Best U Pick Farms in Tri-Cities TN: Johnson City, Kingsport, Bristol and Beyond!

A visit to one of these amazing u-pick farms is just what you need to liven up your summer. Not only will you make great family memories picking fresh-off-the-vine produce, but you will also be supporting a local farmer!

Pick-your-own farms also help kids make the connection between farming and the food on their table. When you’re buying berries at the grocery store, the farm is a distant thought. When you pick berries at a patch, kids can really see the true meaning of farm-fresh produce!

U-Pick Farms in Tri-Cities TN

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Best U-Pick Farms in Tri-Cities TN

Apple Hill Orchard

600 Eskola Lane, Treadway, TN 

Apple Hill Orchard offers a wide variety of apples, all available for pick-your-own.

Buffalo Trail Orchard

910 Ottway Rd, Greeneville, TN
(423) 639-2297

Buffalo Trail Orchard offers a variety of apples, blueberries, blackberries, raspberries, and peaches for picking. They also offer pick-your-own pumpkins in the fall. Don’t forget a stylish basket to help transport your fruit back home.

The Davidson Farm

933 Carters Valley Road, Rogersville, TN
(423) 345-2704

U-Pick crops at this farm include strawberries and pumpkins.

In addition to u-pick strawberries, The Davidson Farm also offers pre-picked peaches and a pumpkin patch in the fall. Know before you go: teach the kids all about growing strawberries with this fun book From Seed to Strawberry.

Friendly Farm

1104 Rebel Hollow Rd, Tazewell, TN 
(865) 247-1874

Friendly Farm’s website primarily advertises for their animal festivals, but they do actually offer a variety of pick-your-own crops.

Past crops have included strawberries, blackberries, and miscellaneous produce. Since they don’t have the info listed on their website, you will have to call for availability.

Gibson Berry Farm

375 Kelley Gap Rd, Greeneville, TN
(423) 620-9032

This blueberry farm is one of the few that is certified organic. In addition to blueberries, the farm offers flowers, herbs, elderberries, and prepared elderberry syrup,

Glenmary Gardens

224 Old Abingdon Hwy, Bristol, VA
(276) 644-4999

In addition to u-pick and pre-picked strawberries, Glenmary’s Garden offers a variety of fresh vegetables throughout the growing season.

Top U-Pick Farms in Tri-Cities TN and Surrounding Areas

Henley Mountain Farm

879 Matney Flats Road, Wytheville, VA
(276) 782-5184

This u-pick farm specializes in blueberries.

Morley Farm and Orchard

611 Sluder Road, Shady Valley, TN
(423) 739-3647

This popular blueberry farm is an area favorite! They provide picnic tables so you can pack a lunch and make a day of it!

Red Dog Ridge Farms

1267 Burem Road, Rogersville, TN
(423) 742-6399

This chemical and pesticide-free farm offers such a wide variety of fruit, you won’t be able to resist a visit! This farm has u-pick apples, blackberries, blueberries, peaches, and raspberries.

This farm has the same owners as the Red Dog on Main restaurant in downtown Rogersville. If you can’t get ahold of anyone about the farm, call the restaurant instead.

Villa Nove Vineyards

1877 Dry Hill Road, Butler, TN
(423) 768- 3633

While primarily a wedding venue, this farm offers pick-your-own blackberries at the end of July. Call to confirm that the berries are ripe, prior to coming.

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Erica is a long-time resident of East TN and the founder of East TN Family Fun. She's also a sucker for a good adventure. Together with her hubs and kiddos, she spends her time exploring, homeschooling, and making memories.

6 thoughts on “Best U Pick Farms in Tri-Cities TN: Johnson City, Kingsport, Bristol and Beyond!”

  1. Thank you for this! We’re moving from an area that is full of friendly farms that let you wander around to spend time with animals and plenty of PYO produce. One of the things we will miss the most.
    However Roan is no longer doing PYO .


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