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Chapel Hill Area BERRY Picking (U-Pick)

Editors' note: One of our favorite things about the Chapel Hill/Triangle area is the abundance of nearby farms to visit and berry patches where you can pick your own strawberries, blueberries, blackberries, grapes and more!  Berry picking is a fun way to spend a morning out in the fresh air, and children feel so proud and happy to be able to help with grown-up work - especially when fresh-picked berries are the reward!

Seasonal Strawberry Picking
Strawberry picking is fun for children and the whole family!
Usually in Season in the Chapel Hill area around late April through May.


Waller Family Farm, 5030 Kerley Rd., Durham, NC  27705.  Pick your own strawberries (or buy pre-picked)!  A fun activity for the whole family.  (Located just a few minutes away from the shopping center at New Hope Commons and Patterson Place. That's right, Chapel Hill/Durham mamas & papas: it's just a few minutes from Starbucks. (Very convenient!) : )  From New Hope Commons on 15-501, take Mt. Moriah Rd. to Erwin; left on Kerley; Waller Family Farm is at the intersection of Mt. Sinai and Kerley Rd.)

U-pick strawberries and pre-picked strawberries available during the strawberry season at Waller Family Farm - yum! Call before you go for availability updates.
(919) 225-4305

Read our Blog: Strawberry Fields Forever!

at Waller Family Farm in Durham, NC

Strawberry Picking at Jean's Berry Patch

Jean's Berry Patch, 3003 NC Hwy 751, 9.5 miles south of I-40 on the left (at intersection with Lewter Shop Road), Apex, NC 27523.  Seasonal strawberry picking at its best! Pick your own or buy pre-picked.  A fun activity for the whole family.

During the Strawberry Season call (919) 362-5800 for more info before you go to ensure there are ripe berries available for picking. They also offer pre-picked, but call before you go for a daily availability update.
(919) 362-5800

Hunt's Strawberries, 4505 Watkins Rd., Raleigh, NC  27616.Call first for availability.
(919) 266-1619

Lee Farms (contact: Jimmy Lee)
1878 NC Hwy 42, Moncure, NC 27559
919) 776-2500

Logan Farms (contact: Bill and Daniel Logan)
110 Logan Farm Lane, Sanford, NC 27330
(919) 776-1898
2009 Hours: Monday-Saturday, 7:30 a.m. til 7:00 p.m. (call first)

Lyon Farm Strawberries, 5 minutes north of Durham, Exit 186A off I-85, follow the signs. Strawberry picking from Spring through mid-June.  Kids will also enjoy feeding the goats!  Have a strawberry picking birthday party on the farm (children can pick berries, feed the goats, have ice cream and cake in the picnic area.  $4.50 per child includes quart container of berries).
(919) 528-3263.

Whitted Bowers Farm, certified organic and biodynamic strawberries

8707 Art Rd., Cedar Grove, NC Enjoy picking organic & biodynamic strawberries at Whitted Bowers Farm, 10 miles north of Hillsborough, NC at Whitted Bowers Farm.
Call before you go for updated availability info.

Editor's note: Read more about Whitted Bowers Farm in this Saturday Evening Post article (March/April 2012):

Check the website for hours and updates:
Strawberry picking updates
(919) 732-5132.

Seasonal Blueberry Picking - (NC Season July - mid August)

Let's Go Blueberry Picking!

Blueberry picking is a fun activity for the whole family and gives children a hands-on experience of nature and the delicious fruits of nature!  CALL FIRST to check on berry availability and conditions.  Some self-pick farms establish specific days and hours; others offer hours by appointment only.


Patchwork Berry Farm - Chapel Hill, NC!
1575 Old Lystra Road, Chapel Hill NC
Patchwork Berry Farm is located VERY conveniently a hop and a skip from Chapel Hill!
Their blueberry picking season normally starts in the middle of June and ends mid to late July (depending on weather/conditions, picking season can be earlier or later). They have three varieties of blueberry in cultivation: Premier, Climax, and Tiff Blue. They don't spray their blueberries with anything but water, and they encourage blueberry pickers to sample while you pick to find the sweetest berries. Sweet!


