Delightful! Where To Go Blueberry Picking In Charlotte, NC (2024)

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Ready for blueberry picking, Charlotte, NC? We are berry excited (see what I did there) to find the best berries in or within a driveable distance of, Charlotte, North Carolina this summer. If you are looking for a great pick-your-own berry patch, we have a whole list for you to choose from. The berry season here usually starts early or mid-June, but you’ll want to keep an eye on the social media pages of all these farms as picking availability is highly dependent on the weather!

Blueberry Picking in Charlotte, NC

McLawland Farms

At this farm, you can pick your own blueberries, blackberries, and raspberries. They also offer pick-your-own wildflowers, two Airbnb’s on-site you can stay in, and a wide range of fun events. Berry picking season will start at the beginning of June and you must make a berry picking appointment before going. 

Address: 8632 Reedy Creek Rd  Charlotte, NC 28215
Cost: Check the McLawland Farms social media for 2024 pricing soon.
McLawland Farms Facebook

Wise Acres Farm

At this farm, you can pick your own strawberries, blueberries, and sunflowers. Your ticket includes access to the U-pick fields, playground, picnic areas, and more. You must make a reservation before going. Blueberry season and picking starts in early June with reservations available in May. 

Address: 4701 Hartis Road, Indian Trail, NC 28079

Cost: Admission is $2 per person (ages 3+) and blueberry pricing per pound will be posted on the Wide Acres social media when the season starts in early June. 
Wise Acres Facebook Page

TLC Blueberry Farm

At this farm, you can pick your own blueberries or purchase your very own blueberry bushes to take home and plant. Blueberry season starts in early June, but blueberry plants are sold in early spring and fall. They are only open to pick on Saturdays. 

Address: 3318 Greene Road, Monroe NC 28110
Cost: Blueberries are $4 per pound.
Follow the TLC Blueberry Farm Facebook Page for more details about opening day. 

The Ivy Place

At this farm, you can pick your own blueberries, strawberries, and flowers. They host many events throughout the year as well. Blueberry season starts in early June. They are open from 9 am to 5 pm every day. 

Address: 8603 Van Wyck Road, Lancaster, SC 29720
Cost: TBA
Follow The Ivy Place Facebook Page for pricing and opening dates.

De’Farm On Blueberry Hill

This farm features pick-your-own blueberries, mushrooms, and fun hiking trails you can enjoy. Their blueberry U-pick opening day is June 15th, 2024. They will be open Monday through Saturday 8 am to 11 am. You can make an appointment any day or time to pick after the morning hours. They recommend appointments for groups. 

We just love this pretty scene from the farm!

Address: 1489 Hopewell Church Road, Catawba, NC 28609
Cost: $26/gallon. Cash only.
Follow the De’Farm in Blueberry Hill Facebook Page for more details. 

Brushy Mountain Berry Farm

This farm offers U-pick blueberries in early June. They are open Wednesday through Saturday from 8 am to 6 pm. 

Address: 7493 NC Highway 16 S, Moravian Falls, NC 28654
Cost: TBA
Follow the Brushy Mountain Berry Farm Facebook Page for more details on pricing.

Bush-N-Vine York Stand (The Farm)

This farm offers U-pick blueberries, strawberries, a hiking trail, and a playground area. Blueberry season starts here in May and runs until July. They are open Monday through Friday 8 am to 6 pm, Saturdays 8 am to 5 pm, and closed on Sundays. You can also purchase pre-picked berries here.

Buch-N-Vine also has tasty ice cream. We test these things out you know, all the in the name of research, of course. In the summer you’ll also find delicious peaches!

Bush N Vine orchard in York, South Carolina

Address: 1650 Filbert Hwy, ​York, SC 29745
Cost: $3.50/pound.
Follow the Bush-N-Vine social media for more details. 

Campbells Berry Farm

This farm features U-pick blueberries. Their blueberry season will start in June. They are open Monday through Saturday 7 am to 7 pm and on Sundays from 1 pm to 6 pm. 

Address: 27 Tracy Bolick Lane, Hickory, NC 28601
Cost: TBA
Follow the Campbells Berry Farm Facebook Page for more details on opening day and pricing. 

Keep following along as blueberry season approaches so you’re the first to know where to go!

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Jordan Burchette is a freelance writer, homeschooling mom of two kids, and resident of beautiful Knoxville, Tennessee. She recently self-published her debut romance novel, Finding Love Again in Music City. In her spare time, she enjoys drinking coffee, adventuring in Knoxville, working out, and spending time with friends and family. Follow along with her on Instagram @thelifeofjordannoel.

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