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TOP 10 U-Pick Blueberry and Blackberry Farms in TN

National Blueberry Picking Day is July 10th, and what better way to celebrate than to plan a visit to one of Tennessee's U-Pick Blueberry and Blackberry Farms?

Blueberries and blackberries are summer fruits that are excellent garden companions. Blueberries attract pollinators and other insects, which benefit blackberries. Because they also have similar nutritional needs this helps produce a healthy crop of both berries.

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We recommend calling each farm before planning a day trip. To get the most our of your berry-picking experience, make sure to wear closed toed shoes, a hat, and sunscreen.

A U-pick berry farm is the next best thing to growing your own. Don't miss out on this fun summertime activity that could become a wonderful family tradition!



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2503 Campbell Rd Decaturville 38329

(615) 268-4539

Although Blueberry Ridge Farm is closed for the season, consider stopping by next year!

Unfortunately, the late Spring frost affected their crop immensely, but they are already planning to make next season bigger and better

Blueberry Ridge Farm is west of Decaturville on Highway 100. Follow signs to the blueberry field. This U-pick operation offers blueberries, blackberries, and raspberries.


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2120 Laconia Road, Somerville 38068


Pick your own blueberries or buy pre-picked blueberries at this family-owned farm.

Laconia Blueberries is located 6 miles east of Somerville and works hard to promote a family-friendly atmosphere.

Blueberry Season is June 15th-August 1st. Call before planning a trip to pick berries.


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1340 Ball Creek Road, Buena Vista 38318

(731) 586-7009

Ulderich Blueberry Farms is open from the end of June until the second week of August. This small family-owned 5-acre U-Pick farm produces delicious blueberries.

No insecticides are used.


Middle Tennessee

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5940 Campbellsville Road, Pulaski 38478

You can find Peaches, Blackberries, Blueberries and more at Giles County's most extensive u-pick orchard.

As of July 10th, they still have plenty of Blueberries to pick. Blackberries are slowly coming in now and should be plentiful by next week, July 17th.

The Orchard is open on Saturdays from 7am - 3pm and Wednesday - Friday from 7am - 1pm. Check their Facebook page for daily information.


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4452 Kinneys School Road, Cedar Hill 37032


They have everything you need to pick berries at this third generation family farm just north of Nashville. Currently, they have blackberries - they are super easy to pick and thornless!

They sell strawberries, blueberries, and melons at the Springfield Farmers Market.

Please call ahead before visiting the farm.


East Tennessee

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9912 Kenny Road, Powell 37849

(865) 705-2483

This small U-Pick Farm is located in Powell off of Norris Freeway. Berney Blueberry Farm has around 300 blueberry plants - with plans to add a lot more!

The farm is PESTICIDE FREE... Naturally grown with NOTHING sprayed on or used around plants.

No public restrooms available.


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(931) 248-4422 U-Pick blueberries and fresh blueberries also available for purchase.

Cash or credit card accepted.


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489 Summer City Rd, Pikeville 37367

(423) 447-7480

Gary Swafford Farms has a roadside stand that offers a variety of rotating fresh produce.

Call ahead for details about what they currently have in stock.


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4333 Kingston Hwy, Loudon 37774

(865) 816-9462

This pick-your-own berry farm is located just outside of Knoxville, near the border of Roane and Loudon counties.

They have a mix of over 20 varieties of southern highbush and rabbiteye blueberries that mature at different times throughout the summer. Because the berries ripen at different times, they post berry reports every few days to Facebook.

Occasionally they get 'picked out of berries,' so if you are not local, please check their berry report before visiting.

Honeys Blueberry Farm does not use sprays (e.g., pesticides) on their berries.

There are even a couple of picnic tables so you can pack a picnic and enjoy time in the fields!


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3345 Wears Valley RD, Sevierville 37862

Walk the vineyards or stroll the berry patches and hand-pick your own fruits. The fields have several varieties of grapes, muscadines, and berries. Pick your own fruits to take home to eat, make jellies, or even to try your hand at making your own wine at home. Morris Vineyard has Raspberries, Blackberries, Blueberries, Concords, and 27 different varieties of muscadines.

Keep in mind that the times can vary a bit year to year so give them a call before you come!


For more information about Things to Do in Tennessee, Visit Explore Tennessee With Your Family.

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