Nice Berries and Philoxenia (organically grown Blueberries) - Two Patches run by different owners in same location - Blueberry Picking in Hillsborough, NC

Nice Berries

Cedar Grove (fka Blueberry Hill / Philoxenia) (patch on the front left-hand side) (original berry patch operated for the benefit of the Human Kindness Foundation), 8411 NC Hwy 86, Cedar Grove, NC  27217

Nice Berries 8411 NC Hwy 86, Cedar Grove, NC  27217 (patch on the right-hand side as you enter, ALSO Nice Berries are on the BACK of the left-hand side - behind Cedar Grove on the left-hand side are MORE Nice Berries blueberries.  Signs are clearly marked. 

*** Be sure to pick in the correct patch so that you can pay the right people for the berries you picked.

Located 11 miles outside of Hillsborough directly on Hwy 86 - look for All Natural Blueberries sign (the sign is easy to miss - be on the look-out).  (Take 86N through Hillsborough - continue through Churton St.and continue on as Churton St. turns back into HWY 86 (North on HWY 86) for @ 11 miles past the intersection of 86N and the Hwy 70 Bypass in Hillsborough.  You will see "Pope's Tires" on your right.  Continue 100 yards and take a right at the Blueberry Sign into the driveway.  Park and pick from either the berry patch on the left - Cedar Grove; or on your right - Nice Berries.Pick the ORGANICALLY BERRIES (picking buckets are in the kiosk stand), then weigh them and pay for them at the kiosk stand (honor system).  $2 a pound!!  (Prices may be subject to change.) What a great deal for organically farmed blueberries.

Beginning around mid-July through August (sometimes through September - depending on the year's crop), the Blueberry Hill blueberry patch is expected to have an abundance of wonderful, delicious, organic blueberries.  (Blueberry Hill sold nearly six tons of delicious organic blueberries back in 2005 - a great yield for a two-acre patch!)

Interesting Local History: About the Human Kindness Foundation (previous operators of the blueberry patch outside Hillsborough)  If you wish to continue supporting the work of Human Kindness Foundation, please visit their website catalog to see the books, CDs, tapes, videos, t-shirts, stained glass, artwork and other items they sell to support the Foundation.  If you aren't familiar with the Human Kindness Foundation or its founder, spiritual teacher Bo Lozoff, take a look at the their website.  Children's icon Fred Rogers (of Mr. Roger's Neighborhood fame) was greatly impressed with Foundation founder Bo Lozoff, and in speeches Fred Rogers often named among his heroes Ghandi and Bo Lozoff.  When he passed away in February 2003, Rogers left a sizeable bequest to Mr. Lozoff in his will in support of the Foundation's work.  The Dalai Lama also is an admirer of Mr. Lozoff, and wrote the foreword to Mr. Lozoff's book, It's a Meaningful Life: It Just Takes Practice (Viking).  Of Mr. Lozoff's book, the Dalai Lama said, ""Anyone of any faith, or none, can benefit from the universal ideas and realistic advice in this book."

Herndon Hills Farm - Durham - Pick your own Blueberries, Blackberries and Muscadine Grapes (or buy pre-picked) --  This beautiful family farm is located a stone's throw from Southpoint Mall but feels like a rural retreat.
7110 Massey Chapel Rd. / Barbee Rd., Durham, NC  27713 Herndon Hills Farm has run a pick-your-own-farm since 1987 (and the farm has been home to the Herndon family since the late 1700's.)  Call before visiting for hours and availability.
(919) 544-3313

Call (919) 544-3313 for hours and daily update.

FYI - In past years, picking ended by July 31st, when all of the blueberries and all of the blackberries were gone for the year.  Muscadine grapes were available in August in some years.  Picking season changes due to weather/growing conditions so call before visiting for hours/availability.

Directions: To get to the Herndon Fills Farm from I-40, take the Fayetteville Road exit (Exit 276) and go south. Take the first left on Herndon Road. Go 1/2 mile. Take a right on Barbee Road. Go 1/4 mile to farm on right.


MORE BLUEBERRY & BLACKBERRY PICKING Farms in the North Carolina Triangle
Faircloth Farm - 577 Gilmore Rd., Chapel Hill, NC  27516 
(contact: Nevida Faircloth)
Blueberries; No pesticides used.
Hours: By appointment only
Call before visiting for hours and availability.
(919) 967-2131

[FYI - In prior years, as of the end of July blueberries typically were picked down, and available into first week or so of August.  (Call to make an appointment for picking.)]
As always for berry picking, CALL FIRST to check on berry availability and conditions.  Some self-pick farms establish specific days and hours; others offer hours by appointment only.

