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Where to Go Berry Picking

Posted by admin on June 28, 2019
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A favorite activity during spring and summer in the south is to go berry picking. It is a time to unplug, enjoy the breeze from the farm and find fresh produce to snack on or bake with. Berries are great for smoothies, too! Whether you are looking for a fun summer date or an activity for the whole family to enjoy, berry picking is an affordable and memorable way to go. There is no shortage of farms around the CSRA for your berry picking journey! Check out some of our favorites. 

 

Blue House Farm 

Address: 279 Old Blythe Road, Harlem, Georgia

Hours: 8:00am-1:00pm Tuesday-Saturday, also 4:00pm-7:00pm Fridays and Saturdays, weather permitting. 

At Blue House Farm, picking buckets are available but visitors are welcome to bring their own buckets or containers as well. Closed-toe shoes are recommended. 

 

Gurosik’s Berry Plantation

Address: 345 Briggs Road, North Augusta, South Carolina

Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00am-7:00pm, Saturday 8:00am-6:00pm, Sunday 1:00pm-6:00pm

Buckets are provided for picking at Gurosik’s. Remember to bring cash or a check for bucket purchases as they are not able to accept cards. 

 

Mountain View Blueberry Farm

Address: 230 Mountain View Road, Batesburg, South Carolina

Hours: Saturday and Sunday from 8:00am-5:00pm

Mountain view offers pre-picked gallons of blueberries for $20 or you can pick them yourself for $15. There is also a picnic area, so bring a sack lunch and take a break in the middle of picking to enjoy a meal on the farm! 

 

Be sure to take pictures to capture the memory of a berry picking excursion, but leave the rest behind and take in every moment! It’s the perfect getaway to keep you from mindlessly scrolling on the couch, and you’ll end up with some yummy ingredients afterwards. Don’t forget the sunscreen when you go, too!

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