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Georgia's Strawberry Festivals

  • Strawberry Festival at The Rock Ranch

    The Rock Ranch

You already know the best places to pick strawberries in Georgia, but do you know which cities are home to the best strawberry festivals?

Reynolds

The Georgia Strawberry Festival is a family-friendly event running April 28, 2018. It will feature a 5K run, children’s parade, live musical entertainment, a fire truck pull, dachshund races, arts and crafts sale, vintage tractor show, lawn mower races and more. Admission is free. 

The Rock

Head to The Rock Ranch near Barnesville to enjoy the 8th Annual Strawberry Festival on April 21, 2018. In addition to The Rock Ranch’s usual lineup of attractions, the event boasts pick-your-own strawberries, visits with Strawberry Shortcake and the Strawberry Princess, strawberry ice cream for sale, and a variety of strawberry-centric food such as cake pops and shortcake kabobs for sale. There is a $13 admission fee. Group discount is available. 

Oxford

Strawberries at Mitcham Farm in Oxford, Georgia
Strawberries at Mitcham Farm in Oxford, Georgia

Middle Georgia is home to the annual Strawberry Festival at Mitcham Farm, slated for April 28, 2018. The event features pick-your-own strawberries, pre-picked strawberries, specialty strawberry-centric food items for sale, craft vendors, live music, hayrides, and a farm animal viewing area. Admission is $2 per person.

Alto

Jaemor Farms strawberries
Jaemor Farms strawberries

Jaemor Farms hosts its annual Strawberry Festival in May 2018, complete with pick-your-own strawberries, a strawberry cook-off, local vendors, a mobile dairy unit, shopping and more. The event is free to attend. No pets are allowed. 

Calhoun

Strawberry Festival at Payne Farm & Produce in Calhoun, Georgia
Strawberry Festival at Payne Farm & Produce in Calhoun, Georgia

Payne Farm & Produce hosts its annual Payne Farm Strawberry Festival on May 12, 2018. Spend the day touring the farm, go on hayrides, visit the petting barn, shop arts and crafts vendors, and enjoy live entertainment while the kids enjoy inflatables, barrel trains and story time. Plus, there will be the opportunity to pick your own strawberries. Admission is $7 per person. Mothers get in free in honor of Mother’s Day. Children under two receive free admission.

Eileen Falkenberg-Hull

Eileen is Georgia’s official Festival Explorer and the editor of Occupy My Family, the Atlanta area’s most comprehensive resource for family fun. Click here for more Festival content from Eileen.

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