Ayrshire Farm (contact: Bill Dow)
Pittsboro, NC
Pick your own Blueberries
Hours: By appointment only
No pesticides used

Busy Bee Farm (contact: John Strickland)
1092 Dewitt Smith Rd., Pittsboro, NC
Pick your own blackberries and blueberries
Hours: Closed Wednesday and Thursday but open every other day at 8:00 am. Please call for picking conditions prior to coming.

Powell Farm (contact: Rori Powell)
175 Bonsal Crossing, New Hill, NC 27562
Hours: Monday-Saturday
anytime (call first for availability)

N.C. Farm Tour / State Directory of Agritourism
Browse by location to find farms close to home or near your vacation destination; also browse by category to find petting farms, pumpkin patches, Christmas tree cutting, and more.
Berry Picking Tips:  Don't pick your berries into a deep container, as the weight of the berries on top could damage the berries underneath.  It's a good idea to pick your berries into low-sided containers or fill lots of small containers.

Berry Handling Tips:  Always handle berries very gently, keep them dry and refrigerate them, and don't wash them until you are ready to use them.  (Wash gently!)  If you have some mushed/wet berries among your fresh-picked berries, pick them out as they can cause the other berries to go bad quickly.  Also, do not wash berries before freezing them; instead, freeze them straight from picking, and then wash them only after thawing, right before you use them. 

NC Farm Trivia:  April/May is the beginning of the season for North Carolina strawberries, peaches, cabbage, greens, snap beans, and sweet potatoes.  In the Chapel Hill area, the season for blueberries typically begins in July (this year, probably mid-July).
MORE NC PICK-YOUR-OWN:  In addition to our listings below, see for more Pick-Your-Own options throughout the NC Piedmont area (listed by County).

Chapel Hill Area Blueberry Picking
Delicious Blueberries - late Summer


Hanover Park Vineyard (further afield in Yadkinville, NC around 1 1/2 hours from Chapel Hill)
1927 Courtney-Huntsville Rd., Yadkinville, NC  27055.
Come see lots of Fall activity in the vineyard!  Bring the family to explore the vineyard and have a picnic beside the 1897 farmhouse under the shade of the old oak trees.  Interesting trivia: Hanover Park Vineyard is the first bonded winery established in Yadkin County since prohibition.  Hours:  Thursday, Friday and Saturday, 12-6; Sunday 1-5.  Directions:  I-40 to exit 170 onto US-601.  Go North 9.8 miles.  Turn right onto Courtney-Huntsville Rd.  The vineyard is one mile on the left.
(336) 463-2875.

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Farmers' Markets and Arts & Crafts Markets
Carrboro Sunday Arts & Crafts Market
2nd and 4th Sunday of each month (April - December), 1-5pm 
Next to the Carrboro Town Hall at the Carrboro Town Commons
Contact:  Sally Bond, (919) 929-3986.


Carrboro Farmers' Market, Town Commons, 301 W. Main St.

Carrboro Saturday Farmers' Market is held on Saturdays, 7 a.m. - 12 noon
next to the Carrboro Town Hall at the Carrboro Town Commons.  (Not held in Winter.)

Carrboro Wednesday Farmers' Market is held on Wednesdays from 3:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.
(Not held in Winter.)


Fearrington Farmers' Market
"Growers Only" Market, Open Rain or Shine!
Fearrington Village, Hwy. 15/501, Pittsboro, NC
Open April - November on Tuesdays, 4:00 p.m. - early evening


Hillsborough Farmers' Market
Open Saturday mornings in the CCB parking lot downtown on N. Churton Street and Wednesday afternoons in the Sherriff's Dept. lower lot on E. Margaret Lane. 
(Not held in Winter.)


Pittsboro Farmers' Market
Chatham County Fairgrounds, Pittsboro, NC
Open April-November Thursdays, 3:30-6:30 p.m.


Southern Village Farmers' Market
Held in Southern Village (off of 15-501) across from the Lumina Theater.  Directions.
(Not held in Winter.) Thursdays, 3:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.


