Berry Picking in Middle Tennessee and Nashville Area

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It always catches us by surprise, y’all — but it’s berry picking time again! We’re back this year with our annual round up of where you can pick your own berries in Middle Tennessee (and maybe even a little beyond!). Remember that these crops are available between May-July, so always verify which berries are in season prior to making the trek!

Berry Picking in Middle Tennessee and Nashville AreaOur usual disclaimer: Remember that these places are WORKING FARMS. Many, if not most, of these businesses do not have websites. We do our very best to provide accurate information, but you should always call ahead to verify the farm’s information. Some farms themselves even recommend to call ahead to check the availability of the crop, due to weather and demand. If you notice that a certain location has fallen off the list this year, that’s because we could not find enough reliable information that we felt comfortable including it this year. If we missed your favorite, please add it in the comments! As always, bring cash as many of these establishments do not take credit cards.

Berry Picking in Middle Tennessee and Nashville Area

Batey Farms – Strawberries, blueberries, blackberries
5331 Baker Road, Murfreesboro, TN 37129
Phone: (629) 772-3900

Blueberry Patch – Blueberries
5942 West Gum Road, Murfreesboro, TN, 37127
Phone:615-893-7940

Bottom View Farm – Blackberries (July), blueberries (July), strawberries (April, May and June), apples (August)
185 Wilkerson Lane, Portland, TN 37148
Phone: (615)-325-7017

Boyd Mill Farm – Blackberries
3395 Blazer Road, Franklin, TN 37064
Phone: (615) 794-3867
Email: [email protected] 

Bradley Kountry Acres – Blackberries, strawberries
650 Jake Link Road, Cottontown, TN 37048
Phone: (615) 325-2836; Alternate phone: (615) 335-9309; Alternate phone: (615) 335 – 9310
Email: [email protected]

Bubba Pratt’s Farm is Pratt’s Orchard and Garden Center – Peaches, apples
4944 Trousdale Ferry Pike, Lebanon, TN 37087
Phone: (615) 444-7742
Email: [email protected]

Circle S Farms  – Blueberries, strawberries, blackberries
1627 East Old Laguardo Rd, Lebanon, TN 37087
Phone: (615) 405-6860.

Dennison’s Family Farm – Strawberries
98 Milner Switch, Elora, TN, 37328
Phone: (931) 937-8162
*Expected to be open late April through mid-June

Green Door Gourmet – Strawberries
7011 River Road Pike, Nashville, TN 37209
Phone: (615) 942-7169
Email: [email protected]
 

Golden Bell Farm – Blueberries
4084 Clovercroft Road, Franklin, TN 37067
Phone: (615) 794-3758

H & S Farms – Strawberries
400 Seven Mile Ferry Road, Clarksville, TN 37040
Phone: 931-387-4000

Email: [email protected]

Kelley’s Berry Farm – Blackberries, blueberries, raspberries, strawberries
50 Riverview Lane, Castalian Springs, TN 37031
Phone: (615) 633-1426; Alternate phone: 615) 374-3050

Limoland – Strawberries
8076 Columbia Highway, Pulaski, TN, 38478
Phone: (931) 363-5744

Lone Hickory Blueberry Farm – Blueberries
1800 Tanyard Road, Lafayette, TN 37083
Phone: (615) 666-7167

Pantall Farms – Strawberries
2781 Carter’s Creek Station Road, Columbia, TN 38401
Phone: (931) 486-2754
Email: [email protected]

Red River Farms – Blackberries and peaches
5350 Draper Road, Springfield, TN 37172
Phone: (615) 813-1426

Email: [email protected]

Stoney Creek Farm – Blackberries, blueberries
4700 Coe Lane Franklin, Tennessee 37064, Franklin, TN 37064
Phone: (615) 591-0015;

Email: [email protected]

Trace View Farm – Blueberries
6172 Old Natchez Trace, Santa Fe, TN 38482
Phone: (931) 682-2864

*Open: By appointment only

Woodall’s Strawberries – Strawberries
4452 Kinneys School Road, Cedar Hill, TN 37032
Phone: (615) 513-4439.
*Closed Sundays.

Did we miss your favorite u-pick spot? Know updated information on any of the above?
Let us know in the comments!

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When I moved to Nashville when I was 11, I never knew how deep my roots would run here! I attended Belmont University (Go Bruins!) where I met my husband David. We were married in 2008, and 4 months later, he was off to Iraq for a year. A couple of years after he returned home, we had our first daughter, Madeline, who is a lively redhead that keeps us on our toes! Any and all rumors you've ever heard about the nature of redheads are in fact true. Our second little girl, Violet, was born in July of this year and is the sweetest little addition. Before having children, I worked as a pediatric nurse for 7 years, and last year worked at two Williamson County high schools as a Health Science teacher. I will once again be staying home with the birth of our second daughter. I am new to the world of blogging, but look forward to the experience of getting to share stories, tips and advice with other local moms!

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