Pick Your Own Blueberries and Blackberries at These Farms Near Greenville, SC

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Ready for blueberry and blackberry season? We love picking fresh berries and filling up the freezer for this year’s blueberry muffins, oatmeal, blackberry cobbler, pies and more. If you’re looking for places to pick blueberries and blackberries near Greenville, you’ve come to the right spot. Here’s a list of local blueberry and blackberry farms in Greenville where you can pick your own.

Definitely check these farms’ websites, Facebook pages or give them a call. Farms will close early if they’ve had heavy picking, bad weather, etc. Additionally, many of these farms are small, family-run farms and they’ll let you know where to find them to pay for your berries. Sometimes they’ll have hours where they will be at a farm shed or store and other hours where you’ll need to stop at a house on the property. So it’s good to know where you’ll find the owners before you get picking.

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Where to pick your own blueberries

Arrowhead Acres

Arrowhead Acres Blueberry Farm is family farm with organically grown berries. They are open at first light and allow picking through 7:30 pm. Call ahead to check on blueberry picking conditions. You can also buy their fresh blueberries every Saturday at the Travelers Rest Farmer’s Market.

37 Bates Bridge Road, Travelers Rest
864.836.8418

Blueberry Hill in Travelers Rest

Set on a hill out in Travelers Rest, Blueberry Hill, has berries that haven’t been sprayed with chemicals. My family picked here and we found loads of extremely sweet berries. They open in mid-June for picking. Visit their website for their hours and days open as they may vary. $10/gallon u-pick

1323 Old Mush Creek Road, Travelers Rest
864.517.9594

Blueberry Hill in Greenville

Check out this no spray blueberry farm in Greenville. At Blueberry Hill in Greenville, picnics are welcome and restrooms are available. They plan to open for U-pick on June 15th.

222 Tanyard Road, Greenville
864.244.6999

Callaham Orchards

They sometimes run u-pick specials on their Facebook page; keep an eye out for them! You can pick blueberries in the summer.

559 Crawford Road, Belton
864.338.0810

Gentry Farms

Gentry Farms offers u-pick and pre-picked blueberries. They also have pecans and scuppernongs. Stay tuned to their Facebook page for information on blueberry picking.

369 Dials Church Road, Gray Court
864.230.3837

Happy Berry

The Happy Berry is well known to berry lovers. You can find them and their delicious berries at the Greenville Farmers Market, but if you want to pick your own, you’ll need to visit their farm in Six Mile. In addition to blueberries they also have u-pick blackberries. This is one of the bigger berry farms and they offer farm fresh eggs, jams and more in their store.

510 Gap Hill Road, Six Mile
864.350.9345

Rayburne Ridge Farms

Rayburne Ridge Farms has tons of blueberries for u-pick and they grow them with minimal chemical intervention. And they also have alpacas!

3922 Bethel Church Road, Laurens
864.230.5968

Mixon Farm

Mixon Farm has u-pick available for $10/gallon and we pick for $18/gallon.

121054 Highway 101, Gray Court
864.360.7064

Etowah Blueberries

Located in North Carolina just over an hour from Greenville, you can pick your own blueberries for $15/gallon at Etowah Blueberries.

6647 Brevard Road, Etowah, NC
828.577.9508

Pressley Farms

You have to make an appointment to pick your own blueberries at Pressley Farms in Hendersonville, NC. Call them to do so.

436 Pressley Road, Hendersonville, NC
828.674.5080

Where to pick your own blackberries

Fruit of the Spirit Orchard and Vineyard

Located a little more than an hour away in Hendersonville, NC and known for their three-bite blackberries, Fruit of the Spirit Orchard and Vineyard offers four varieties of blackberries across 10 acres. They also sell pre-picked berries.

756 Dalton Trail Drive, Hendersonville, NC
828.685.9102

Justus Orchard

One of our favorite apple orchards also has u-pick blackberries! Justus Orchard in Hendersonville, NC opens for blackberry season in early July. Half gallons are $10 and gallons of blackberries are $15. They are open Monday-Friday 8:30 am – 5 pm, and Saturday-Sunday 8:30 am – 6 pm.

187 Garren Road, Hendersonville, NC
828.974.1232

picking blackberries near Greenville, SC
Blackberries at Justus Orchard

BONUS: Where to pick BOTH

Obermiller’s Strawberry Farm

Obermiller’s Strawberry Farm, located in Hendersonville, NC, welcomes you for some mix-and-match blackberry and blueberry picking. Check their Facebook page in late June for information on 2022 picking.

621 All Star Lane, Hendersonville, NC
828.891.8841

Trick Creek Farm

Only an hour from Greenville, Trickle Creek Farm in NC does u-pick blueberries and blackberries for $3.50/pound.

3620 Highway 9 N, Mill Spring, NC
828.329.0989

Jeter Mountain Farm

With this season’s opening in late July 2022, Jeter Mountain Farm will open again for u-pick blueberries, blackberries, elderberries, raspberries, grapes, peaches, and sunflowers.

1126 Jeter Mountain Road, Hendersonville, NC
828.513.0404

Where is your favorite place to pick blueberries or blackberries?

About the Author
Maria Bassett is a former school orchestra teacher, turned homeschool mom. She and her husband homeschool their 3 sons and 1 daughter, who range from 4th grade through 9th grade. Believing children learn best when they are engaged and having fun, this family loves to take their homeschool on the road, around Greenville and beyond.

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Mary
3 years ago

Thank you so much for this information. I am going to tell my daughter so she and my granddaughter can.
They have picked strawberries but not blueberries. It’s fun to teach about healthy foods and where they come from.

And it sounds like you have an amazing family.

Debbie
1 year ago

My secret for picking blackberries….two milk jugs with tops cut off for a larger opening leaving the handle intact. Strap the two jugs on using a belt…I prefer one on each side of my body. Have one hand with a heavy canvas glove to hold and gather the “vines/canebrakes” and use ungloved hand to gather berries and drop in containers. Heavy jeans, long sleeves, socks and shoes with adequate bug/chigger protection and remove clothing and wash as quickly as possible. Hopefully where you pick will be bug free!!! ENJOY!

Bailey
1 year ago

FYI that Bar W is no longer in the blueberry business as of 2016. We had a member in our group call them earlier this week and learned of the closure. 😉 You may want to update the list so folks don’t keep calling them!