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Click to see the CHillKids list of festivals and other events.
Below are highlights from our Year-Round Fun Guide:

Patterson's Mill Country Store
5109 Farrington Rd., Chapel Hill, NC  27514.  (Between Hwy. 54 and Old Chapel Hill Road)
(919) 493-8149.
Beautiful old country store serving the community in the same spirit as the original  Patterson & Company Store of the 1870's.  Patterson's Mill is a haven for those seeking a moment from an earlier age!  (You may feel as though you just walked into the General Store from Little House on the Prairie days!)  Contains some of the finest collections of mercantile American in the country, including a nationally recognized pharmaceutical collection and tobacco memorabilia collection.  The rambling store building houses a furnished early twentieth century doctor's office, early artifacts from the Patterson's Mill community, and aisle after aisle of memorabilia, much of which has remained in the same farming and merchant family since R.S. Leigh opened the store on his plantation over 100 years ago.  Admission is free.  Permanent collections are not for sale, but a large selection of local and regional crafts and many antiques and collectibles are offered for sale.  (Patterson's Mill also hosts a wonderful Christmas Tree and Greenery sale during the holidays.)  Visit website for days/ hours.


Poet's Walk at Ayr Mount
376 St. Mary's Rd; Hillsborough.
(919) 732-6886.

Open daily (year-round), 9am-5pm (till 6pm, Mar.-Apr. & Sep.-Oct.; till 7pm, May-Aug.). Lovely one-mile walking trail traverses woodlands and pastures along the banks of the Eno River, with views of the Kirkland family cemetery, the Indian trading path, and a pond that is home to a chorus of frogs.  (Dogs allowed, but must be on leash.)  The historic home is open to visitors (for a fee) during regular visiting hours.


Raven Rock State Park (further afield)
3009 Raven Rock Road, Lillington, NC 27546.
(Located an hour's drive from Research Triangle and 45 minutes from Fayetteville.  Directions.)
(910) 893-4888.
Take a picnic or go camping; hike down the trail to the Cape Fear River.  From the website: "Should the humdrum of the work week leave you with the urge to travel and explore, head to Raven Rock State Park. . . . The first feeling you are likely to experience at Raven Rock is one of renewal. Here, the forest reigns as each year the timeless cycle of growth further heals age-old wounds inflicted by man. Nature triumphs as plants compete in the stages of forest succession and the woodlands are restored. High above the Cape Fear River stands Raven Rock, its austere beauty a testament to the forces that have shaped the land. As the river below rushes to join the sea, nature's elements continue to shape the surface of this natural monument.  Spend some time at Raven Rock State Park and let nature refresh your spirit."

Umstead State Park
8801 Glenwood Ave. and Highway 70, Raleigh, NC 27612; Harrison Ave., Cary, NC
(919) 571-4170.

Nearly 5,400 acres of park land offers bridle, hiking, and biking trails, rowboat and canoe rentals, and camping facilities.  Call for information and/or reservations.  All programs are free.  Canoeing on Big Lake - Join a ranger at the Boathouse for a paddle around Big Lake; equipment provided; reservations required.  Check website for dates.


University Lake (OWASA)
Located two miles west of Chapel Hill next to Jones Ferry Road in Carrboro.
(919) 942-8007

University Lake ( operated by the Orange Water & Sewer Authority) is normally be open for recreation from March through mid-November. (Visit website for days/hours.)
Recreation at the lake includes canoe rentals, boat and electric motor rentals and fishing, plus a free picnic/sunbathing area. The lake is open between late March and early November. Lake tours available by calling (919) 968-4421, ext. 267.
West Point on the Eno Park

5101 N. Roxboro Rd. (US Hwy 501 North), Durham.  (919) 471-1623

This beautiful park is a great setting for a picnic along the river, and is the home of the wonderful Annual Eno River Festival in early July.  The park includes three historic buildings. Be sure to visit the West Point Mill (which you can view in operation, powered by the river, turning wheat into flour, and corn into cornmeal..  You can purchase the flour, cornmeal and grits produced at the Mill!)  Also see the McCown-Mangum House at West Point, and the Packhouse & Hugh Mangum Museum of Photography.  Open daily, year-round, from 8 a.m. - sundown.

From the website:  "This 388-acre park is located along a two-mile stretch of the scenic Eno River, six miles north of downtown Durham. You can enjoy a leisurely picnic and stroll around the grounds, or take a hike through the woods on one of the park trails. Feel free to bring your canoe or kayak and experience the beauty of the Eno River."


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Duke Lemur Center (Home of the "real" Zoboomafoo)
3705 Erwin Rd., Durham, NC
(919) 489-3364
The Duke Lemur Center is the home of more than 300 prosimians; visits by appointment only.  The Primate Center has a gift shop called Lemur Landing.  From the website:  The Duke University Primate Center houses the world's largest collection of endangered primates. The center specializes in "prosimians" -- lemurs and related species that evolved from the primate family tree long before monkeys and apes. Through conservation, education and research, the center is helping us to better understand and protect these remarkable animals."

