we went to the patch today and had loads of fun. My five year old son had a blast picking the blueberries and they were delicious. We plan on going back for the corn maze in October. Very fun and relaxing family activity, just don't forget the bug spray and wear comfy shoes. The owner was very helpful and friendly too. And they're homemade pies and slushies are to dies for. I definitely recommend going you'll have a blast
We go to the fruit and berry patch every year! We love going to pick fresh fruits to eat! They also have a couple of homemade dessert that are so good too! It is a great family event! The only issue we had was going in July, it is so hot that being in the sun picking fruits is not the best idea! So that was our fault! We will go in May next year!
I grew up in a farm in the Appalachian mountains, and we always had lots of fresh fruit and veggies from the garden and trees right in our own backyard. Because of this, I was excited to share a berry picking experience with my own children. We had a lot of fun, but were disappointed that the blueberries were very scant due to a previous hail storm. However, the paths were nicely cleared so we did not have to wade through weeds, and the blackberries were huge! We also enjoyed visiting with the owner, a very down-home gentlemen who was very friendly.
We love visiting the Fruit and Berry Patch in Halls. When in season, you can pick strawberries, blackberries, blueberries, peaches, apples, grapes, sweet corn, . In the Fall, they have a pumpkin patch, wagon ride, and corn maze for families to enjoy. There is a country store on the property that specializes delicious, homemade fried fruit pies, cider, a variety of apples and other fruits, apple chips, fruit slushes, apple butter, and trail mix. If you don't have time to pick fruit yourself, you can stop by and grab a basket at the store.
They have a make-shift petting zoo with goats and other smaller farm animals.
Visiting the farm is free, but rates will apply to hand picked crops and other events.
Be sure to get Farmer Fox to give you the talk about watching out for the poisonous berries along the fence rows...he's a hoot! They'll kill ya dead! =)