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Strawberry Picking in the CSRA

strawberry picking in the csra

Strawberry Picking in the CSRA

Flowers aren’t the other thing getting picked this Spring season, it’s time for strawberries! If you are looking for a great activity to do with your kiddos, take them out to the farm and pick some berries. There are some great places around town to pick what my daughter calls “Scrawberries”! 

Gurosik’s Berry Plantation

http://www.gurosiksberryplantation.com/
345 Briggs Road
N AugustaSC 29860

803-278-0594
Hours:
Monday-Friday: 8 AM – 6 PM
Saturday: 8 AM – 6 PM
Sunday: Closed

Crops are delayed due to the cloudy rainy weather. Harvest should be starting after Easter in early to middle April. It should peak in late April to early May.

Containers are Provided. Please see the website for rules.
Cash and Check Only

Prescott’s Strawberries

Business Facebook Page
2226 Gus Perdue Rd.
Wrens, GA 30833
(706) 547-3717

Hours:
8 am til 8 pm Monday-Saturday
Closed on Sundays

Season Will Open In April 
Cash or Check 
Please see their Facebook Page for pricing details.
The patch is a 45-minute drive from N. Augusta. 

Double Branch Farm

https://www.facebook.com/DoubleBranchesFarm/
4995 Double Branches Rd.
Lincolnton, GA 30817
229-392-1069
Hours:
Must call for an appointment time due to COVID.
Closed on Sundays

Season Will Open In April 1st
Cash or Card
Please see their Facebook Page for pricing details and ripening updates!
The patch is a 45-minute drive from N. Augusta. 

Sunny Day Farms

https://www.facebook.com/SunnyDayFarmsLLC/
6353 US Highway 1 N
Louisville, Georgia 30434
706) 360-5051
Hours:
10 AM – 6 PM

Season Will Open In April 
Cash or Card
Please see their Facebook Page for pricing details and for ripening updates!!!
The patch is a 53-minute drive from N. Augusta. 

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Tips and Tricks For Your Strawberry Picking Trip!

Before you go out, please be sure to check if the farms are open!
Sometimes farms will be picked out, too muddy, or they are waiting for more strawberries to ripen. It’s always best to check before you make the drive out.

– Talk to your kids about bugs…they may see a few when they are picking.
 
– Don’t leave the strawberries in a hot car. They may not even make it home…if the kids have a snack! 

– Put them in the fridge when you get home and don’t wash them till your ready to eat them.

– Keep your bucket if given one. You may want to head back to the farm and don’t want to pay for another bucket. 

– Your fresh berries should last 5 – 7 days. 

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