Of interest to Zoboomafoo fans:  The Duke Lemur Center also is the home of "Zoboomafoo," the adorable lemur in the Kratt Brother's televised PBS show.  The real "Zoboomafoo" is named "Jovian," a young male Coquerel's Sifaka who was born at the Duke Primate Center.  (Jovian's mother was born in Madagascar.)  The Zoboomafoo production crew came to the Primate Center in September, 1997 and filmed there for a little over 2 months. Part of the set for Animal Junction was built inside Jovian's cage, and that is where they filmed the parts of the show where Chris and Martin are interacting with Zoboomafoo (Jovian).  (Martin Kratt received a BS in Zoology from Duke University.)  


North Carolina Aquariums (further afield at the North Carolina beaches in Roanoke Island (near Manteo at the Outer Banks), Pine Knoll Shores (near Atlantic Beach on the Crystal Coast), and Fort Fisher (near Wilmington and Kure Beach).  See listings below for addresses and telephone information.  The North Carolina Aquariums are three state-supported public education facilities (operated by the Department of Environment and Natural Resources) located along the North Carolina coast.  The aquariums feature lots of fun activities for kids and adults, including animal feeding time, meet live animals (pet a salamander, touch a living conch, pet a starfish; dialog with a diver (ask a diver about life under the sea as the diver swims around with the sharks and fish in the aquarium; explore the salt marsh, breakfast with the animals, coastal crafts, birthday parties, and even sleep with the fishes (groups can experience the Aquariums at night when they schedule a sleepover!)  The sea horse tank is one of our favorites, and the jelly fish are fascinating to watch, not to mention the resident octopus at the Fort Fisher Aquarium, and lots more!  The N.C. Aquariums also provide a unique backdrop for parties and special events.

- N.C. Aquarium at Fort Fisher (Amazing see life right before your eyes!  Watch the sea horses and pet the starfish.  Interact with scuba divers who answer questions from the audience while swimming around with sharks, fish, skates, and other sea life!)  Located on US 421 @ 15 miles south of Wilmington, just beyond Kure Beach.  From Southport take the Southport-Fort Fisher Ferry.  900 Loggerhead Road, Kure Beach, NC  28449.  (866) 301-3476.

- The N.C. Aquarium at Pine Knoll Shores (Closed for renovation & expansion! Look for reopening in mid-2006, including wonderful features like a sunken pirate's ship with sea life swimming all around it and much more.)  (Located five miles west of Atlantic Beach off Highway 58 in the Theodore Roosevelt Natural Area.)  P.O. Box 580, 1 Roosevelt Drive, Atlantic Beach, NC  28512-0580.  
(866) 294-3477.

- The N.C. Aquarium on Roanoke Island (Located at 374 Airport Road, off Highway 64 BUsiness on the north end of Roanoke Island near Manteo.)  P.O. Box 967, 374 Airport Road, Manteo, NC  27954-0967.  (866)332-3475.

For all three of the NC Aquarium facilities, the daily hours year-round are 9am to 5pm; closed Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's Day.

Visit webeVisit website for days/hours of operation. Memmbers of the NC Zoo get free admission at the NC aquariums, and vice versa, so bring your membership card with you when you visit the member facilities for free admission.


Western North Carolina Nature Center (Asheville, NC) (much further afield)
75 Gashes Creek Rd., Asheville, NC  28805.  (Buncombe County).
(828) 298-5600
See rare and endangered animals in many different settings at the WNC Nature Center.  The educational farm is a home to rare and endangered farm livestock, children can pet lambs and Angora goats in the petting area and watch the goats and cows being milked.  Predator habitat includes bobcats, mountain lions, red wolves and gray wolves.  Nocturnal hall features wildlife displays with owls, bats and flying squirrels.  The WNC Nature Center also has an otter habitat and the main exhibit building houses box turtles, timber rattlesnakes among many other reptiles and amphibians.  

Also check out the Annual Fall Family Festival featuring games, contests, music, crafters, food and other festivities at the WNC Nature Center in October.

Open year round (except major holidays), 7 days a week, 10am - 5pm.  (Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year's Day, Martin Luther King day).  Before you go, visit the website for updated hours/days of operation.

Above are just a few highlights from our Year-Round Fun Guide;
Check out our Year-Round Fun Guide for everything awesome to do with families in Chapel Hill/Durham/NC Triangle, and the NC mountains, beaches and beyond!

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