahead to verify 
  • Blueberries – mid-June
  • Blackberries – mid-June
  • Peaches – not available for 2018 due to spring frosts
  • Open 7 AM to 6 PM during the strawberry season daily, Same hours but closed Sundays after strawberry season

Pratt's Orchard (Map) Lebanon, TN – Please call for hours and availability: (615) 444-7742 

  • Peaches – late June/early July – August, pick your own and picked. Red Haven, White Nectar, Winblo, Glow Haven, Contender, Ruston Red, Elbertas, China Pearl.
  • Apples – August – September – pick your own and picked. Gala, Mutsu, Yellow Delicious, Winesap, Fuji.
  • See the Orchard's Facebook page for up to date information

If you know of another farm in the area that should be on this list, please put their info in the comments. Happy Picking!!

Find more summer fun in our 2018 Nashville Summer Guide available in May!